Rudi Giuliani pointed his finger at New York Mayor Bill de Blazio after videos appeared on Monday when people attacked the New York police officers by watering them, saying that this "will never be happened a million years ago when I was a mayor of New York
Cadres show individual cases of people in Haarlem who use buckets to spray and pour water over uniformed officers as the cops leave safely. De Blasio denounced the acts as "utterly unacceptable" and said, "We will not tolerate such disrespect." However, former Mayor Juliani believes that the presidential candidate in 2020 is part of the problem.
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"This is happening with disrespect for the police. It will only get worse until those left-wing idiots are defeated, "said Juliani on Tuesday morning, saying that the current" disrespect for the uniform "was the result of a Democratic Progressive (Regressive) Socialist mayor
. strong words on Monday evening on Angel Angel, saying that de Blasio "absolutely destroys the quality of life in this city."
Giuliani criticized the mayor in the past for increasing homelessness in New York City Juliani is known for reduces the number of people living on the streets "It is a disgrace, and even Democrats do not support and worry about it," Juliani added, maybe a reference to Blasius's low polls as he ran for the presidential nomination of the Democratic Party
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Patrick J. Lynch also called the city's leadership after the videos became viral. It is not the fault of these police officers. This is the ultimate result of the flow of bad policies and anti-police rhetoric that has been broadcast by City Hall and Albany for years, "Lynch said in a statement, adding that" riots control the streets and our elected leaders refuse to
from the videos it could be seen that someone could throw a bucket of an officer and hit him in the head when he seems to be in the middle of the arrest.
Giuliani warned. that crime will not diminish while the officers are in that environment.
"The way you reduce crime is to have police officers with high morals," he said. "This uniform must be respected."