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  • Former NYC Cop Dan Bongino To De Blasio: “Resign In Shame”

    Former NYPD Officer and Secret Service agent Dan Bongino says New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) should “resign in disgrace” because he has forever sullied his relationship with New York police officers.

    Bongino says Mayor de Blasio’s biggest problem is “ideological.”

    “He doesn’t have a policy problem. This is a man who believes in the advancement and trading of chaos, believes in the destruction of American institutions,” Bongino told Charles Payne Monday on Your World with Neil Cavuto. “He subscribes to an ideology that is so un-American. And if that press conference didn’t just drive that home, and, Charles, to double down on the embarrassment for this man, to blame the media, the New York City media, that has covered for this guy, the large majority of them, that was a humiliating experience and should be reason alone for this man to resign in shame tomorrow,” Bongino said.

    In the wake of the assassination of NYC police officers Wenjian Lu and Rafael Ramos, NYC cops made their feelings toward the mayor clear by turning their backs on de Blasio as he entered Woodhull Hospital on his way to a press conference.

    “I have a number of friends I went through the police academy with almost 19 years ago that call me and text me all the time and say that during these protests, ‘yes, we absolutely respect at the right to peacefully protest. No question.’ They were told basically to stand down, let them blow off steam, despite the fact, Charles, that there were people out there who were never interested in peaceful protests. They were interested in spitting in police officers’ faces,” Bongino added.

    Indeed, just two weeks ago, 22-year-old Yotameli Sayer was arrested for sucker punching two police officers in two separate protests in New York City. And just days before two NYPD officers were killed in cold blood, at the New York City “Justice for All” Sharpton march, protesters were heard chanting in the streets the following:

    “What Do We Want? Dead Cops!

    When Do We Want Them? Now!”

    There’s constant unrest in the street of New York City, much of the turmoil has been amped up by divisive rhetoric coming from Mayor de Blasio.

    After the grand jury decision not to charge NYC police officer Daniel Pantaleo for the death of Eric Garner, de Blasio blamed that ruling on “centuries of racism.” De Blasio made matters worse when he said he has spent years teaching his son Dante how to speak to and deal with cops because they pose a “danger” to him, being that he is a young black male.

    Dan Bongino was a New York City cop for many years, and he says the tension between the cops and Mayor de Blasio is like nothing he has ever seen before.

    “When I was a police officer we had some arguments with mayor Giuliani,” Bongino said. “It was never, and let me be clear on this, it was never about Mayor Giuliani not actually backing up his own police department. These were arguments about financial arrangements. These were never about a mayor who doesn’t believe in his own police department. These are, what I said when we opened up the segment, these are ideological differences, this man is unfit to lead.”

    petition aimed at forcing de Blasio to resign has received over 52,000 signatures since the murder of officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu.


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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