Monday, July 11, 2016

Rudy Giuliani has always been one that hasn’t pulled punches. It served him well when he was one of the most successful Mayors of New York City. When he took office, NYC was trying to get over the disaster that was David Dinkins and resurrect itself from the crack wars that created an environment where nearly 4,500 people were murdered in 1990 and 1991.

In contrast, with Michael Bloomberg keeping Giuliani’s policies in place as it related to law enforcement, there were just over 400 homicides in NYC in 2014. A remarkable change.

Giuliani has always been known as a “law and order” type and he didn’t waste time explaining what the Black Lives Matter movement is really about.

Watch his interview on Fox & Friends:

Look out. I have seen a lot of people excusing the Black Lives Matter movement saying the actions of a few don’t represent the entire movement. The media gives them cover, but did they do that for Tea Party Protests? I can’t remember….did people at those protests throw stones and shoot fireworks at cars?

Are there non-violent elements within the #BLM movement? Sure. But right now, the inmates are running the asylum and they should do something about it.

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