policechiefbratton Police Commissioner Bratton looks on while his department shuns the Mayor.

  • NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton blamed the protests for the murders of Ramos and Liu, telling NBC’s “Today” show that “it’s quite apparent, quite obvious that the targeting of these two police officers was a direct spinoff of this issue of these demonstrations.” He also conceded the mayor had lost the trust of some cops.

Bringing out the rage, then setting in motion the loser who feels that righting a wrong is a job to be done; burning inside to act like the animal he is. Societies drecks are in waiting for that instant to be triggered, to be set off to kill by the likes of Sharpton and DeBlasio. And so it did happen as scripted culminating in the deaths at point blank range of two brave policemen whose blood is on the Mayor’s hands.  A week ago chain pulling agitators unleashed a crowd of protesters on the police injuring several of them while the Mayor did nothing; he did not have the back of New York’s finest, in fact New York’s Finest do not have DeBlasio’s back.

Brooklyn Republican State Senator Martin Golden said police had become “targets of violence.”

“Our NYPD have become targets of violence, and this cannot be allowed to go unanswered,” he said in a statement. “The Mayor needs to act swiftly to ensure that members of the NYPD are safe on the job.  We cannot allow our fellow men and women in uniform to be targets of violence. The time for sitting on the sidelines while our city is torn apart is over. Its time for the Mayor and his administration to act.  When our police are victims, everyone loses.”

And another Staten Island Republican, Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, said in a statement the city had “descended dangerously close to turmoil.”

“It is well past the time for our mayor and citywide leaders to call for a return to order in our streets, and take a hard stance that that lawlessness and aggression towards police officers will not be tolerated. Extreme anti-police sentiment and public unruliness have been permitted to fester for far too long,” she said.

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