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Rudy Guliani BLASTS Bill de Blasio for Surge in NYC Violence: “I could turn this around in a month”


Between Democrat politicians allowing violent protesters to run rampant and calling for the police to be defunded, we’ve seen a huge surge in violent crime across the country.

The prime example?

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s New York City.

The city has descended into chaos ever since the Black Lives Matter protests began.

De Blasio’s answer is to cut the NYPD budget by $1 billion and paint murals outside of Trump’s buildings!

Well, former NYC mayor Rudy Guliani has a harsh wake-up call for de Blasio.

Here’s the details from Fox News:

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani offered advice to current Mayor Bill de Blasio about what he should do to curb the alarming surge in gun violence.

Giuliani told “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday that de Blasio has “got to stop demeaning” the police.

“He has to stop saying things, that they’re racist and that his son is afraid of them,” Giuliani said.

Last year, during a Democratic presidential debate, de Blasio, a former Democratic presidential candidate, recalled the moment he spoke with his Black son, Dante, about what to do when being stopped by a police officer, The Huffington Post reported.

De Blasio’s son penned an op-ed in USA Today last year on his fear of police.

“The mayor has got to go into the communities and say, ‘The police are not your enemy, they’re your friends,’” Giuliani said.

“I went into those communities, not to harass Black people, but to save their lives and I saved more Black lives than any mayor in the history of the city,” he added. “So I think I know what I’m talking about.”

“I could turn this around in a month, one month if you let me bring back the cops that I want and the programs that I want, all of which have been held constitutional by the Clinton Justice Department,” Giuliani continued.

Watch Guliani’s appearance on Fox Business last month where he laid out de Blasio’s incompetency:



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