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Old Yesterday, 03:32 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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So why don't you move to Detroit or Chicago. They have all the murders you want.

I've seen what works, and I want it to continue. But the worthless democratic political machine found it could get power back by pandering to the criminal and welfare classes. And a lot of educated but still stupid professional class people bought the guilt trip that was thrown at them. Sorry, it's all bull$hit.
This sums up what's going on in this country perfectly.
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Old Yesterday, 04:50 PM
 
Location: Confines of the 101 Precinct
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So why don't you move to Detroit or Chicago. They have all the murders you want.

I've seen what works, and I want it to continue. But the worthless democratic political machine found it could get power back by pandering to the criminal and welfare classes. And a lot of educated but still stupid professional class people bought the guilt trip that was thrown at them. Sorry, it's all bull$hit.
Why should I move, I'm not the one complaining about anything

To the bolded above, you're one of those who think the criminals vote

You think the criminals are sitting on the benches like "A yo hold my beer I forgot today was voting day, brb"

"Yo that AOC, her policies are fly, straight up"

"yo son, what you think of Bill de Blasio in that first debate son?? you think he killed it or nahh"

LMAO

You think those suspects in Brownsville who did the shooting vote and follow politics?? Whats wrong with some of you, seriously

I raise an eyebrow at anybody who takes politics seriously anyway
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Old Yesterday, 04:55 PM
 
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I NYS criminals (ex-cons who are out) can vote (which is a problem, BTW.) I would think they'd vote in the same numbers as any other group, and more if they they like a particular candidate or think a candidate will do something for them.

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Why should I move, I'm not the one complaining about anything

To the bolded above, you're one of those who think the criminals vote

You think the criminals are sitting on the benches like "A yo hold my beer I forgot today was voting day, brb"

"Yo that AOC, her policies are fly, straight up"

"yo son, what you think of Bill de Blasio in that first debate son?? you think he killed it or nahh"

LMAO

You think those suspects in Brownsville who did the shooting vote and follow politics?? Whats wrong with some of you, seriously

I raise an eyebrow at anybody who takes politics seriously anyway
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Old Yesterday, 05:07 PM
 
Location: Confines of the 101 Precinct
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I NYS criminals (ex-cons who are out) can vote (which is a problem, BTW.) I would think they'd vote in the same numbers as any other group, and more if they they like a particular candidate or think a candidate will do something for them.
Do you personally know anybody convicted of a felony in NYS?

Here's the law because I don't believe that you do:

"In New York, the general rule is that you can vote after incarceration for a felony conviction while you are on probation, or once you have completed parole. In these cases, your voting rights are automatically restored, but you have to re-register in order to vote. You do not need any special documentation to register.

However, on April 18, 2018, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed an executive order restoring the right to vote immediately following release for most New Yorkers who are on parole after incarceration for a felony. Going forward, this means that the Governor’s office will review the information of each person released to community supervision in New York and will issue a partial executive pardon that restores each approved person’s ability to register and vote."

https://www.nyclu.org/en/issues/voti...ny-convictions

So some how or some way, prior to last April, you "thought" that felons were running to go re-register to vote after they got off parole

Hahahahaha
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Old Yesterday, 05:33 PM
 
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73 Pct - 12 People shot at Hegeman Avenue and Christopher Avenue

41 Pct - One male shot
75 Pct - One male shot at Linden Blvd. and Emerald Street
69 Pct - One male shot at 8413 Avenue K
106 Pct - One male shot at Dumont St and Sapphire Street
73 Pct - One male stabbed at East 98 Street and Lott Avenue
50 Pct - One male shot at 2704 University Avenue

Waiting for the DeBlasio sympathizers to chime in that:

"It's so much safer than 30 years ago!"
"DeBlasio has nothing to do with these shootings"
"It has always been like this"
"Its a large city and things like this are bound to happen"

Keeps protecting your inept Mayor who doesn't support his Police. This will only get worse. But don't worry, since these shootings don't happen in YOUR neighborhood there is nothing to worry about right?
Well, yes, those statements you mockingly post are pretty much true, except for the third.

But here are some statistics I pulled for you:

1990: 2,245 murders in NYC

1995: 1,177 murders

2000: 673 murders

2005: 539 murders

2010: 534 murders

2015: 352 murders

And for 2018: Down to 289 murders

So, keep in mind that, ignoring the momentary blips, averaging things out, I don't think you have much grounds for ranting about the mayor. By the way, were you one of the people who started complaining about him before he was hardly settled into office?
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Old Yesterday, 07:31 PM
 
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73 Pct - 12 People shot at Hegeman Avenue and Christopher Avenue

41 Pct - One male shot

75 Pct - One male shot at Linden Blvd. and Emerald Street

69 Pct - One male shot at 8413 Avenue K

106 Pct - One male shot at Dumont St and Sapphire Street

73 Pct - One male stabbed at East 98 Street and Lott Avenue

50 Pct - One male shot at 2704 University Avenue

Waiting for the DeBlasio sympathizers to chime in that:

"It's so much safer than 30 years ago!"
"DeBlasio has nothing to do with these shootings"
"It has always been like this"
"Its a large city and things like this are bound to happen"

Keeps protecting your inept Mayor who doesn't support his Police. This will only get worse. But don't worry, since these shootings don't happen in YOUR neighborhood there is nothing to worry about right?
On Saturday night there was another shooting on W158th St in Manhattan.
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Old Yesterday, 07:35 PM
 
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On Saturday night there was another shooting on W158th St in Manhattan.
Manhattan???
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Old Yesterday, 07:38 PM
 
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Manhattan???
Yes but it is uptown.
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Old Yesterday, 08:00 PM
 
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Yes but it is uptown.
Now that is not the kind of news I like to hear.
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Old Yesterday, 08:04 PM
 
Location: Confines of the 101 Precinct
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Yes but it is uptown.
I keep telling these cats

When I hear shootings like this in the good precincts them come call me

Then you know NYC is in the dumps

There was a time you had to watch it no matter where you went!

It is really not like that any more.
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