Thursday, December 12, 2013

De Blasio's New NYPD Commissioner Would Have Crushed Occupy Wall Street Like A Cockroach

John D. Signore

Bill de Blasio, NYC's new Trotskyite Sandinista Commandant, was an outspoken supporter of the Occupy Wall Street movement and many of the progressive values it espoused. He spoke at Zuccotti Park in October of 2011, and heralded the activists for dragging "the growing crisis of income inequality out into the light of day." He called Bloomberg's decision to evict the occupation in the dead of night "troubling" and said he would have let the protest "play out." His police commissioner, however, would have swept that park clean as soon as the first twinkle fingers hit the air.

Capital New York reports that incoming NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, known for his "broken windows" approach to law enforcement during the Giuliani administration, told a former New York City official that if he were commissioner during Occupy Wall Street he would have "cleared them out right away." And during a speech in Manhattan last year, Bratton bluntly stated that "You can't allow people to occupy public space." Here's exclusive video showing the subtext of yesterday's press conference:

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