Monday, July 24, 2017

DeBlasio doesn't want to see the homeless

From the NY Post:

Mayor de Blasio ventured into the city’s decrepit subway system on Sunday — but didn’t have to face the foul-smelling and often crazy vagrants that ordinary New Yorkers are forced to contend with every day.

That’s because police were ordered to roust all the homeless people from two stations ahead of the mayor’s four-stop press event as he rode from his Park Slope gym to his new re-election headquarters in Downtown Brooklyn, law-enforcement sources told The Post.

The rank and file had until 11 a.m. to prepare the Fourth Avenue/Ninth Street and Jay Street/MetroTech F train stations for the mayor’s brief, underground publicity stunt, sources said.

One source characterized the directive — contained in an email from the NYPD’s Transit Bureau — as instructing cops to “make sure nobody’s hanging out” so that the stations “looked nice.”

Another source said the mayor’s office notified police brass of his schedule ahead of time “with the expectation that the subway stations would be free and clear of homeless people.”

“It’s too bad he’s only interested when he’s going to get on the subway,” the source said.

“I wish he had the same attention to detail when he wasn’t on the subway. Too bad he doesn’t care about quality of life for all passengers and not just himself.”

A newsstand manager inside the Jay Street/MetroTech station was shocked by the noticeable absence of derelicts on the uptown A, C and F platform surrounding his kiosk.

“I see a lot of homeless people in a week — up to 25. On average five a day. Today, I have seen only one,” Ali Imtiaz said.


Anonymous said...

Mayor dumbdumb is SO out of touch with reality! Whoever voted for him is an even bigger dummy!

Anonymous said...

Typical progressive garbage, campaigns on being for the homeless, calls anyone that opposes homeless shelters a racist but does not want to actually see the homeless on his train trip, progressivism = humanity's cancer

Gary W said...


Vote Nicole Malliotakis. It's time to break the glass ceiling in NYC!

Anonymous said...

He's doing a good job of not having to see them, since he's shipping them to the Queens/Nassau border-- crap hotels in Floral Park and Bellerose, built exclusively for this purpose in the last few years. No homeless "services". No transportation. Nothing for them, but to wander around what were once solid middle class communities.

Anonymous said...

This sounds familiar. The NYPD picked up the mentality ill vagrants of Glendale before the funeral of Officer Ramos back in 2014. They were "psyched" for 72 hours and then released after the TV cameras went away. Typical of this Mayor's MO.

JQ LLC said...

Hysterical, what a flagrant display of scum and douche baggery.

so when De Faustio ordered for their removal, did the cops send them to any of Ratner's buildings to dwell in, a lot of those market rate units are still vacant.

And what is De faustio so afraid of the homeless for, oh that shitty generalization he said that they do it for fun.

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Anonymous said...

Hey, if the Mayor doesn't see them, they're not there. The homeless get shipped to Queens -- never in his neighborhood. Yesterday's ride on the subway was just a photo op. Nothing more. Notice he had his wife with him. His son is in College and can't campaign for him. His wife is the next best thing. He doesn't care about the homeless. That's why he ships them to the other boroughs and builds hotels to house them. No services, no job placement, just shelter. Get rid of the right to shelter law in NYC and the homeless will disappear. They will go back to the states where they came from.

JQ LLC said...

The thing about the sanctuary city law is that it should apply to every city and every state.

This should sound familiar to other states who don't want to account for the poverty their policies cause.

“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore,” she wrote. “Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!

Anonymous said...

Mayor Fugazio is a man of the people.

Joe Moretti said...

AND many of you will vote for the big white clown into office again. WHY? He is the classic hypocrite and limousine liberal, who is fine with shit as long as it is NOT IN HIS BACKYARD or on his subway ride as he ordered NYPD to round up all homeless on his recent subway trip.

This same bullshit was done when Mayor Big Bird paid a visit to John Jay College a few weeks ago, where he pulled yet another publicity stunt when he came to the college to make phone calls on as part of CUNY Citizenship Now offering legal advice to immigrants ( On 58th Street between 10th and 11th Avenue, where there is scaffolding, a group of regular homeless folks hang out all the time, the homeless were rounded up and moved from that location the day the Mayor came. OUT OF SIGHT OUT OF MIND.

When he came to Jamaica at Sutphin Blvd and Jamaica Ave last week for his clown circus Queens Tour, he made sure to only stay on the nice clean path, not venturing to garbage, homeless and all the other nonsense bullshit in Jamaica, while a few blocks away, a homeless crew in Rufus King Park had set up shot at the Pavilion and was drinking and cutting up drugs.

Anonymous said...

While having coffee I saw a homeless man trying to slip into a cellar through a sidewalk hatch. Luckily there was an undercover cop , who aimed a gun at his head, and told him to "lie down"!
Could have even been a lone terrorist planting a bomb in the basement. The location was on 9th AV across from Port Authority Bus Terminal. Aggressive panhandling has been increasing too.
One woman was followed 70 feet up a block by a hardcore homeless man demanding money.