NY FIREMEN FLEE STATION After Cops Next Door Threatened by Black Guerilla Family
In George Bush’s America New York City firemen rushed in to the burning World Trade Center towers that were attacked by Islamist terrorists; in Obama’s America they flee in terror from Black prison gangs.
The New York Post reported Wednesday night that a fire station next door to a police station threatened by the Black Guerilla Family prison gang has abandoned their brethren on Christmas Eve, relocating a fire engine and twenty-five firefighters.
The move follows a drive-by shooting Tuesday night of a fire station in Jacksonville, Florida that slightly wounded one fireman.
In contrast to the New York firemen the Jacksonville firemen vowed to remain at their station.
Last Saturday two New York City policemen were assassinated by a Black gunman who claimed he was seeking revenge for the recent deaths of Black criminals who died while resisting arrest.
The Gateway Pundit reported earlier this week the FBI in Baltimore issued an alert that the Black Guerilla Family was targeting white police officers in Maryland.
An earlier reported threat by the Black Guerilla Family against New York City police was not deemed credible.
The current threat has been deemed very credible. SWAT officers have been deployed and firemen have fled.
An excerpt from the Post’s report:
“New York’s Bravest deserted the city’s Finest on Wednesday — abandoning a Brooklyn firehouse next-door to a police station that’s the target of a threat involving the notorious “Black Guerilla Family” gang.
“A fire truck and about 25 firefighters assigned to Engine Co. 222 moved out of its headquarters adjacent to the NYPD’s 81st Precinct building in Bedford-Stuyvesant, the FDNY confirmed.
““There are no threats against the fire department,” FDNY spokesman Jim Long said. “It’s just that that precinct and fire house are adjacent to each other. We’re just doing this out of an abundance of caution.
““We’ve relocated the engine to a neighboring fire house. We’re giving the police department the chance to mitigate the issue,” he added.
“Long noted that the decision was made solely by the FDNY, and wasn’t based on a recommendation from the NYPD.
“Two ESU cops wearing helmets and body armor — and armed with assault rifles — stood guard Wednesday outside the 81st Precinct, where the entrance was surrounded by metal barricades.
“Security was beefed up at both the 81st and 79th precincts Tuesday night after a confidential informant told cops about overhearing that the Baltimore-based Black Guerilla Family was plotting to “shoot it out” with cops there.”