RIDICULOUS: Mayor De Blasio Defends Giving Freed Prison Inmates Gifts For Appearing In Court As ‘A Smart Policy’

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On Wednesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio came to the defense of a city program that critics say will reward criminal behavior.

The incentive program would give accused criminals – being released from jail under the city’s new cashless bail policy – things like New York Mets tickets and gift cards for showing up to court.

Critics say the program rewards criminal behavior, but de Blasio is optimistic the plan will work.

“In a world where we want speedier trials and we want the justice system to work, if small incentives are part of what actually makes it work, then that’s a smart policy,” he said Wednesday.

Read more at CBS News.

{Matzav.com}

6 COMMENTS

  1. Any New Yorker that thought it was “smart policy” to elect him in 2013, then again in 2017, has nothing to complain about – he is, and has been, doing his job (whenever he actually got around to it) about as close to what he promised during the campaigns as possible; liberal agenda all the way.
    Any New Yorker that thought it was “smart policy” to elect anyone with a beating heart other than him, has nothing to complain about – unfortunately, for you and the rest of the city, you have been outvoted. Twice. The vast majority of the city is so far Left, nobody cares about the minority conservatives anymore.
    Welcome to the 21st century. It’s going to be fun…

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