NYPD Searches For Man Suspected In This Heinous Hate Crime…Do Jewish Lives Matter?
(Tea Party 247) Youd never hear about on the mainstream media, but there has been a spate of hate crimes in New York City recently.
Commie Mayor Bill de Blasio, however, cares more about fixing up his little Black Lives Matter mural spitefully painted outside Trump Tower in Manhattan than he does about the 130% increase in violent crime in the city.
The mayor, who has had an antagonistic relationship with the NYPD for the whole of his tenure, has called for the NYPD to be defunded.
Hes pushed for bail reform that releases criminals right back onto the streets, even for violent crimes.
Hes vocally supported protests which turned into violent riots causing millions in damage on the streets of his city.
He did, however, deploy NYPD to an Orthodox Jewish funeral a few months back and threaten members of the community with arrest should they gather to mourn a deceased rabbi yet again.
His bail reform has released anti-semitic criminals back into the communities theyre terrorized.
He joined hands with Al Sharpton, who has a very problematic history of antisemitism including stoking riots in which a Jewish Orthodox man was killed, to paint the aforementioned mural.
And now, as violent crime soars 130% in the wake of the pandemic and widespread civil unrest in the city, a Jewish man has been severely beaten in the city where de Blasio is more concerned about empty virtue-signaling than keeping his citizens safe. Let alone moral consistency.
The New York Police Department (NYPD) has launched a search for a group of men suspected of brutally beating an Orthodox Jewish man and screaming anti-Semitic insults at him in broad daylight.
The alleged attack occurred on July 11th at around 3:00 P.M. near 2525 Kings Highway and East 27th Street.
CBS New York reported: When officers arrived, according to the NYPD, they learned the victim was walking home when three unidentified men in a car stopped beside him and started shouting anti-Semitic slurs. Police said the victim responded, before the men got out of the car, pushed him to the ground and punched him repeatedly.
The incident is being investigated by the Hate Crimes Task Force, who said that the suspects are believed to be between 18 and 20 years old.
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