De Blasio’s New York: Video Shows Teens Ridiculing, Insulting and Throwing Buckets of Water on NYPD Cops
Videos surfaced over the weekend showing out of control teens in Harlem and Brooklyn throwing buckets of water on NYPD cops as they were making an arrest.
This is Gov. Cuomo’s and Mayor Bill de Blasio’s New York — disorder in the streets while tying the hands of cops.
In one video, a teen in Brooklyn is seen pouring a bucket of water onto the police officer’s head as he calmly walked away. The officer did nothing to retaliate.
John Cardillo, a former NYPD officer said the video is disgraceful and enraging.
“Shame on Bill de Blasio to set thug coddling policing policies,” Cardillo said on Twitter.
NYPD cops are being insulted, ridiculed, and assaulted but know that if they use justifiable force, their Commissioner won’t back them.
This video is disgraceful and enraging. pic.twitter.com/Dim4ciW5ng
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) July 22, 2019
A second video shows teens in Harlem ridiculing cops and throwing buckets of water onto the officers who are making an arrest.
At one point, someone threw a red bucket at the police officer’s head and the officer didn’t even retaliate.
— NYC Scanner (@NYScanner) July 22, 2019
The Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York which represents over 50,000 active and retired police officers blasted the corrupt leadership of NY and asserted, “we need to draw the line.”
“We are approaching the point of no return. Disorder controls the streets, and our elected leaders refuse to allow us to take them back. As police officers, we need to draw a line. In situations like this, we need to take action to protect ourselves and the public,” NYC PBA said on Monday.
We are approaching the point of no return. Disorder controls the streets, and our elected leaders refuse to allow us to take them back. As police officers, we need to draw a line. In situations like this, we need to take action to protect ourselves and the public. https://t.co/iZSXmB6PBG
— NYC PBA (@NYCPBA) July 22, 2019