Ex-NYPD Commish Kelly: Mayor de Blasio Made NYC ‘Unsafe’

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It is not just anti-policing rhetoric, there are direct policies from Democrat leaders like New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio that are forcing safety-fearing business and people to flee, according to former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly.

“There’s a feeling of unease,” Kelly told Sunday’s “The Cats Roundtable” on WABC 770 AM-N.Y. “People complain to me all the time: They feel unsafe in the city.”

Among the direct policies leading to the massive crime wave is the elimination of the “Anti-Crime Units” as pushed by Mayor de Blasio amid social justice reform pressure from the left, Kelly told host John Catsimatidis.

“I think that has been a major blow to crime fighting in the city,” Kelly said. “Anti-Crime Units are plain-clothes police officers who hunt the hunted. They’re out there looking for predators. They are addressing violent street crime.

“It has worked very well for years, but this mayor has decided to eliminate the anti-crime units.”

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  1. Sadly absolutely correct. We are desperate to see the mayor ousted from office. There are several places in our tefilos where we can have this in mind. We had that chance by Avinu Malkeinu, and we still have the brocho of Velamalshinim three times a day.

    Our other hishtadlus is in the voting booth. Every Democrat liberal is another curse upon us.

  2. So I guess the city was unsafe during 12 of the 13 years Kelly was NYPD Commissioner. Homicide rates under De Blasio are still lower than all but Kelly’s last year.


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