Bear in mind last week when Streetsblog took a lot warmth as a result of we had the temerity to ask Mayor de Blasio if his Trump-endorsing police pressure might be trusted to maintain the peace within the occasion of post-election violence?
Welcome to Saturday evening in Flatbush:
How the NYPD rolling up in Black communities as of late (on my block): “Trump 2020. Put it on YouTube. Put it on Fb…”
Aight MFers… it’s on TWITTER TOO! BI-DEN! ???#Vote #nypdfinest #bidenharris2020 pic.twitter.com/hmXdY8ivbM
— Brandon Okay Hines (@thumpio) October 25, 2020
The Daily News, Post, Gothamist and amNY (with one of the best headline) all reported on the President Trump-loving cop, who was suspended with out pay, in accordance with the NYPD press workplace (the Times had it, however buried in a distinct story about non-cop-related protests). Commissioner Dermot Shea referred to as the unidentified officer’s actions, “100% unacceptable. Interval.” (In fact, Sergeants Benevolent Affiliation President Ed Mullin, whose union endorsed Trump, defended the officer.)
So this cop is only one unhealthy apple of the 24,000 cops represented by the Trump-endorsing Police Benevolent Affiliation, proper? Perhaps, however different cops in Purple Hook had been caught on digital camera intimidating election volunteers who had been simply making an attempt to tell individuals about voting, as Gothamist reported.
In different information from a gradual day:
- The Daily News provided heartrending particulars in regards to the Higher West Aspect girl who was killed by a Revel moped operator final month — however didn’t grill the cops on why the reckless driver was not arrested for the dying.
- As we reported final week, the Principal Road busway goes to occur earlier than the portray season ends. (NY Post)
- Did you miss the annual “5 Borough Pizza Problem” yesterday? We did! (amNY)
- And, lastly, some private disastrous information for our cheapskate, retro editor. (Gothamist)
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