Predictably New York City Murder Rate Up, de Blasio Policies Taking Effect, People Shot up 90%+ In Manhattan

Predictably New York City Murder Rate Up, de Blasio Policies Taking Effect, People Shot up 90%+ In Manhattan

Murders are up 20% in NYC this year, and in Manhattan people being shot is up over 90%! It took about 6 months longer than this reporter expected, but now has happened.  It was so easy top predict.

Mayor de Blasio’s actions and policies are basically the same as what has destroyed Detroit and was destroying New York City before 1994.  He in certain ways worse, than the mayors of most failed cities, in terms of his anti-police bigotry.  And the police know it as you will see in the video below as they turned their backs on him in disgust at his bigotry.

NYC was a dangerous murder capitol in 1994, and then the citizens elected Republican mayors for 20 straight years.  The results were spectacular, NYC became one of the safest cities in the USA.  Mayor de Blasio is attempting to return NYC to the failed polices of 20 years ago.  Those policies are in effect today in murder capitols such as Detroit and Baltimore where the citizens have never tried anything but Democrat policies for over 50 years.  Detroit and Baltimore have some of the very worse murder rates in the world today.

The following chart shows the difference in murder rates between NYC, Detroit and Baltimore.

murdersByCityChart new_york_murders_20years

The above chart shows the amazing record of Mayor Rudy Giuliani at making NYC almost 4 times safer for the average citizen than when he took over.  Over 100 people each month have been saved from murder as a result.

Will de Blasio throw that progress away?


Murders are way up so far this year in Manhattan, The Post has learned.

Sixteen people were killed around the borough between the first of the year and Sunday. Over the same period last year, the figure was 11. That’s an increase of about 45 percent.

Shootings in the borough have also soared.

There have been 50 “shooting incidents’’ since Jan. 1, compared with 31 in the same time period in 2014 — an increase of about 38 percent. Some of these “incidents’’ involved more than one victim.

The number of shooting victims nearly doubled, from 33 to 61.

“City Hall better wake up soon,” a police source said. 



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