HT Carl Palidino
By Bob McManus December 9, 2014
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who once promised Al Sharpton a suite in his Albany office, says he wants to be New York’s deputy sheriff for racist cops.
Mayor de Blasio, wearing his distinctive just-fell-off-the-turnip-truck grin, goes on national television and says that he fears for his own son’s safety at the hands of the NYPD — as if he hasn’t been, you know, boss of the cops for almost a year and in the best position of anybody to do something about that.
The City Council, similarly empowered to make police policy but totally engrossed in the critical carriage-horse crisis, lies down on Broadway, chanting anti-cop slogans, as its contribution to the Eric Garner drama.
Roving flash mobs of the usual suspects — musty Occupy Wall Streeters, Stalinist bullies, adventuresome youngsters…
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