Housing Inequity, Death And Tax Breaks: A Tale Of Two Queens Areas

Astoria Houses

Thanksgiving, the symbolic holiday where all beings partake in communal gratitude and partake in sharing of the bountiful harvest of food and shelter. But on the east and west sides of Queens, it’s a theory that’s as good as dead.

An apartment building at The Astoria Houses are currently without gas and tenants have been without heat and hot water for a month. Despite the typical dragging of responsive service from NYCHA management to restore their utility they pay rent for, elected officials have been comparably unresponsive. This craven indifference continued until it got the attention of PIX News and a visit from streaming independent news channel Status Coup when a charity group were serving trays of hot food on catering tables at the front entrance at the building with the gas outage.

Then a few days later, a non-profit organization Queens Together arrived tagged along by elected officials arrived to bring some charity of their own. District City Councilman Costa Costantidas, House Representative Carolyn Maloney and newly elected Queens Borough President Donovan Richards arrived with bags of food, PPE’s and 48 crockpots for all the tenants deprived of gas services from the city’s biggest slumlord NYCHA, who supplied their vulnerable residents with single burner hot plates for sustenance.

While crockpots are an improvement over the cheap ass hot plates the tenants it still an immensely poor substitute for action that’s expected from elected officials.Because after their cameo appearances the gas still remained shut down. That three of them showed up so late to aid their constituents in need and come by with crockpots to do a photo op instead of demanding accountability from NYCHA only validated how insignificant their presence was despite their status as lawmakers.

And these lawmakers were just as invisible when it came to the city’s policy for new development that still goes wanting by hundreds of thousands of residents; because a mere 5 blocks north from the Astoria Houses, de Blasio’s NYC Housing program is debuting and opened the lottery for their latest “affordable housing” building with one and two bedrooms with rents ranging from $2,050 to $2,500, all set up for a lucky person or couple earning between 70 and 130 large.

But the luckiest person or LLC who/that developed this tower got a nice 421-a tax exemption from the city for being philanthropic enough to set aside 20-30% of these apartments from this lux building for higher income earning housing starved folks. Who knows how much of the city’s largess went to this developer that could have went to a get a new boiler sooner at Astoria Houses. I bet it would have bought a lot of crockpots.

Even though those donated crockpots look nice, what are people going to do if the power goes out? Or if those crockpots are defective? The only thing Costa, Carolyn and Donnie and that foodie non-profit contributed besides marginal aid for the 48 tenants still without gas utilities were nice optics for themselves.(While Rep. Crowley above quipped that a “single-burner hotplate is simply not a solution”, a crockpot is barely an improvement either. The most they can do with them is be able to boil water faster to bathe and wash dishes with. It’s just another remnant of neoliberal based civic policies that are starving essential services for the vulnerable.

Meanwhile across the river in Flushing, an expansive swath of luxury hyper-development by a filthy toxic creek is being planned and vociferously lobbied and pushed by a Chinese real estate consortium, departing term limited councilman Peter Koo and tainted community board leadership who have a conflict of interest with the land grab (and will resort to violence and intimidation to get this approved) that the city is eager to fast track. It’s layout includes behemoth towers and hotels with a morsel of “affordable” apartments for the consortium to cash in on the sweet 421a break.


Even though a few other “affordable” luxury towers have already been planted and another in it’s nascent skeletal phase, presumably the developers and the city are all champing at the bit to get this done because they are building these towers to provide equity to low income earning people in desperate need for housing even if that amount is menial. It’s also to “revive” the neighborhood even though it’s one of the highest populated neighborhoods in Queens and arguably the busiest. Naturally this hyper-development that’s being steamrolled has been met with stiff resistance and frequent protests.

But it’s a lot busier on the low end these days in Flushing thanks to COVID19. With 20% of NYC citizens unemployed since the contagion claimed over 30,000 lives and suspended and destroyed small businesses since the first lockdown began in March, lines for a food pantry run by La Journada go on for blocks and blocks. And blocks. And blocks. These people might not have gas outages at their homes, but it’s clear they have to prioritize rent over food because of their existential economic stasis to keep themselves sheltered.

As for the non-sheltered, the homeless population in Flushing as well as most of Eastern Queens continues to amass. Although the city Department Of Homeless Services policy’s past reliance on hotels to shelter people has become a necessity because of the pandemic, many homeless people still prefer to sleep rough on the sidewalks or parks and in inclement weather than to stay in hotel shelters that aren’t safe from violence or infection. Which led to this horrific sight nearby a public housing building, when a citizen found a homeless man frozen dead in a fetal position sheltered by a makeshift shelter made of cardboard boxes furnished with a pillow and blanket underneath him.

Pedro Rodriguez Facebook

Housing and food insecurity and the existential fear of being penniless and dying on the street surely shouldn’t be happening in the wealthiest country in the world and with the Dow Jones at 30,000.

It surely shouldn’t be happening at all in the greatest city in the world with a Democrat majority with alleged progressive values that were elected and appointed to government offices. As this pandemic has exposed even more regarding housing in New York City, these officials inaction has enabled these neoliberal based civic policies prioritizing the needs of a fantasized populace than the one that already exists and all their superficial actions establishes them as the posers they are, and the ramifications from them are leaving devastation, depression and death in it’s wake. The difference now is that they no longer are capable of obscuring it.

Because while Thanksgiving comes only once a year, the laws enacted by fauxgressives favoring the developer overlords assures that everyday is Black Friday for public housing residents, the working poor, the aged and the destitute of Queens and the rest of the five boroughs.

The New York City Lockdown Follies

Starring: The Punk Ass and The Dumb Ass

New Normal, New York

The recent announcement of the lockdown of the city schools and it’s undetermined re-opening coinciding with the marginal rise of coronavirus infections among the citizenry has led to a veritable collision of worlds involving our two executive officials of the state and city of New York, Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio; exposing again the depthless void of partnership  between the two men and their administrations and the back and forth deferring of accountability regarding the economic and societal impacts that are being disrupted by the pandemic.

Beginning with the megalomaniac tin horn autocrat in Albany.

Immediately after fielding the first question from reporter Jimmy Vikeland about imminent public school closings in New York City based on the ague vagaries of Cuomo’s color coated area datas where COVID-19 is mostly spread to reinforce restrictions, the governor’s eyes bulged and accused the intrepid reporter of speaking untoward him with an “obnoxious tone” which the insecure governor reciprocated  with his trademark condescending tone and proceeded to spew a fusillade of condescending retorts and juvenile mimicries to go along with his indignant accusations against Vikeland’s credibility. When another reporter got rightly offended with how he insulted Vikeland, Cuomo let him and his constituency know that he doesn’t give a shit what he thinks about the press’s questions regarding his pandemic policy.

Cuomo continued to respond to other reporters with self-righteous indignation and unadulterated hubris because they wouldn’t accept his gaslighting as gospel, considering that the luvguv knew that Mayor de Blasio was going to close the schools the very second that the 3% infection threshold was achieved. This outburst was a total 180 degree turn from the measured and more informed response about the closings that Cuomo said a few days earlier when he pointed out that if the infection rates were low in the schools compared to the test results from the general population, it wouldn’t justify the closures and he mused that schools could be a safer environment from contagion than being at home. Which makes Cuomo’s sudden adamant tantrum about the city shutting down the schools so full of shit because he has the power to shut down the schools which he did when the virus first took hold of the city.

Another thing which makes his freak out suspect is that he has ruled New York with a paternalistic iron fist since Albany gave him his unquestioned emergency executive powers back in March. But suddenly with the schools he has been doing his damnest to disassociate himself from them, preferring to let Mayor de Blasio handle them.  Plus Cuomo was actually told by de Blasio that he decided to shut down the schools before he held his press conference and subsequent tirade and blatantly misinforming the press of his knowledge.

The worst thing about this disgraceful display and his inner contempt towards the press that wasn’t executed by the exiting POTUS is that Cuomo is continuing to exploit the social distancing protocols against the press trying to make him accountable for his policy decisions (or in this case, his non-decision). The governor/biographer is fortunate he has to deal with professionals with limited access and time to be around him while the pandemic is having a resurgence. He may not be so lucky when the vaccines are approved and the six feet barricades and face mask rules get rescinded, because Cuomo is due for another verbal lashing…

As for the worst mayor of NYC and any other city in the last century, the way de Blaz condescends to the press inquiring about his COVID responses is comparably polite. Instead of yelling at reporters he meekly dismisses their questions with deflections and brazen lies. And because of the pandemic guidelines, he doesn’t even convey any effort when he gaslights them about his policies because he won’t let the press do their jobs in the same room with him and they can only access him and ask questions over the phone.

And the Blaz actually has valid reason to be standoffish, the list of how he royally fucked up the pandemic response would result in a scroll that would transverse the planet about 3 times (going with the 3% lockdown measure theme here). But regarding the schools, de Blasio, along with his comic relief DOE Commissioner Carranza, were screwing around for months planning the new school year to adjust for the pandemic.

His rollout of the remote learning program was and continues to be a disaster, especially for the poor and homeless children with the distribution of faulty computer pads forcing them to rely on the tiny screens of cellphones to learn. That’s if they even get reception for it, being that these lower area median income neighborhoods don’t have free wifi.

After a few weeks of delays, the schools have been open and the blended learning program seem to be working until the weather got chillier and positive cases began to rise. Predictably de Blasio waited till the last second to warn parents about shutting down the whole system as he did when he kept rescheduling opening the schools at the start. Even though most school buildings didn’t have enough ventilation to prevent the contagion and the cap to make partial opening work was set low at 3% even though CDC regs and Cuomo set it at 5%. plus the inevitability of cases rising again when the weather got colder and of stupid selfish people gathering maskless in clusters, which continued to happen across the city. Then the 3% threshold hit and the Blaz closed them down for an indeterminate amount of time with Cuomo’s hands off blessing, collectively pissing off parents and teachers after a little over a month of utter incompetent leadership and shoddy services.


The interesting thing about the Blaz insistence to have kids return to schools for in person learning is that he made it an issue that he was the only mayor in the nation to attempt this. It still seems that he’s still obsessed with being some kind of national figure than governing the city he was elected to run. Twice. And the chaotic logistics behind the schools reopening and reclosing truly conveys a mission supervised by other interests and distractions.

And it definitely applies to Cuomo too with his pressers, because his belligerence with the NYC press is just a withdrawal symptom after getting months of fawning butt massaging praise and unconditional (and maladjusted) worship from the corporate news press (which includes his little brother), celebrities and social media for being an alleged alternative resource against COVID information coming from the Trump administration even though Cuomo refused to meet with Trump’s health commissioner 17 times when called for emergency meetings regarding the virus. So Cuomo had 17 chances to yell and make condescending snide insults at Trump and Health Secretary Azir about his expertise to their faces on handling the pandemic like he did to these reporters and chose not to. Pussy.

Even after that the senseless praise for Cuomo continued as he rejected vaccines that are almost ready because it was made possible from Trump’s warp speed initiative. Of course the worst aspect about Cuomo and his rock star status is that it translated into an autobiography he remarkably found time to write an autobiography of how he handled the virus that is still spreading and an International Emmy Award that was made up out of the blue.

It’s understandable why Cuomo and de Blasio are being so difficult and so vague governing this crisis, because it’s just a reaction how they initially fucked up against the novel coronavirus when they both dillydallied and were at loggerheads with shutting down the city in March and continued to be at loggerheads in the ensuing months. But now they are finally in sync (so it seems) with the new lockdown as the holidays approach.

Although it’s imperative to implement these lock downs and restrictions now because of the rapid rise of covid infections, the governor and the mayor’s horrendous lack of correspondence and cohesion and their proclivity for gaslighting about their policies  and data while dismissing accountability for them has manifested a universal reaction of no confidence and universal contempt and ridicule from the citizens of New York City, who all really have no choice but to deal with these regulations and these two incompetent and insufferable megalomaniacs and deal with their shitshow follies.

Remotely of course.

NYPD Blocks Sidewalk Egress With Personal And Patrol Vehicles


Ozone Park, Queens, New York

The 106th Precinct in Ozone Park, Queens is egregiously obstructing commuting public space on both sides of the street with police vehicles and their cars, notably on top of a handicap cut curb ramp and by a public park named after a cop who died in the line of duty. The cop the park was memorialized for, Officer Nicholas Demutiis, got killed trying to stop a car thief that ran him over on that same block. 


This falls in line with what the NYPD has been doing at their other precincts as they turn the areas around their taxpayer funded buildings into makeshift fortresses, especially with all the frequent protests that has occurred in the last five months along with a majority of citizens calling for defunding and abolishing of the police and the budget cuts that followed in July. A recent incident that got some viral attention involved a reporter from bike advocate news site Streetsblog who got stopped, questioned and also threatened for arrest when she exposed the NYPD using a playground as parking lot for their vehicles (with permission by the NYC Parks dept).

But the 106th truly stands out for their brazen territoriality of public space. And to show that their annexing of sidewalks isn’t a new thing, this precinct has been parking vehicles on this sidewalk and the one across the street for quite a while now. 

Although what the NYPD is doing here with absolute impunity is obnoxious and in contempt for the citizens they are supposed to protect, this probably would’ve got rectified if the recent budget cuts enacted by the woke City Council cronies didn’t include terminating the building of a new precinct in under-served areas of Southeast Queens. Maybe some of these spacehogging cops would have got transferred over there when it got completed. 

But this could be easily rectified right now. These cops could just park their vehicles the proper way parallel to the curb like they used to do and how the citizenry parks them instead of curbstoning them like how scofflaw chop shops continue get away with it. Maybe the city can contact the management and owner of Resorts World to use their vast parking lot for free or sanction some curb space by the abandoned Rockaway rail line for them and the BOWL 360 parking lot too. Ultimately and unfortunately since that aforementioned NYPD will never be built because of the budget cuts, what should be done is take whatever funding is going to the Strategic Response Groups that are being deployed to all these protests and use it to build a new parking garage. It would be a more common sense use for millions of dollars being pissed away having hundreds of cops damage their bikes by banging them up and down while kettling people demonstrating against them.

The cops over here should take their own advice they give towards protesters, reporters and even city officials and MOVE BACK their cars off the sidewalks.



de Blasio’s Citywide Administration Services Allowed Contractors To Swindle The City By Sending The Wrong Face Masks During The Start Of Pandemic

William Wilhelm de Blasio, the mayor of New York City (your city) seemingly proves once again how disconnected he is from the agencies that are under his auspice and the money that flows like a water out of a firehose from them even during a pandemic and an induced economic crisis.


 Last spring, frontline medical workers scrambled in vain to find proper surgical masks as the coronavirus swept through hospitals across the city.

Doctors, nurses and medical technicians were forced to reuse the same mask over and over — a dangerously ineffective method to stem infection from a virus that’s now taken the lives of more than 24,000 New Yorkers.

City officials jumped into action, signing more than $1 billion in emergency no-bid contracts with seemingly anybody who claimed they could produce high-quality masks and other crucial COVID gear — including ventilators.

Among them: Genuine Parts Company, an Atlanta-based firm that specializes in auto parts. The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), which handles most of City Hall’s purchases, had bought parts for city vehicles from Genuine in the past.

An auto parts company from Atlanta?? Why?  And for what kind of city vehicles? Being that de Blasio’s DCAS felt that they can entrust them to deliver PPE’s to the virus frontline workers…

Go on…

According to internal records obtained by THE CITY, DCAS paid $348,000 for what was described by Genuine as 300,000 “non-Latex surgical masks” that were marked as “received” by the city on April 7. That was at the peak of the virus’ spread in New York City, when the seven-day average for daily hospitalizations hit 1,642, compared to this week’s 52.

 But records show that when DCAS’ Bureau of Quality Assurance inspected the delivered goods, workers discovered not surgical masks but “disposable single-use non-surgical mask/dust mask/Not FDA approved.”

The items were nevertheless deemed “accepted due to public necessity.” DCAS paid full price and placed subsequent orders for more masks from the car parts dealer, records show. DCAS then “redirected” the masks — useless in emergency rooms — elsewhere for non-medical use.

The Genuine mask purchase is part of a disturbing pattern uncovered during an investigation by THE CITY of DCAS’ pandemic-spurred emergency buying spree.

During some of the most dire weeks of the crisis, THE CITY found, the agency lost track of key equipment from masks to ventilators — driving an exasperated DCAS official to declare in one early May meeting: “Stop this s—t! Stop this s—t! Fix the problem!”

 And guess who also was involved in this honest incompetence graft? The Blaz’s art dealer buddy Charlie Trebele, the city’s COVID “essential” “first responder”  Contractor Gadget .

A similar scenario unfolded with another vendor, Digital Gadgets, an electronics firm whose CEO, Charlie Tebele, along with family members, has been a frequent donor to de Blasio’s various political campaigns.

In late March, DCAS awarded $19 million in no-bid contracts to Digital for high quality N95 masks and lower quality KN95 masks. That included an $8 million contract for what the firm promised would be two million “surgical grade N95s,” according to internal DCAS documents. 

19? How droll to match the estimate with the disease. Contractor Gadget also gave the same digits backwards and higher.

 The company also won a $91 million contract to provide DCAS with ventilators that was later cancelled because, Benson told THE CITY, the agency “decided to order a different ventilator model.”

Digital Gadgets — which previously supplied hoverboards to QVC — did deliver masks. But DCAS records reveal that the agency’s Bureau of Quality Assurance discovered the masks Digital delivered were not “surgical grade N95s” as promised and had not been approved by either the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

So the corporations the city depended on to ship face masks and ventilators depended on a company not even from New York that already was contracted for auto supplies to city service vehicles and a company that makes toys for tech bobos. And both of those PPE’s were cheap knockoffs. Sure sounds like these companies grifted the city real good with the expenses they saved by skimping on the products at the expense of doctors, nurses, nursing home aides and tens of thousands of lives in New York City during the worse and most deadly time in the first few months of the pandemic.

GPC is a big national corporation, but Contractor Gadget Charlie’s company basically sells crap that’s mostly seen on T.V.. He’s also benefited quite nicely from his investments aka donations to de Blasio’s mayoral and farcical presidential campaign and the corrupted yet legal 501 c 4 PAC fund run by the mayor in City Hall, the Campaign For One New York; not only with a a government appointed seat on the COVID economic recovery task force collective gifted by the Blaz, Chuckles also was able to pay the mortgage to his Upper East Side townhouse with the emergency funding gifted to his company for his imitation PPE provisions to the city’s hospitals and nursing homes. Pretty sweet for a company that had a failing grade from the Better Business Bureau at the time (and present time).

This has drawn the ire of City Comptroller and mayoral candidate Scott Stringer who has been trying to get information about these tainted contracts for months, but his signifying nothing fury is laughable because he allowed the Blaz to authorize executive power over the city’s pandemic response which included total control over these contracts and their fiscal costs, which rendered his duties to monitor these checks and balances null and void and made his position as an elected official useless and neutered. 
de Blasio’s an idiot savant. He may not know shit about preparing for a crisis and evidently leading a city during one, but his brain cells get energized the second an opportunity comes up to make sure anyone who gave him money immediately gets a cherry contract with the city.
Despicable Bastard

Twitter Censorship Continues: V. Progress New York, C’Est Vrai And The Residents Of NYCHA Buildings

Manhattan, New York, U.S.A.

It’s been a week since the election ended and Joe Biden is still the president elect. The DNC’s fortunate son managed to win by a large number of electoral votes despite the corporate news/social media protection racket that managed to keep the corruption laden emails and IM’s and DM’s of his crack fiend son Hunters laptop off the airwaves and the internet’s series of tubes for a few weeks.

During those few weeks, social media monopoly Twitter locked down the NY Post’s account from posting other Hunter Biden story URL’s and every other story URL’s and after their principal owner @Jack testilied during a congressional hearing on their selective censorship of the NY POST which led to a big Texas verbal ass whuppin’ by Senator Ted Cruz, Twitter acquitted the NY Post and they resumed their legitimate reports on the Biden’s diplomacy grift on the platform after being extorted to remove them. Twitter’s sudden 180 re-legitimized the nation’s oldest newspapers credibility and made them more popular, getting the NY Post thousands of more followers. Suffice to say, what Twitter did when they reinstated the paper’s account was the biggest self-own of all time and maybe for eternity.

But it’s not all good news for the free press. Even though the NY Post is back, Twitter is still censoring and extorting smaller fry news sources like the solid and strictly independent news blog Progress New York. Although not the blog but a public services app they developed called C’est Vrai. And just like with the Post, @Jack and his posse of needledick mods and stringent algorithms are banishing on a petty technicality.

Progress New York

The Twitter social media giant has censored the C’est Vrai app, an action that suspends the ability of the Web application from delivering programmable tweets over the Twitter service. The action by Twitter followed its demand to control the content of tweets delivered by the C’est Vrai app.

The C’est Vrai app is a multi-faceted, computer-assisted tool that provides research and information services to Progress New York. The dispute focused on recent content that the C’est Vrai app has been delivering, namely, the location of certain utility outages taking place at the apartment complexes of the New York City Housing Authority, or NYCHA. Twitter’s restriction prevents the C’est Vrai app from continuing to deliver such content, which was being served in the public interest.

Twitter had objected to the inclusion of the Twitter handles of public officials, in whose districts the apartment complexes were located, respectively. In response, Progress New York described that officials were only tagged for outages in their district and noted that several public officials had acknowledged the C’est Vrai tweets in some form without complaint, including, but not limited to, Borough President James Oddo (R-Staten Island) and New York City Councilmembers Steven Matteo (R-Staten Island), Carlos Menchaca (D-Brooklyn), and Helen Rosenthal (D-Manhattan).

The last programmable tweet delivered by the C’est Vrai app.

The restriction by Twitter began on 23 September, when the last programmable tweet was published by the C’est Vrai app. Despite arguments submitted by Progress New York in explanation for how the C’est Vrai app programs tweets, Twitter summarily objected to the use of public officials’ tags, writing, “We can only consider a request to reactivate your app after you agree to stop this behavior.” Because Progress New York interpreted Twitter’s response as extortious, Progress New York would not respond to a criminal threat that was intent on undermining Progress New York’s constitutional right to operate a free press. As a result, Progress New York replied, in relevant part, to Twitter, “Progress New York is a news organisation. Regrettably, this is not the first time we have faced extortion or attempts at extortion. We don’t respond to extortion or attempts at extortion.”

Yet again as with their pathetic suppression of the NY Post’s Biden scoops, @Jack’s and Twitter cited an arbitrary (and inherently baseless) excuse citing security concerns to freeze C’est Vrai  even though the people that Twitter deemed were threatened somehow by getting @’d,  those people willingly responded to those tweets and sure didn’t seem harmed at all going by their professional responses.

But apparently, this needling against C’Est by Twitter extended beyond just tagging elected officials and went after them just for disseminating info on public housing’s locations were services were lacking or non-existent.

Prior to the current example of prior restraint on Progress New York, Twitter had restricted the ability of the C’est Vrai app from publishing tweets about certain utility outages at NYCHA apartment complexes in July, when Twitter improbably complained that the location of certain utility outages was private information (“You may not publish or post other people’s private information without their express authorization and permission.”), even though such information has been being published by NYCHA on its own Web site.

The suppression induced on Progress New York and C’est Vrai by a multi-billion dollar tech corporation can be described equally as incredible and irrational. Why would Twitter find it necessary to punch down on a small local news site just trying to make low income earning residents lives easier while living in public housing buildings that continue to be bereft of essential services like heat and perpetual hazardous environmental conditions? It’s suspect enough to make conspiracy theories opinionated deductions about how Twitter runs their business and what their inherent interests are behind their policies.

Having said that and since Twitter’s recent actions and punitive decisions against the NY Post and still against Progress/C’est are inherently based on deductions themselves, the connections behind them and how they are tied to NYCHA in this  opinionated deduction here is just as merited…

Twitter’s Manhattan offices are in Chelsea on 17th Street between 7th Ave. and 8th Ave. Walk down one block west on 17 and the first thing you see on the west corner of 9th Ave. are NYCHA’s Fulton Houses.







Fulton Houses is currently under the crosshairs of the federal’s Housing and Urban Development department which is about to implement the RAD (Rental Assistance Demonstration) program which is designed to provide more funding to pay for way overdue renovations of the buildings utilities and infrastructure and to also improve services to the buildings.

In order to activate that funding and all those improvements, two actual affordable public housing buildings have to be demolished and replaced with one mixed used building with market rate apartments. This insane on the face of it proposal has caused much consternation and strife with the long time tenants of Fulton who are reasonably worried and mighty pissed off about being displaced from their homes and their community they’ve known for their own lives.

Down the block on 10th Ave. by the luxury elevated promenade the Highline is a dense row of luxury tower buildings under development but nearly complete, casting an ominous high end market rate shadow over Fulton Houses. Even though the tenants are still valiantly fighting the city from the RAD proposal, these lux buildings seem to projected to be completed in concurrence with the NYCHA buildings planned for destruction.

What does this have to do with Twitter? Maybe their new employees will be able to occupy the new NYCHA mixed used building as the middle tier workers making low six figures can look to occupy the market rate units. While the top tier workers check out the new apartment buildings by the High  Line. Instant new community. As for how it will mesh with the community of Fulton’s residents of retired elderly, working class and disabled people, that’s pretty much a mystery, but going by the resistance against the RAD proposal, they are more distrustful of, agitated and dead set against it than they are curious of it. But what’s distinctive about the Fulton Houses is that it’s the only NYCHA project to have entire buildings destroyed. How would anyone else react if these officials told you the only way you’ll see conditional improvements and a better quality of living is we blow up your home first?

It should be noted that RAD is here now because of decades of funding re-allocated to the Pentagon and tax cuts for the wealthiest and of criminal negligence by those hired to keep NYCHA functioning and habitable plus the environmental hazards and collapse of services that quickly exacerbated while under the auspice of the lying Mayor de Blasio and the last lying president of NYCHA Shoya Olotoye, the RAD program is being induced on every public housing building in every building. And that’s what brings this to Twitter’s sleight of hand complicity in this, because it’s truly off-putting how a tech company cum news publisher and editor that was so seemingly hell bent on helping Democrat Joe Biden win the election by suppressing the conservative leaning NY Post would want to suppress tweet bulletins about public housing services from a leftist leaning blog’s service app while NYCHA’s uninhabitable conditions still exist and their buildings services and infrastructure continue to break down with daily frequency. And shut down those tweets with seeming precision.

One mo’ time, Progress New York:

Though Mr. Dorsey denied U.S. Senator Cruz’s accusation, social media giants have, indeed, become so powerful that they now have the power and discretion to censor news outlets, a dangerous social condition, since a major function of a robust and independent journalism industry is to serve as a check on power, particularly the Government and big businesses, including social media corporations. Now, social media corporations are demanding a say in the content produced and shared by news outlets.

For example, Twitter’s questionable use of its “policies” led last month to the suspension of one function of the C’est Vrai app, namely, the ability of the Web application to deliver programmable tweets over the Twitter service. The action by Twitter followed its demand to control the content of tweets delivered by the C’est Vrai app. Twitter objected to the use by the C’est Vrai app of Twitter handles of public officials in the content of tweets, a demand that Progress New York found unacceptable, because Government officials, once elected or appointed to office, become wholly unresponsive to public demands for relief. Progress New York was founded on the principle that Government officials need to be held to account for their failures, particularly those that result in the suffering of average people. It’s unknown if the irony was lost on Twitter that the tweet content it was objecting to being programmatically shared by the C’est Vrai app focused on the non-stop water and heat outages taking place at public housing developments, but it wouldn’t have mattered to Twitter, because Twitter appears to be determined to thwart the independent functions of journalism.

The C’est Vrai app is a multi-faceted, computer-assisted tool that provides research and information services to Progress New York. Progress New York is a fledgling journalism platform that depends on the C’est Vrai app for its plan to expand, its roots in fact-based reporting, and its ability to shine a line of the failure of leadership in Government and in business.

Since Twitter crippled C’est Vrai’s account, the Astoria Houses went without gas for a month and tenants had tremendous difficulty getting in touch with NYCHA to get it restored. The only responses they got for the horrendous delay of services was from a food charity group that set up buffet tables of hot food for the residents and Status Coup reporter Jordan Charlton, who did a live stream interviewing residents and activists. Maybe if C’est was working, a tweet would have got to the district councilperson and maybe the residents would have been able to use their oven instead of the shitty single hot plates that were sent to them (is NYCHA aware that two burner plates exist?) and be able to have hot water to shower or even to wash their hands sooner. Especially with a fucking pandemic going on.

Whatever is going on with @Jack’s Twitter, keeping C’est Vrai in social media confinement is unconscionable given what the apps purpose is, to improve the quality of life of and the quality of services for public housing tenants that are living in squalor the government made for them (and continues to). More unconscionable is that because the app is not familiar to the masses and that it’s only poor people, @Jack and the Twitter army assumes that no one will notice or care

Locking down C’est should be hyuge news but it’s not because well Twitter practically owns the news being that people get their news on social media first.  Even after the self-own from their NY Post lockdown debacle, it looks likeTwitter and their algorithms will still remain stubborn needling bully assholes, buttressed by a sizeable populace who condones their regressive, passive aggressive and robotic censorship tactics that conjure up centuries of mob persecution mentalities from Christ’s persecutors to the with hunters of Salem. But nicer and with skateboards.

Free C’est Vrai.





Impunity City Is Fantastic Four


Through all the chaos and the madness from this presidential election and it’s media declared settlement along with the rise of coronavirus cases and the continuing mind numbing exploits of New York City’s mayor and New York’s governor, I forgot that this digital publication turned four years old a few days ago. Anyway happy birthday to this thing of mine. And yours too, because I do this free labor of love and hate to keep you and the masses informed. (Well, it would if actual masses gave it some clicks)

It’s going to get really busy on here and that’s a promise and a threat.

It’s going to get really busy around here.


President Biden: The Luckiest Man On The Face Of The Earth

Psst, Joe, you won

” I make my own luck”


Finally. America fires Trump and she has a new president in former Senator and Vice President Joe Biden. Finally for Joe Biden, he has fulfilled his destiny following nearly 50 years of government service and after countless failures in his quest to be commander in chief in the last 30 (except in 2016 when he deferred to Manifest Hillary and stood down).

Uncle Joe’s road to the White House started off as rocky as a lunar landscape and ended up as smooth, protected and gilded like an award show red carpet.Normally if something like this happened to a regular Joe it would be considered a classic Comeback Story, but this is Political Establishment Joe. It sure helped when about 20 people decided to run with Joe in the primary and about half of them plus two billionaires dropped out of the race simultaneously and wound up endorsing him in solidarity, fulfilling the DNC collusion to destroy Bernie Sanders’ second run for president. Even though Joe had no platform, no promises and no inspiration for people to give him their vote and he couldn’t even articulate what they were or even a complete sentence, he still was able to win a lot of states after Sanders narrow loss in Iowa and wins in Nevada and New Hampshire where Joe wound up near or at the bottom in the bottom of the vote tallies.

But when COVID-19 came, all bets were off. The states were primaries were held had low turnouts (even after the Biden campaign recklessly encouraged people to vote despite the risk of contagion) and the next primaries had to be rescheduled. Plus Sanders sappy performance at their last debate enabled Biden’s dominance at the polls in late Spring. While turning the nation and the primary election upside down, the novel virus managed to put Joe over the top and win the nomination with ease.

Normally, such good fortune to come about for someone during a crisis would be humbling, a quality that should come naturally for that someone who is about to compete to run and guide a nation back to prosperity and good health; but again this is Joe Biden, career politician whose loose ethics and morals and arrogance belie his straight shooter ruse personality. Biden defiantly declared to radio show host Charlemagne The God, a Black Man, that if Black People don’t vote for him they aint black. On the campaign trail at town halls, he thoroughly insulted people to their faces  and challenged them to fights who challenged him on his promises and his past legislative decisions and policies, even union workers and military veterans. When a man asked him about immigration policy while he was VP, which was found that the Obama administration built those cages the kids are kept in that Trump got excoriated for, Joe Biden told that man to vote for the other guy. Yet through all that, what would at one time would have ended a campaign and also a career, Biden got away unscathed again and trudged along. 

The primary winner also got away unscathed when a woman named Tara Reade, who in an interview with Katie Halper came out about a horrific experience she had with Senator Biden when he sexually assaulted her after she brought him a travel bag. Usually, a story like that would be relentlessly pursued by corporate news and the ramifications for the accused candidate would result in expulsion and resignation like with what happened with Gary Hart. But this is Joe Biden, the chosen one by Corporate News to rid the nation of a second term of President Trump. Even with the #MeToo movement still fresh in the zeitgeist, suddenly it didn’t apply to Joe Biden’s own salacious lust driven by his entitlement as an elected official.

Joe’s string of luck really hit a zenith when a laptop belonging to his never-do-well eldest son Hunter Biden that had a cavalcade of damning emails and messages of incriminating pay to play quid pro quo corruption with foreign leaders and corporations in which Hunter was parlaying his dad’s name and current position as the second highest official in the U.S.A. while high on crack that was sitting in the FBI’s hands for almost a year (an FBI that is under the employ of President Trump) that got never revealed until a copy of the hard drives contents made it to the New York Post via Rudy Giuliani and they published Hunter’s trove in dozens of articles, but when the Post tried to disseminate it on their social media accounts,  tech monopolies Facebook and Twitter throttled those stories on baseless assumptions of hacked materials. Lucky for Joe, a protection racket with these corporations responsible for the dissemination of information united in solidarity to kill the momentum of these scandals.

Then Joe’s luck really got hot when COVID-19 got the President of the United States and right after their shitshow debate when Donnie made of Joe for wearing a mask. Even though Donnie came back strong tripping balls on the covid cocktail his physicians concocted for him, the fact that he thought he could ride the re-election campaign out without getting infected while blowing off wearing the mask surely had an immediate impact and discredited him to a lot of voters, along with his incorrect evaluation of the virus subsiding as cases and deaths arise from the coronavirus across the land.

Now after all those obstacles, misfortune, gaffes and telltale signs of first stage dementia, here Joe is, the president elect at 78 years old. And he didn’t even have to leave his basement at his mansion or even speak to the press as he was blatantly and brazenly avoiding them as his campaign team put “lids” on Biden’s availability as early as 10 a.m..

Joe’s road to victory was so easy and paved with gold by all media outlets and the megamoney driven loyalist and royalist Democrat Party it should be considered a new wonder of the world, because even the celebration that’s ensued is rife with anomaly, people on the streets are celebrating more about the fact that Trump was defeated than about Biden winning (even Dem hack Chuck Schumer, who is jumping around with his clique clustered by the Grand Army Plaza while maskless)

Joe Biden is truly the luckiest man on the face of the earth as well as VP Kamala Harris,  the luckiest woman on the face of the earth who was the first to drop out of the race after being hyped as a top-tier candidate by corporate news and getting destroyed in the debate by Tulsi Gabbard.  But despite their triumph, they are still victors of circumstance made possible by the pandemic regaining strength. So technically this is more a COVID d’etat than a natural transfer of power through democracy as people voted based on fear than on real change they can believe in and also more people got sick of Trump and just wanted to have his show cancelled. And that’s the best luck you can get when people feel they don’t have a real choice and it has worked out swimmingly for the President-elect, who needed a crisis and a wretched opponent to finally get into the oval office.

Millions of people may be happy now, but don’t expect things to fundamentally change. This is Joe Biden here, and even if the vaccines are ready and the pandemic finally ends, you’re going to have to make your own luck.


New Bad Days 78: Shootings Continue To Escalate At NYCHA Buildings; Protests Are Getting More Aggressive By Demonstrators, Boosters And The NYPD With Clashes In Bed-Stuy And In Times Square, A Squad Of Black Bloc Bikers Tag The Entire Front Of A Townhouse, And Collusion By The NYPD And Trump Supporters To Entrap Protesters And Reporters; A Man Dumps His Dead Pregnant Girlfriend On The Highway And A Woman Throws Her New Born Baby Out The Window; Staten Island Eateries Get Hit In A Stream Of Burglaries; EBike Robberies Rise; Random Assaults, Drive-By Shootings And Stray Bullets Continue To Inflict Pain And Kill Without Warning

As the NYPD are busy trying to monitor protests that are getting more chaotic with polarizing assemblies of people from the left and the right, shootings continue to escalate on the streets of New York in an increase of 96% compared to last year with a 37% increase of casualties. The stats are more pronounced on the city’s public housing complexes with a 41% rise in homicides on the grounds and inside of the buildings.

Crime in the subway has held steady even though ridership has plummeted and has not rebounded despite having the lowest percentage of COVID-19 cases compared to other states in the USA. Although the subway train window smasher is still on the loose and is still smashing windows in defiance of the MTA’s $12,500 reward and the continued lack of presence of NYPD patrolling the stations.


In Harlem at the 125th St. Station, eight boys and girls were loitering by the turnstiles and obstructed a man from entering and then one of the girls pushed him from behind and feigned that she was shoved by him, which led her boyfriend to punch the man multiple times and continued his attack while the victim was on the ground and wound up with a broken collarbone, which caused him to prevent him from playing piano for months as a world-renowned jazz musician.

Also in Harlem, a man shot another man in the ankle on a street corner.

Again in Harlem, federal agents from Immigration Customs Enforcement impersonated NYPD officers to detain a man who has been living in New York City for 30 years and recently recovered from COVID19.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot in the leg on a street corner.

And again in Harlem, a man got nicked by a bullet on his arm in front of a building.

And again in Harlem, a man died a few days after he got beat down on the street.

And again in Harlem, a man bolted free from police custody by shoving a cop down while being transferred from a hospital to the station house

And again in Harlem, two hardheaded thugs engaged in a shootout on the street and stray bullets from their fusillade and hit a man in the arm and his daughter in the leg while they were out trick or treating along with her sister. A woman also got hit in the arm. The man had to lose days of work because of his injury caused by senseless and rampant gun violence.

And again in Harlem, a woman was stabbed to death inside her apartment.

And again in Harlem, a man got hit by a stray bullet when a man tried to shoot another man he was arguing with in front of a church.

And again in Harlem, a man trick or treating with his daughters on Halloween were caught in the crossfire of two men shooting at each other and he got hit in the arm and his daughter got hit in the arm by stray bullets. A woman bystander also got hit in the arm during the shootout. The father had to take off from a job he was about to start.

And again in Harlem, a man was approached by a woman on the sidewalk and she seduced him in arranging a date with him. Then when the man met her by nearby building, he got jumped by two men who beat him down to the concrete and stole his wallet and cellphone while the harpy laughed at the mark’s misfortune.

And again in Harlem, an 18-year-old man killed himself when a gun he and his friends were fucking around with shot a round into his head in his apartment.

In East Harlem, a man was shot twice on the street in broad daylight.

Also in East Harlem, a man shot at another man twice hitting him in the legs.

Again in East Harlem, a man wanted for violating a restraining order locked himself inside an apartment and set it on fire, causing injuries to seven residents and two cops.

In Washington Heights, a man decided to lay down on the Henry Hudson Parkway and got killed when a car ran over him and kept going.

In Inwood, a man shot another man to death following an argument over a drug deal at an apartment building courtyard.

Also in Inwood, a man chased another man down the street and shot him down in cold blood by shooting him 15 times with 7 bullets hitting his victim a day after he threatened to kill him after getting beat down by him.

Again in Inwood, a man shot another man in the leg after arguing with him on the street.

In the Upper West Side at the 96th St. Station, a man grabbed a woman’s ass on the  platform and apologized for doing it.

Also in the Upper West Side, a man got assaulted and robbed of his cellphone by three men after he had a dispute with them by an early voting polling site. The three goons were marching in a demonstration along with other social justice and environmental concern groups.

In Midtown, a man was stabbed in front of the Plaza Hotel.

Also in Midtown, two men robbed cufflinks worth 15 grand from a jewelry store when they feigned to be customers and tricked a worker to get some items to look at and they reached behind the counter and robbed the jewels and ran out the door.

Again in Midtown at the 7th Ave. Station, a man stalked a woman as she was going up the stairs and pull her skirt up and took a picture with his celly.

And again in Midtown at the 51st St. Station, a man grabbed a woman’s ass and then called her fat on the platform.

And again in Midtown, the Black Lives Matter street mural in front  of Trump Tower got defaced again by a big black truck that spilled gallons of tar from 57th st. to 56th st. while traffic was still busy. Pretty sure that mess is still there because the D.O.T. is going to have to chop up the street to get that shit off. You lost de Blaso, the city can’t afford to fix your vanity concern troll statement anymore.

And again in Midtown a few blocks north of Trump Tower, a group of protesters assembled on 5th Avenue to yell curses and throw eggs and rocks at a motorcade of cars in support for the President and his re-election as some tried to grab their giant flags as they passed. When Mayor Rudy Giuliani rolled up riding shotgun in a car passing the protesters, he was subjected to middle fingers and other Bronx cheers and vulgarities.

Again in Midtown, a pro b-ball rookie beat up a woman inside an apartment at a luxury building.

And again in Midtown, a crane set up at the top of behemoth luxury tower on Billionaire Row on 57th St. started rotating swiftly in the wind like a music box ballerina and knocked off two 8-foot metal slats that crashed to the street below. The Department of Buildings issued a stop work order to the developers after deeming the incident with the default word of feigned outrage “unacceptable”.

And again in Midtown, a man being treated by EMT’s after overdosing on the sidewalk suddenly awoken and attacked on of them as they were putting him in the ambulance.

And again in Midtown, a man committed suicide by jumping from the 10th floor of the new JP Morgan building.

In Times Square, a man randomly pushed a woman onto the train tracks on the N/Q/R platform. The loon got caught by the cops while smoking a cigarette at a train station in the Bronx and had a peculiar habit of breaking into people’s cars just to sit in them and play music.

Also in Times Square, protesters assembled on the street to catch the Trump support motorcade and after paint was thrown at and flags were being ripped from the vehicles, some Trump boosters stepped out and confronted them and a clash ensued between the polarized groups with the NYPD in the middle of the fracas as men and woman brawled with each other.

In Soho, brazen looting of high end products from designer fashion stores is still happening daily in the last 5 months with robberies happening in broad daylight as they rush into the store and grab all the expensive shit they can and then hop in a luxury car awaiting them outside. As the crooks get away with tens of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise, Store management and burly security guards let them rush out with the goods with impunity because they don’t want to be called racist and get excoriated on social media.

In Noho, a cop chased a man that shoplifted a pair of shades from a sunglasses store. The thief resisted arrest and cut the cops hand causing him to get 60 stitches and the backup that showed up to assist the Lieutenant in the collar was about the same amount.

In Tribeca, a man approached another man on the sidewalk and slashed him in the arm and stabbed his torso.

Also in Tribeca, at the Chambers St. Station, a man got stabbed twice when he tried to break up a fight between two men on the 1 train. The brawlers then bailed out of the station together.

Again in Tribeca, a man tagged an office building with anti-cop agitprop graffiti where a police union is a tenant there.

In the Financial District, a man murdered his wife in cold blood on the sidewalk then shot and killed himself in front of a luxury hotel when he found out she was cheating on him.

Also in the Financial District at the Wall St. Station, a dead body was found torched and decomposed inside a tunnel.

In Hell’s Kitchen, a 13-year-old boy committed suicide by jumping off his terrace at his apartment on the 20th floor of a luxury building.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a man tried to access the NYPD stables by pretending to be an inspector named “Tates”, but couldn’t pull off the ruse and dashed into a Mercedes and sped off after smashing into a parked car.

Again in Hell’s Kitchen, a rise of homeless encampments and heroin abuse and drug dealing under scaffolding continues to accelerate in the area.

And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man randomly walloped a 78-year-old man with a BBQ grill brush who was only a few steps away from his residential building.

In Chelsea, a man ambushed another man as he was coming out of his car and pummeled and strangled him after shouting xenophobic slurs at him.

Also in Chelsea, The Guardian Angels arrived to the neighborhood to monitor the streets to prevent crime and violence.

Again in Chelsea, a man got shot on a street corner. No sign of the Angels were around at the time.

And again in Chelsea, a man and a teenage boy got shot in front of the entrance of the grounds of public housing buildings.

And again in Chelsea, a group of activists assembled on the street awaiting for a pro-Trump caravan of flag waving vehicles to show up were suddenly swarmed by cops when an order to get on the sidewalk by an audio message wasn’t obeyed fast enough by the protesters.

Eleven people got arrested including two people who were obviously journalists but weren’t considered to be by de Blasio’s NYPD because they weren’t “NYPD credentialed”

While the armored and battle ready cops were engaging in one-sided combat with a comparably small crowd that was dispersing from the area, hundreds of people participating in a four-borough convoy ride dubbed the MAGAdrag were driving around with their license plates taped over and standing still and obstructing traffic on the Whitestone Bridge while waving flags mimicking old glory and for Trump’s re-election. When a woman tried to get photos of some of these violators obscuring their license plates in Belle Harbor, a cop stood thisclose facing her to obstruct her focus.


The MAGAdrag never set one tire track in Manhattan nor where there any reports of citations being issued for the obscured plates and standing on the bridges. According to a Trump booster member of the Proud Boys, the NYPD reached out to them and told them not to drive into the city because there wasn’t enough personnel to handle them and the described Antifa/BLM crowd simultaneously and then the MAGAdrag altered their route the moment they got that bulletin. Sure looks like de Blasio’s NYPD colluded with MAGAdrag so they can oppress and incarcerated a group of people that disagree with them along with the collateral suppression of journalists that were documenting the actions of the militarized cops.

In Greenwich Village, a man attacked another man with a knife because he was wearing a hat supporting President Trump.

Also in Greenwich Village at the West 4th St. Station,  a man attacked another man on the D train and wailed on him with punches and bit a friend of his who tried to stop the goon. Then a woman intervened and whacked the two men with an umbrella and ran away with the perp.

In the West Village, a man stopped a woman in her tracks while she was walking on the sidewalk, pushed her to the concrete then told her he was just released from jail and was armed. Then he sexually molested her and ran away.

Also in the West Village at the 14th St. Station, a man got shot in the neck by a transgender woman on parole after serving time for two homicides when she caught him taking a piss on the platform.

In the East Village, a man was shot to death by a 15-year-old boy on a street corner at point black range when he approached him with his two pals. The three  made sure to sanitize their hands before the gang-related killing.

In Chinatown, a man loitering with three friends in front of an apartment building and decided to take a whiz on it. Then a resident caught him, went outside and attacked the urinator with a sword and slashed him in the chest and his arm after the pisser and his friends called him racial slurs.

In the Lower East Side, hungry homeless people are digging through garbage bags left by restaurants that have been sitting on the curbs for days because of City Council’s austerity budget cuts to the Sanitation Department.

Also in the Lower East Side, a woman was mugged by a man for 20 bucks by the affordable poor door entrance of the 80% affordable luxury tower apartment building by the Manhattan Bridge. The lobby meant for the lower income residents lacks security and has seen homeless people squatting in there and consistent theft of delivery packages.

Again in the Lower East Side, a man hit a moped rider with his SUV while driving drunk.

And again in the Lower East Side, a ceiling collapsed and a rat skeleton fell along with the debris inside a tenant’s apartment at a decrepit public housing building for deaf people.

And again in the Lower East Side, a woman punched an app hail driver in the face.

In the Upper East Side, a man shoplifted bottles of the same brand of body wash from the same chain pharmacy store three times in five days.

Also in the Upper East Side, a high priced lawyer had his townhouse vandalized with the keyhole of his door glued and with agitprop graffiti referencing his representing an Upper West Side community group who are demanding that a hotel stop housing homeless people that they blame for an uptick in vagrancy and drug abuse and dealing on the area’s streets.

Again in the Upper East Side, two men stole a taxi that was left standing by the cab driver with the keys still in the ignition on the Upper West Side and crashed into a row of parked cars following a pursuit by the cops.

And again in the Upper East Side at the 96th St. Station, a man grabbed a woman’s ass while he followed her up the stairs.

And again in the Upper East Side, a man got killed by an SUV driver in a hit and run while he was riding his ebike delivering pizzas. The driver abandoned the vehicle a block away from the carnage.

A man committed suicide by jumping off the George Washington Bridge.

With cycling becoming a popular choice for commuting as an alternative to mass transit, along with the dependence of food-app take out deliveries for sustenance; bicycle theft has rose in the last seven months since the pandemic hit NYC. Especially against the food-app contractors; who have to work for two companies just to barely earn a living wage and have to risk their lives just to keep their ebikes, which retail for about $2,000.



In Bushwick, a 20-year-old man got killed by a stray bullet while he was hanging out with his friends on a stoop at an apartment building he was renting an Airbnb with them when some man emptied his clip on a street corner nearby. They decided to dwell in that area because they thought it was safe and were planning to produce skateboarding videos in the city. How’s that nearby bar ” The Bad Old Days” doing?

Also in Bushwick at the Dekalb Ave. Station, big bubble graffiti is splayed all over the walls at the platform. Just like in the bad old days.

Again in Bushwick, two men got shot and another man got stabbed during a street fight with three other men on a street corner.

In Bed-Stuy, a woman was being followed by a group of cops and then they surrounded her by a tree and one of them smacked her cellphone out of her hand and arrested her for filming the escalation against her. Then they took her to 75th Pct., where a large gathering of people showed up to protest against her and other people who got arrested that were assembling at a nearby park. A woman got kicked out of the precinct when she tried to get information about her friend who got detained. As the crowd of protesters got restless, the cops shielded themselves with steel barricades at the front of their station house. Then de Blasio’s and Shea’s NYPD knocked their barricades down and charged at the group and pepper sprayed and arrested an 18-year-old man who they accused of attacking them with the barricade they pushed and two other people during the clash they induced. They kept them and the woman they renditioned on the sidewalk from earlier for more than 30 hours.

They kept them and the woman they renditioned on the sidewalk from earlier for more than 30 hours.

Again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot in the arm twice on the street.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot in the stomach on the street during a dispute with the gunman.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot to death in front on an apartment building.

And again in Bed-Stuy at the Norstrom Ave. Station, a 15-year-old got accosted by a man who started off with small talk and then decided to slap his ass a few times.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man killed another man in cold blood after he chased him down the streets while shooting at him and then into a bodega where he shot him multiple times and blasted him twice in the chest.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a 16-year-old boy got shot to death on the grounds of the Kingsborough Houses

In Brownsville, a man shot two men during a street fight on the corner of two avenues.

Also in Brownsville, a man was shot in the leg during a drive-by when he got hit by someone firing from a black car.

Again in Brownsville, an SUV driver plowed into a dirtbike rider in a hit and run and he and his passenger abandoned the vehicle and ran away.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot to death from 3 bullets underneath the elevated train tracks by a school in a gang related hit.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot in the back after having an argument with the gunman.

And again in Brownsville, a man was murdered from a shot to the head in the lobby of a building where he lived one day before his birthday.

In Canarsie, a man was shot in the ankle on the sidewalk in a drive-by.

Also in Canarsie, a man was shot in the knee in a drive-by near a street corner.

Again in Canarsie, a man hit the gas during a traffic stop when cops caught him running lights and then led them on a high speed chase as he ran more red lights and drove the wrong way on the streets so he wouldn’t get caught with a revoked driver’s license.

In Cypress Hills, a fire that engulfed a building exposed a marijuana cultivation operation inside. Neighbors said the building has smelled like skunk weed for a decade and the NYPD never bothered to investigate.

Also in Cypress Hills, a teenage man stabbed a 15-year-old boy three times as he while trying to steal his and his friends cellphones and ran away.

Again in Cypress Hills, an argument between two men over a parking space escalated when one of the men took out a gun and tried to shoot his foe but missed and grazed his wife in the head instead and then ran into his house and hid in the basement. Then the cops showed up with a robot dog to track him down. Although it’s not known if it was useful or even necessary in the arrest since there were already about a half dozen patrol cars plus 50 cops on the block that showed up and two cops brought a German Shepard to detain the suspect anyway.

And again in Cypress Hills, a man who works as a custodian for the NYC A.C.S got into a dispute with two off-duty transit cops who told them he couldn’t park his car in their lot and then got into a street fight with them.

In East New York, an 18-year-old man got shot to death inside of a deli.

Also in East New York, a woman got hit in the ear with a stray bullet that came from a street fight between two gangs nearby while she was celebrating her fiance’s birthday with her family and friends in front of their house.

In Flatbush, a homeless man got stabbed to death in front of a laundromat following an argument that escalated into a brawl with his killer.

Also in Flatbush, a homeless man slashed a man and a woman with a boxcutter at a restaurant they run.

Again in Flatbush, a cop sitting in a patrol car while parked in a crosswalk used his intercom speaker to make endorsements for the President of the United States while on duty with two other cops standing beside his vehicle while on duty. When a citizen confronted the cop about his discrepancy while in uniform, the cop made another endorsement over the intercom just to be a spiteful punk. The dummy got suspended for his conduct.

And again in  Flatbush, two teenage boys were shot on the sidewalk during a hold up robbery in broad daylight. One of them wound up dying from a blast to the face and the other got wounded from getting hit in the arm. The killer is still on the loose.

In East Flatbush, a man got shot in the hand while he was driving his car that came from another car passing by him.

Also in East Flatbush, a man and two teenage boys were shot at and hit during a drive by.

Again in East Flatbush, an argument between two men escalated when the man shot the another man in the wrist while he was sitting in his car.

In Park Slope, a man crashed his car into another vehicle by Barclays Center, leading to a heated dispute between him and the other driver. When the driver got in his car to bail from the accident, the guy who got rammed pursued him and then one of the men in the other car shot at him and a stray bullet wound up killing a man who was standing on the sidewalk waiting for the light to change.

Also in Park Slope, a house own by Mayor de Blasio was hit by right wing pranksters who left signs endorsing Rep. Ocasio-Cortez’s opponent and saying All Lives Matter on the entrance. Although the mayor doesn’t live there, surely The Blaz would find such chosen political vandalism “unacceptable”.

Again in Park Slope, a man that was trying to get a cop’s attention about a car parked on the shoulder 100 feet from a polling station got confronted by a man and his son who said they weren’t breaking any laws. Then the father verbally lashed at the man while accusing him of having a pussy and then hid behind the cops when he threatened to hospitalize him.

And again in Park Slope, a man got shot twice after having an argument with another man inside an apartment building.

In Fort Greene, a woman driving in her car was rear-ended by another vehicle and then got punched in the face and her purse robbed by the man who drove into her.

Also in Fort Greene, a man robbed a wallet from another man when he stuck a knife up at him.

Again in Fort Greene, a man stabbed his relative in the hand during an argument by Monument Park.

And again in Fort Greene at the Atlantic Ave. Station, a gang of five men held up a man at gunpoint and robbed his backpack on the platform.

And again in Fort Greene, a man cracked a bottle over the head of a 78-year-old man on the street.

In Williamsburg, a wild party clustered with revelers inside an apartment descended into a brawl leading to 7 men and 3 women getting cuffed when the cops raided the place.

Also in Williamsburg, a man wound up in a coma after test riding an ebike that was being promoted by a startup company. He fell off when the fender that was poorly installed got caught on the back wheel. Ebikes are motorcyles, you dumb ass makers and innovators.

Again in Williamsburg, NYC sheriffs raided a warehouse throwing a rave that was clustered with 400 people as COVID-19 cases across the city continue to rise again while dozens of other crowded events have occurred in other warehouse and commercial spaces in the area in the past month, making Williamsburg the new COVIDIOT capital of the five boroughs.

And again in Williamsburg, a woman got shot in the ankle when she and her boyfriend got held up at gunpoint by two men after she tried to slap the gun out of the mugger’s hand.

And again in Williamsburg, a bunch of people staged a phony street fight wrestling match in some woman’s backyard who just happens to work in marketing for sports entertainment.

In East Williamsburg, a man walked up to a parked car and and shot a man in the face at point blank range who was sitting in the front passenger seat and kept shooting him as he stumbled out of the car. The victim walked towards and collapsed by a laundromat and died.

In Coney Island at the Stillwell Ave. Station, a woman was found dead on the D train face down lying on the floor with footprints on her back.

Also in Coney Island, a woman that jumped into a lions den and danced in front of while converses with a disinterested lion at the Bronx Zoo tried to jump into the Atlantic Ocean from the Steeple Chase pier.

In Sunset Park, two men held up a jewelry store at gunpoint and robbed trays of watches and necklaces worth $40,000.

In Crown Heights, a man got shot in broad daylight and the bullet knicked his head.

Also in Crown Heights, a man slashed a security guard who caught him shoplifting.

Again in Crown Heights, a 16-year-old boy got shot to death on the grounds of the Kingsborough Houses.

In Clinton Hill, a woman confronted her ex-boyfriends girlfriend and smacked her in the face with car keys.

Also in Clinton Hill at the Clinton-Washington Ave. Station, a man commuting with his grandparents got livid at a man who was smoking a joint on the platform and demanded he put it out and then the stoner attacked him and his grandfather and punched them multiple times and then pushed the man’s 73-year-old grandmother onto the trackbed.

Again in Clinton Hill, a 72-year-old woman got hit by a driver in a van lugging a rack of Citibikes making a turn and not yielding to her as she was still crossing the street.

And again in Clinton Hill, a city inspector for the D.O.B. had his car broken into and was robbed of his cellphone and laptop

In Brooklyn Heights, a man and a woman beat down a man on the street in the early evening and robbed his carry-all bag.

Also in Brooklyn Heights, a man walked into a post office and held up a clerk at gunpoint and robbed a cellphone and wallet.

Again in Brooklyn Heights, a goon clobbered a 65-year-old man with a baseball bat on the sidewalk.

And again in Brooklyn Heights and Fort Greene and also in the Upper West Side in Manhattan, burglars are robbing deliveries from Amazon inside apartment building lobbies and leaning against the residents doors by ripping open the packages and boxes and taking the merchandise inside and leaving the detritus behind.

In DUMBO, a man found his car window smashed and items stolen from his vehicle.

In Downtown Brooklyn, a man robbed $1,700 worth of vacuum cleaners from a department store.

Also in Downtown Brooklyn, a Ulock was found on the front door handles and anti-landlord messaging was tagged on the Housing Court building.

Again in Downtown Brooklyn, two men ganged up on an elderly woman and stole her backpack.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a gang of crooks brazenly ripped off 19 coats from a shopping mall and got away after one of them stuck a screwdriver at a worker’s face.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, hundreds of people assembled on the streets to protest against a shooting of a Black Man by Philadelphia cops when he charged at them with a knife and proceeded to spray graffiti and break windows of banks and chain and small businesses, vandalized NYPD vehicles and a statue of Columbus, jumped on residents cars, and lit garbage cans, garbage left on the curbs and flags on fire along their trail.

During the senseless mayhem posing as a demonstration, cops surrounded a black car with tinted windows on the street and smashed the windows when the driver ignored orders to stop and then sped off.

It turned out the driver and the car’s passenger were there for the impromptu protests.

Thirty people wound up getting arrested for this stupid bullshit. The family of the man who perished from the shooting doesn’t want the cops prosecuted for murder. And when The Blaz is correct about these idiots weaponizing the BLM movement just to wreck shit for the sake of wrecking shit you know you fucked up, even though he only swiftly responded to this incident because it happened in his upscale high market rate rent neighborhood.

In Bay Ridge, a man attacked and sexually assaulted an 85-year-old woman inside a laundry room in an apartment building, then ran to a nearby park and stalked a woman who reported the deviant to the cops and initially didn’t take her seriously until they found out who he was through video surveillance from the laundry room camera.

In Sheepshead Bay, two men broke into a house through the door on a balcony and held up a boy at gunpoint who was home alone and robbed over $85,000 of jewelry and cash.

Also in Sheepshead Bay, a man walked up to a 12-year-old boy sitting on a curb on a street corner and knocked him down with one punch.

VIDEO: Man randomly punches 12-year-old boy, fracturing his facial bones, NYPD says

In Bensonhurst, a man punched another man in the face after snatching his envelope containing over $250

Also in Bensonhurst, a man robbed a pharmacy of over 60 bucks worth of soap.

Again in Bensonhurst, a man got knocked out cold after a thief clocked him when he and an accomplice were stealing a phone from his car.

And again in Bensonhurst, a man got shot twice in the leg during a hold up when he wouldn’t give anything to the mugger.

And again in Bensonhurst, two men died of carbon monoxide poisoning inside their SRO apartments.

In Bath Beach, a man punched another man in the stomach and robbed his cellphone and got grabbed by the cops around the corner

Also in Bath Beach, a thief smashed a glass display case at a jewelry store and robbed over 35 grand worth of jewelry.

In Brighton Beach,  a man sneaked up behind a man and sucker punched him in the face on the street.

In Carrol Gardens, a man got shot in the back in a flurry of gunfire on the sidewalk.

In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a car jumped a curb and three men popped out strapped with guns and fired at a group of people hanging out on the sidewalk, killing a man and wounding four other men and a woman in a gang related attack.


Also in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a man hit the gas after he got pulled over by cops and smashed up a patrol vehicle, running lights and going the wrong way on streets to avoid getting arrested without a drivers license and wound up crashing into parked cars in East Flatbush.

In Weeksville, a man got shot in the torso by an intersection.

In Stuyvesant Heights, a man and a woman were both shot twice on the street.

Also in Stuyvesant Heights, a man got shot to death inside an apartment building where he lived.

In Boerum Hill, a man got shot in the ankle in front of an apartment building.

In Flatlands, a man got shot in the chest on the street and took an app hail livery car he meant to use for an errand to the hospital where he died from his wound.

In Mapleton, a man tagged a juice bar with profane and xenophobic graffiti.

In Borough Park, a rabbi with coronavirus held a religious prayer service clustered with hundreds of people inside a synagogue

Also in Borough Park, hundreds of men assembled in front of an apartment where a journalist lived and yelled menacing threats at him and made an infernal racket while obstructing the street for hours as cops guarded the entrance from the mob when they were making aggressive moves to access the building. The journalist was targeted by self-anointed leader of the Ultra-orthodox community who had him pinned against a building a few nights before . An ally of the leader doxxed the journalist by sending out his address on a encrypted text message after their leader got arrested.


In Highbridge at the Yankee Stadium/161 St. Station, a man got into an argument with a man breakdancing on the 6 train during showtime then the dancer smacked him in the head with his bluetooth speaker and knocked the commuter out cold.

Also in Highbridge, five man got hit by gunfire during a shootout with three other men at a parking lot.

Again in Highbridge, a man got shot to death in front of his house in a drive by as the killer kept blasting him as the victim was trying to run away.

In Soundview, a man walked up to car and shot a man in the jaw and arm while he was  sitting in the drivers seat while double parked on the street.

Also in Soundview, two 18-year-old men got shot and hit on the grounds of the St. Mary Houses.

In Norwood, a drunk man having an argument with two men on the street escalated when he walloped one of them and then killed the other man who tried to defend his friend by stabbing him in the chest.

In Claremont Village,a man got shot 5 times as he was walking on the street, getting hit in the back, chest, hand and leg but wouldn’t rat on the gunman.

Also in Claremont Village, a man ran towards and shot two men while they were hanging out in front of an apartment building.

In Tremont, a man got shot in the stomach following an argument with a man inside a apartment building lobby.

In Crotona Park East, a man was shot in front of townhouse building and bled to death in the lobby.

In Mott Haven, a man got shot in the neck while he was driving down the street.

Also in Mott Haven, a man got into a fight with another man at a bus stop when he accused him of looking at his wife, and then he repeatedly stabbed him when the dispute continued on the bus.

In Melrose, a man was shot in the stomach on the street a half an hour before sundown.

Also in Melrose, a man was shot to death on a street corner after a fight over a woman with his killer.

Again in Melrose, a man got shot in the leg inside an apartment building.

And again in Melrose, a man got mobbed by a gang of men and then got chased and shot to death on the street while he was on the phone with his mother.

In Fordham Manor,a man got stabbed by his girlfriend during a domestic dispute . The woman dragged him outside of the building and he collapsed on the sidewalk and bled to death and pleaded with cops that she killed him in self defense.

Also in Fordham Manor, a 19-year-old woman got shot to death at an illegal social club only a few months after she got shot on the sidewalk while hanging out with a group of people. Two men also got shot at the club and survived. The killer got caught by the cops at JFK trying to leave the country.

In Fordham Heights, two men got shot on a street corner.

Also in Fordham Heights, a man ran up towards a couple walking on the sidewalk and stuck a gun at the man’s back and stole his backpack. Then a car pulled up and he jumped into it.

Again in Fordham Heights, a man and his mom and dad ganged up on another man and hit him with a cane and wooden planks while the victim managed to bite off one of their ears while trying to retrieve his cellphone.

In Fordham Manor, a man got shot to death after an argument with the killer on a street corner.

In Mount Eden, an argument between a couple and a man inside a bodega escalated when the store clerk pulled out a gun and cornered him in the aisle and shot him in the chest because he thought he was shoplifting.

Also in Mount Eden, a man stabbed a woman to death in the hallway of an apartment building where she was living at with her father and ran out into the streets.

In Longwood, a man got into a car chase with cops in pursuit and then crashed it, then jumped out and fled while shooting at the cops as they were chasing him.

In Morrisania, a man shot another man three times on the street following an argument with him.

Also in Morrisania, two men were shot and got hit in the face and the other in the jaw, and another man who wasn’t targeted got shot in the hand in a drive by.

Again in Morrisania, a man who got kicked out a supermarket after getting caught shoplifting returned to challenge the manager while wielding a shotgun.

And again in Morrisania, three men standing in front of a public housing building got sprayed with bullets fired from a man in a van that rolled up by them in a drive by.

In Williamsbridge, cops responding to a domestic disturbance at an apartment building shot at a man when he ran out the door while armed with a BB gun and onto the streets. Then the perp shot at cops while being pursued and ran into a bodega where the cops tazed him and cuffed him.

In Charlotte Gardens, a man was shot to death inside a house.

In Concourse Village, a man robbed a scooter that was left in a parking lot.

In Sugar Hill, a 60-year-old man got shot in the leg on a street corner.

At the Gun Hill Houses, a man in a swell mood entered an apartment building then got off the elevator and confronted a man and engaged in an argument with him and then shot him in the stomach.

Also at the Gun Hill Houses, three shots hit a 15-year-old boy and 18-year-old man in front of an apartment building.

In Bedford Park, a man got stabbed to death in front of a pizzeria.

In Belmont, a man fell through the sidewalk in front of a vacant storefront while he was waiting for the bus and fell right into a den of rats that swarmed over him. Sounds like a a scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Also in Belmont, a man got shot in the gut on the street in the early morning hours.

In Hunts Point, a man beat his 66-year-old mother to death in her bedroom at her apartment.

In Allerton, a teenage man threw a rock and then wielded a machete at a fire truck that was responding to an auto accident and attacked the vehicle by stabbing at it and then attempted to access the truck and the cabin to get at the smoke eaters.


In Unionport, a man got in the leg at an apartment building by a man who was loitering there.

In Pelham Parkway, a man got shot to death in front of an apartment building while a Halloween party was going on.

In Morris Park, a man stabbed another man to death during a fight inside an apartment building hallway.

In West Bronx, two men got blasted in the chest and the other in the leg on a street corner.

In Crotona, three men botched a carjacking when the man they were trying to mark hit the gas and dragged one of them down the street after getting shot in the hand and crashed his car and the perp into an electric pole. The other two men ran away and left their accomplice behind

A man has mugged seven people at knifepoint and made off with over $5,000 in cash and cellphones on the subway in the last 3 months.


In Bayside, a man murdered his pregnant girlfriend by strangling her to death and dumped her body behind a bush on the Horace Harding Expressway.

In South Ozone Park, a woman threw her newborn baby out her second floor window after giving birth to it and cutting the umbilical cord with a scissor and the baby survived the fall. Then his mother cleaned up her bathroom and took a nap as he cried lying next to the garbage.

In Ozone Park, two teenage boys carjacked a livery cab driver’s vehicle by hitting him with pepper spray but was thwarted when a group of men came out of mosque and grabbed the kid with the spray for the police to take him in. The other latch key kid escaped.

Also in Ozone Park, a homeless man shot a bodega store clerk to death after the worker kicked him out of the store for being a nuisance and he returned with a gun from the car he was living in that was parked across the street. As the man was about to shoot the other clerk, an off-duty cop tackled him to the floor.

Again in Ozone Park, a man and a woman knocked down a neighborhood welcoming sign that was only installed there a day before.

In South Richmond Hill, a man killed himself while riding his motorcycle when he crashed into a parked SUV.

In Jamaica Hills, a man got stabbed in the back inside a park.

Also in Jamaica Hills, a man feigning to be a cop stopped another man on the sidewalk and shoved him against a wall and stole his cellphone and cash while he frisked him.

In Jamaica, a man got shot in the leg following a dispute in front of a barber shop.

Also in Jamaica, a man stole a car and ran over and killed a man while he was crossing the street. Then the killer abandoned the vehicle, stole another car and fled.

Again in Jamaica, a man got shot to death from point blank range at a park in broad daylight while children were playing there nearby the murder scene.

And again in Jamaica, a man got shot in the leg on the street after midnight.

And again in Jamaica, a man was shot to the front and back on the sidewalk in front o f a deli by two men riding on a moped right in front of his girlfriend and 7-year-old child.

And again in Jamaica, a 54-year-old woman and an 8-year-old girl got killed when a woman hit them with her SUV that she lost control of while trying to beat a red light. This gruesome tragedy goes along with the other 200 traffic fatalities on the streets of New York City this year.

In Far Rockaway, a woman and her son teamed up to murder a man when they approached their victim in his car and the woman smashed the window with a pipe and then her son shot him to death. The oedipal killer team got caught when they were pulled over on the highway and a search of her car found two loaded guns in a backpack and dozens of forged credit and debit cards plus hundreds of documents of people’s personal financial account ID numbers. The murder stemmed over the victim charging the duo 350 bucks for an auto repair job.

Also in Far Rockaway, a man shot another man in the leg by the boardwalk.

In Rockaway Beach, a dead man was found floating by a jetty.

Also in Rockaway Beach, a man got shot in the hip on the street.

Again in Rockaway Beach, an argument between two men escalated when one man shot the other in the kneecap on the street.

In Rockaway Park, a red van with alt-right wing agitprop written all over it went up in flames while it was parked by a curb after a man lit a cigarette by burning a paper towel that ignited the blaze.

Also in Rockaway Park, a man killed his girlfriend by choking her to death and threw her body off the balcony of his sixth floor apartment.

In Averne, a man shot another man in the leg to settle an argument at a building courtyard.

Also in Averne, a woman got hit in the leg by a stray bullet while she was waiting for an app-hail driver with a friend and after she noticed three men loitering on the sidewalk nearby.

In Ridgewood, a man got shot in the leg by a street corner.

Also in Ridgewood, a man got shot in the arm during a holdup and had his gold necklace robbed.

Again in Ridgewood, a man held up a bodega at gunpoint and showed the worker the bullets in the clip and made off with $250 and two packs of cigarettes. Don’t want to come off like Harry Callahan, but that clerk should have grabbed that shit when the skel removed that cartridge.

And again in Ridgewood, a man held up and robbed a woman at gunpoint at her apartment building in broad daylight.

In Woodhaven, a man and a woman stole a man’s car when he left it idling with the keys in the ignition as he went to talk to someone. The man ran a few blocks east to find the two thieves rummaging through his stuff in the vehicle and then got dragged on the street when the male thief hit the gas and went in reverse when he opened the door. Then the couple beat him down when the victim tried to get his keys back.

In Elmhurst, a man slashed three men inside a deli right after they placed food orders.

Also in Elmhurst, one of a gang of four men riding e-bikes shot a man in the knee on a street corner.

Again in Elmhurst, two men on a moped stopped next to a livery cab under a red light and one of them shot the passenger to death.

In Astoria, a man impatient with a woman exiting a cab threw a can at her while she was picking up her bags and then pushed her to the ground when she fought back.

Also in Astoria, a man killed himself in front of his friends while toying around with his gun at an apartment

Again in Astoria, a man threw a can of soda at a traffic cop when she was writing him a ticket for double parking, then the scofflaw hightailed it.

And again in Astoria, a man shoplifted over $4,000 worth of cosmetics from a chain pharmacy.

In Long Island City at the Queens Plaza Station, a man snatched a cellphone out of another man’s hand on the platform and jetted down the stairs.

In Flushing, four teenage boys looted items from a smoke shop and one of them clocked the worker in the head with a flashlight when he tried to stop them.

Also in Flushing, three men crashed a gambling den and held everyone at gunpoint and robbed the house of $7,000 cash and all the players cellphones that were worth about 13 large.

Again in Flushing and also in Auburndale, Forest Hills, Hillcrest, Bayside, Fresh Meadows and South Jamaica three teenage boys looted over cellphones and watches collectively worth over $16,000 from ten telecom provider stores in a month. They also hit a couple of cellphone stores in Brooklyn and the Bronx.

And again in Flushing, a man grabbed a woman from behind and sexually molested her while he had his pants down and his junk out at Flushing Meadows Park.

In Queens Village, a man walking on the sidewalk got shot multiple times by a gang of men who burst out of car with their guns blazing.

Also in Queens Village, a man ambushed a Chinese food delivery man and punched his face and stuck him up with a knife as he was about to drop off an order at a house and robbed his cellphone. The perp has used the same m.o. in 5 other holdups of delivery guys in the last 3 months, robbing them of cash and cellphones.

Again in Queens Village and Cambria Heights, a man has been targeting Chinese food delivery men as they drop off their orders and then holds them up at knifepoint and brutally assaulting them for the last three months, making off with over $1,500 and their cellphones in six muggings.

In Kew Gardens, a toothless grinning thief broke into two homes and robbed $100 worth of tools and other stuff.

Also in Kew Gardens, two cops discovered a brake line was cut on their patrol car after they rear-ended a vehicle in front of them.

Again in Kew Gardens at the Union Turnpike Station, a man randomly punched a woman in the face on the platform.

In Kew Gardens Hills, a 72-year-old man got killed when he got hit by a car while crossing the street at a red light.

Also in Kew Gardens Hills, two men held up a cellphone store at gunpoint and robbed it of 12 cellys and over 500 bucks from the register.

Again in Kew Gardens Hills, a woman got shot in the ankle by her male friend who tried to defend her from a man she was having an argument with on the street.

In Fresh Meadows, a group of people got busted trying to throw a rave at Cunningham Park and the promoters were stupid enough to hype the event as illegal.

In Woodside, a woman got killed when she got hit by an LIRR equipment train as she was wandering or lying on the tracks.

In Jackson Heights at the Roosevelt Ave. Station, a man ripped a cellphone off another man’s hands while he was sitting on the F train and the dumb crook took selfies with it later on.

Also in Jackson Heights, a man spray painted 20 cars parked on the curb with the initials of Black Lives Matter and the 14th District’s Rep. Ocasio-Cortez.

Again in Jackson Heights at the 74th St./Roosevelt Ave. Station, a man walked up to a woman and spat in her face on the E train and ran away. When the woman decided to chase him down, the pig turned around and repeatedly punched her in the face.

In Corona, a man got slashed in the head and shot in the chest on a street corner in the middle of the night.

Also in Corona, a man stalked an 11-year-old girl while driving his car and failed to abduct her. Then he got arrested and later walked out of the precinct on his own recognizance.

In St. Albans, a woman got killed when two cars hit her and ran her over after she crossed the street with the red light.

In Glendale, a man found a credit card on the sidewalk and spent 85 bucks at a convenience store with it. It really shouldn’t be that easy.

In College Point, a NYPD detective crashed his car into the gate of the police academy while driving drunk.

In Sunnyside, critical mass fast and furious car gathering events are still going on at the Home Depot and other vast parking lots in the area along with rampant speeding on the streets, leading to one driver crashing his car into a house fence.

On Roosevelt Island, a man got shot in the arm an hour after midnight.

In Glen Oaks, an off-duty crashed his car into a parked car while driving drunk.

On the Queensboro Bridge, a social media addicted teenage fool climbed the girders just to take pictures of himself for likes and chump change on his accounts. His idiotic stunt froze traffic going both ways for hours.

At JFK Airport, two truck drivers raided cargo buildings on the premises and robbed over $6,000,000 of high end designer merchandise and jewelry by fabricating documents and transferring them to a beauty shop in Jamaica in trucks they would wind up abandoning on the curbs. The two men and a middle man involved in their heist and hustle made $5,000,000 before they all got pinched.

The subway train window smasher is still on the loose and is still smashing windows in defiance of the MTA’s $12,500 reward and the continued lack of presence of NYPD patrolling the stations.

Staten Island

In Eltingville, a man held up a supermarket at gunpoint and robbed over $5,800 from the registers and a couple cartons of Newports and then he carjacked a woman’s vehicle in a shopping mall parking lot.

Also in Eltingville, a man held up a fruit market at gunpoint and robbed it 500 bucks.

In Grasmere, a man broke into a bakery by throwing a brick through the glass door and robbed it of 175 bucks. The bakery is struggling to survive during the pandemic.

In Donghan Hills, a burglar broke into a bakery/restaurant and robbed $260 from the register and destroyed doors and storage bins.

In Bulls Head, a man broke into a Polish deli with a rock through the door window and stole 20 bucks.

In Great Kills, two men broke into a cafe and a restaurant located on the same boulevard and made off with over a thousand dollars and jewelry.

Also in Great Kills, burglars made off with over $10,300 after breaking into a deli and a Chinese restaurant and breaking their security cameras.

In St. George,  a man grabbed a woman by the throat on the sidewalk then stole her handbag and ran away.

Also in St. George, a man got stabbed during a mugging by three teenage boys and managed to walk to a police station to report it.

Again in St. George, a man boarded a city bus with no mask on and was refused entry, then he broke the glass on the door by kicking it.

In Port Richmond, a man boarded a city bus without a mask and holding a cup of coffee and blew off the bus driver who asked him to wear a mask. When the driver tried to ask him to leave, the vector threw coffee and her face and injured her arm by throwing her to the floor.

In Prince’s Bay, a man got pulled over by the cops and got caught driving with a suspended license and trafficking superhero label baggies of heroin. He pleaded with the cops to only charge him for the license. That’s not how it works, skelly.

In New Brighton, a man broke into a woman’s apartment with a gun in his hand looking for someone.

In West Brighton, a man knocked down another man with one punch then stomped on him with his construction boots.

Also in West Brighton, bullet shells were found on the street from shooting that occurred at 10 p.m.

In Stapleton, two men were involved in a gunpoint robbery of another man on a street corner.

In Midland Beach, a man walked into a playground and took off his pants and britches and paced back and forth with his banana and plums out in front of children and their parents

On the Staten Island Expressway, a couple got into a car crash and then the woman tried to ditch a bag of blow and heroin shaped like a ball to the man when the cops arrived.

In Oakwood, an 86-year-old man killed another elderly man with his car when he ran the red light.

In Willowbrook, two men and a woman caused property damage while being kicked out of a hotel for causing a disturbance.

Xenophobic based violent attacks against Asian people have continued to rise in the borough (and the other 4 boroughs as well) since the pandemic began in March.

7 men wanted for committing homicides in 2020 are still on the loose.

New Jersey Frees The Weed



Way to go and infinite thanks to 67% of New Jersey voters to finally end their prohibition of the personal use and commercial distribution of marijuana!! And just like the Giants and Jets, this is as much a provincial claim and shared victory for New York City and State citizens too.

There’s already reactionary bellyaching to this, with certain rigid folks harping about how there isn’t enough local supply to be sold commercially and communities will not approve a store in their towns which is just fearmongering about dealers selling out in the open with impunity. But the referendum shows that there’s no impunity anymore. As for supply, surely the overwhelming demand for the ganja will instantly fulfill that in a matter of months. It’s also doubtful that with 67% of voters raising their voice for common sense distribution, pretty sure a bulk of them are from those communities and even the most conservative folks might not even notice quality strains being sold from the nearby CVS store.

New Jersey isn’t the only one that has embraced the effects of the high, budgetary potential of money that will be flowing in to their state coffers that is. Red States Arizona, North Dakota and Montana voters also passed referendums on recreational pot legalization, illustrating that they have more common sense and are more progressive than Blue State Governor Cuomo, who could have easily legalized pot with a stroke of his pen during the last big ugly budget that he unilaterally controlled via the executive power the Senate and Assembly gave him weeks before when the pandemic started in New York.

Apparently, Cuomo the Narc would rather have the state continue to make money jailing people for pot than getting more money from the taxes from the sales of pot from those same consumers.  But that doesn’t mean shit anymore, now instead of risking arrest for buying or smoking pot on the streets of NYC, buying sweet buds and smoking them are now a short convenient car, or PATH bus and subway train ride away!

Sure you can bring the kind back to the city, possession is legal even though smoking it is not but there are still plenty of spots to spark up with impunity. But thanks to Jersey, the hope is still alive that pot will finally be as legal as booze again, because Cuomo has to run for re-election and once he sees the surplus coming in from state wide pot sales over the Hudson, the megalomaniac governor will have to hold on to his ego and sign an E.O. for weed’s inevitable liberation, especially if he wants to win re-election again.

So thanks again to New Jersey and also Arizona, Montana and South Dakota for blazing the freedom trail to blaze joints and blunts and hitting pipes and bongs and ensuring that personal liberties still matter and will make America truly great and mighty high again.