#NYPD: De Blasio’s Call for Peace is Too Little, Too Late VIDEOS

#NYPD: De Blasio’s Call for Peace is Too Little, Too Late VIDEOS

This morning New York City mayor Bill de Blasio urged a halt to ‘political debates and protests’ until the two slain NYPD police officers are buried. In a speech to the Police Athletic League in Manhattan on Monday morning, the mayor urged people to:

“put aside political debates and protests. . .” asking for support for the officers’ families. “That should be our only concern, how we support them. . .” De Blasio added that “. . . .an attack on all of us, an attack on our democracy, an attack on our values, an attack on every single New Yorker.’’

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In the words of the Saturday Night Live Church Lady:  “Well, isn’t that special!”

Former New York Gov. George Pataki slammed de Blasio over the weekend. Referring to de Blasio’s and US Attorney General Eric Holder’s support for anti-police protests — which included chants calling for the deaths of policemen — Pataki posted at Twitter that he was:

“Sickened by these barbaric acts, which sadly are a predictable outcome of divisive anti-cop rhetoric of Eric Holder and Mayor de Blasio.”

Co-host of Fox News Channel’s The Five, Greg Gutfeld also posted at Twitter over the weekend, saying that he has spoken to some very demoralized police officers:

“I talked with two officers – if you only knew how demoralized they are over the lack of support – that no one gives a fuck about them.”

While former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani felt that former Gov. Pataki’s words were an “overreaction,” he nonetheless vigorously defended the NYPD on Fox News over the weekend. Giuliani said:

“Police misconduct is a minor part of the problem. Community, serious violent crime is a much bigger part of the problem,” Giuliani said. “The people who are saving black lives in the city are [you] the New York City Police Department. I’m not doing it. President Obama’s not doing it. Mayor De Blasio’s not doing it. He’s not out at night walking down housing developments and trying to save children from being killed. Police officers are doing the most, right now, in these very very poor communities and sometime they’re white communities, but where there are black communities and police officers are doing the most to save the children that are at greatest risk. The politicians with this propaganda separating the community from the police, are doing something that’s shameful and they have to stop doing that. The vast majority of police want to help and the politicians’ rhetoric should reflect the truth, not propaganda.”

The former mayor wasn’t finished. Appearing on CNN on Monday morning, Giuliani held his own against two antagonistic morning show hosts:

“But I do think the mayor has some accountability here. He’s been participating in this hate speech against police officers for the last two or three months.

He’s allowed rallies to take place in which people were yelling and screaming, ‘kill the police, get the police,’ police officers have been attacked, police officers have been attacked with an axe, there’s been no significant action taken.”

Earlier today I found a moving article at Facebook posted on December 20 by the son of a police officer. It reads in part:

Imagine yourself, 13 years old, Christmas day. Your dad was executed 5 days earlier, assassinated, shot in the head at point blank range without a fighting chance. For what? For doing his job. For donning the uniform. For wearing the badge. For keeping chaos, unrest, and animosity at bay every single day. For serving an ungrateful and violent public.

Imagine yourself looking underneath the Christmas tree at a gift with a tag on it saying, “From Dad”, only knowing his funeral is next week.

Imagine your Dad being blatantly murdered at the hands of a crazed and radical individual, driven by media and political-instilled hate all because he wears a Police Officer’s uniform.

Now, imagine yourself, a newly wed, ready to get your life on track with the love of your life. 2 months of marriage under your belt and you and your husband are planning your first Christmas together as a married couple. While out Christmas shopping for him, you get a phone call saying your husband has been shot and is in the hospital fighting for his life, only to find out he’d died in his patrol car for no reason.

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Images like this will interrupt our holiday celebrations as the two families of Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu bury their husbands and father — two men who were just doing their jobs protecting NYC. Men whose nightly goal was, as the Facebook writer put it “. . .to come home safe to the loving, embracing arms of their families at home. That is it.”

And Bill de Blasio’s call to put aside “political debates and protests”? Sorry, Mr. Mayor. Too little, and much, much, too late.

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!

3 Comments
  • Appalled By The World says:

    So the idiot mayor calls for a halt on “protests” until after the funerals. What then? Will he be supporting another round afterward until they bring about a repeat of this terrorist act? I hope he enjoys the holidays with all that blood on his hands because the families of the 2 victims won’t.

  • “put aside political debates and protests. . .” asking for support for the officers’ families. “That should be our only concern, how we support them. . .” De Blasio added that “. . . .an attack on all of us, an attack on our democracy, an attack on our values, an attack on every single New Yorker.’’

    Mayor de Blasio, you cannot undo or take back the murders you encouraged in the first place. Resign.

    • Appalled By The World says:

      I like how he says “our values”. Who’s he kidding? These killings were a manifestation of THEIR values-the values of the idiot mayor and his fellow Lefties. Normal, rational and sane people have a totally different values system from them-luckily for them, one less violent at this point.

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