Il legislatore di New York strappa il sindaco Adams mentre il NYPD vede l'esodo degli ufficiali: Stop 'partying' and focus on crime

Il candidato repubblicano al Congresso Mike Lawler si è unito “Volpe & Prima gli amici” per discutere di come il crimine stia influenzando l'esodo.

“Ovviamente il sindaco Adams ha ereditato un pasticcio da Bill de Blasio, ma sfortunatamente, he really hasn’t been able to turn the tide here.

And I think more and more law enforcement officers, as soon as they can retire, are taking the opportunity to do so or if they could transfer to a department in the suburbs are doing so,” disse co-host Carley Shimkus.


Mayor Adams really needs to act,” Lui continuò. “He’s really got to stop spending his time partying and start focusing on the job at hand, and crime is number one.

According to data obtained by The New York Post, quasi 1,600 officers have left the force this year alone. That number has spiked by over 430 officers since the same time last year.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams in New York City, New York.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams in New York City, New York. (Photo by Jimin Kim/VIEWpress via Getty Images)

Sfortunatamente, finora, this mayor has spent more time partying than he has really cracking down on the issue a mano,” Lawler said.

And when you’re talking about record levels of inflation, the highest in over 40 anni, when you’re talking about supply chain issues like baby formula shortages, when you’re talking about crime, it really requires a serious level of attention.

I had high hopes for him, but so far he’s been a big disappointment,” Lui continuò.

Secondo i dati del governo, crime had spiked 44% in the Big Apple as of April, with repeat offenders prompting the surge.

The idea that somebody could commit a crime, be arrested and be put back on the streets within hours to commit the same offense or worse, It’s really outrageous,” Lawler said.

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