Another day, another sign of “tolerance” from the left.
If tolerance entails violently attacking women, that is.
Kathy Hochul, who was sworn in as New York’s governor after Andrew Cuomo abruptly departed, held a rally in which she dodged virtually all accountability for the crime-ridden state of New York City.
Naturally, protestors were present.
Less naturally, a female protestor was attacked by a violent individual who began choking her.
The victim, Angelica Torres, indicated to Viral News that she was peacefully protesting, something that the far left apparently can’t stand.
“I was here holding my sign, and … peaceful protest, against you know, [Governor] Hochul, and a woman – a very large heavyset woman, I’m assuming, you know, might have been a man – came and took my sign,” Torres remarked.
“Might have been a man.” Good point. As Dems apparently find gender highly offensive, it should come as no surprise that Ms. Torres was unable to clearly identify the gender of her attacker.
One thing is clear: She did not anticipate violence.
“Never wanted to get physical with anyone, I was just there peacefully – just holding my sign – and you know, they didn’t want to hear what I had to say,” Torres continued.
Of course not.
All forms of diversity are apparently tolerable … except diversity of viewpoints.
Torres also provided insight into the shocking attack to Fox News.
“I was very shocked and upset that I couldn’t express my opinions openly without violence. Crime and violence is a big issue in our city,” Torres asserted.
Needless to say, a maniacal liberal choking Torres certainly verifies the seriousness of that issue.
Furthermore, Torres is hardly the only one who feels dismayed by the massive uptick in crime.
Even Democrats have called out Hochul for her soft approach to crime, including her apparently approval of an East 126th Street “public injection site.”
Because allowing open drug activity to flourish is surely the path to prosperity.
Queens Democrat Councilman Robert Holden is certainly incensed, going as far as to accuse the governor of “ruination.”
“[Governor] Hochul opened up the floodgates to the ruination of the state when she signed laws allowing for open-drug use on our streets and subways. Instead of focusing on drug addicts getting the help they desperately need, she allowed them to feed their addictions while destroying the quality of life for New Yorkers,” Holden remarked in disgust.
Thankfully, Holden reveals the rather stark divide between moderate Democrats and the ultra-far left that have clearly hijacked the party.
You know, the types of Democrats that don’t endorse a number of terrible policies.
“Whether it’s this, cashless bail, Raise the Age [juvenile justice law], the [Humane Alternatives to Long-Term Solitary Confinement] Act, congestion pricing, and others, Kathy Hochul must be held accountable for the 14 months of destruction she caused New York,” Holden raged.
In fact, the Democrat is so fed up with Hochul’s nonsense that he openly announced his support for Republican Representative Lee Zeldin.
In comments to the New York Post, community developer Derrick Taitt also indicated his rage at the criminal state of affairs dominating the city.
“I almost hope a Republican governor wins, so that way they come and knock this all out. The Democrats have done nothing for us. Nothing!” Taitt declared.
Did you hear that, Biden? Or are you too busy calling protestors “idiots” in your typically unifying ways?
Even the fictional news media couldn’t let Hochul off too easily, as the level of crime has magnified to an extent that even Big Tech cannot suppress that reality (yet).
Stephanie Ruhle of the ultra-left MSNBC grilled Hochul on
“Okay, I’m gonna interrupt you then. Here’s the problem. We don’t feel safe. You might be working closely with Mayor Adams, you may have spent a whole lot of money. But I walked into my pharmacy, and everything is on lockdown because of shoplifters. I am not going into the subway. People do not feel safe in this town. So you may have done these things, but right now, we’re not feeling good. We are worried we could be San Francisco,” Ruhle remarked.
“[Republicans] are master manipulators. They have this conspiracy going all across America trying to convince people that in Democratic states that they’re not as safe. Well guess what? They’re also not only election deniers, they’re data deniers,” Hochul roared.
“Data deniers,” hm?
From COVID to crime, it seems that Democrats wouldn’t know what valid data is until it is literally spelled out for them like the ABCs.
Even then, they still may not get it.
Author: Jane Jones