New Bad Days 94: Mental Health And Homeless Crisis Reaches New Heights Of Depravity As A Homeless Man Stalks And Slays Woman Inside Her Apartment, Another Homeless Man Stalks And Slays A Woman Commuting To Work, Another Homeless Man Bashes A Woman With A Hammer And Another Homeless Man Harasses And Splays Woman With His Own Shit; The Drill Rap Genre Loses Another Young Rapper To Gun Violence; Man Gets His Head Crushed On The Crosswalk From Double Hit-And-Run SUV Drivers; Shootout Following A Baby Shower Party Leads To Two Dead; Man Threatens Mass Shooting At Hospital Had Massive Arsenal At His Apartment; Persistent Violence And Weapons Smuggling Continue To Plague Public Schools To Correlate With the Persistent Rise In Shootings And All Major Crime Categories Happening On The Streets

Mayor Adams: Acting A Fool While New York City Bleeds

The fact that February is the shortest month of the year had absolutely no impact to decrease the ascension of crime rates in New York City, which have gone up every consecutive month since Bill de Blasio’s final abominable year as mayor and which Eric Adams has actually outshined his inept predecessor in only 59 days in office with an ironic 59% rise in total felonies last month. Shootings continued to happen routinely every day despite President Biden’s belated visit to NYC to attend the funeral of Wilbert Mora and also to NYPD headquarters where in a prepared speech with no press allowed inside he called for more robust efforts to curb gun violence and promised funding for law enforcement.

But just like when Biden told his donors that nothing will fundamentally change, the same applies to the rampant crime currently dominating the headlines by gun violence and uninhibited violent outbursts committed by the homeless on the subway, and also the way under reported and equally disturbing rise in auto theft and gang warfare. The disturbingly rarely available and seen Commissioner Keechant Sewell recently tried to dispel these horrific trends while projecting leadership at the same time by declaring that this city will not return to “Bad Old Days” at an event held at 1 Police Plaza   touting the arrival of tactical NYPD gun control units and collaborative subway safety teams of cops and homeless outreach workers  although she mostly directed her reassurances an audience of mostly rich elites who were invited to the event and not to the public since she banned the press from reporting on it. But at least she’s cognizant that she can’t direct a false narrative about it like the incessant desperation by urbanish tools on social media platforms to promote NYC as safe by comparing the crime stats of today to 1990. Even the notorious D.A. Alvin Bragg is finally acknowledging the reality of his own violent surroundings as his prosecuting decisions (more like lack of) as only exacerbated recidivism of habitual and remorseless criminals. Even if it took the concerns of his neighbors uptown to convince himand how nearly half of the habitual criminals released on the deformed bail laws wound up committing a crime again.

Sewell’s press bashfulness was evident even during the grand announcement of the subway safety teams but it was inconspicuous thanks to the appearance of the media glory hogs Mayor Eric Adams and Governor Kathy “Clown” Hochul summit grand event in the subway debuting their transit safety plan to bring down the homeless crisis presence, daily senseless violence, rising deaths and myriad inappropriate subway sightings with their “SOS” teams of cops, psychiatric nurses and homeless counselors (confirming the subway as the subterranean insane asylum it’s turned into these last 2 years).  Since Adams bloviating orders to curb inappropriate behavior on the trains, homeless people are still stretching out on the seats, still hauling carts and still dying in the transit system during the slow rollout of these task forces. If his wide ranging and expensive programs to bring down crime on the streets and subway doesn’t pan out, Adams is going to utterly regret calling himself the “Biden of Brooklyn” if nothing will fundamentally will change on Compstat’s monthly results. It’s already bad enough for him that he’s already proved his detractors right by being de Blasio 2.0. So he better stop fucking around with his juvenile viral video behavior and man up and be the crime fighting mayor he promised voters to be.


In the Lower East Side, a homeless man loitering in front of an apartment building stalked a woman going inside, grabbed the door right before it shut, then followed upstairs to her unit and attacked her inside her apartment and mercilessly stabbed her to death and left her body in a bloody pulp in her bathtub after stabbing her 40 times. When the cops arrived to investigate after getting 911 calls from neighbors hearing the victim’s screams, the killer mimicked a woman’s voice to fool them but the cops broke down the door and collared the bastard.

The indicted killer spent the last year hustling in train stations by metrocard machines which he damaged on 3 occasions back in December so he would sell swipes to people needing to get on the trains (kind of like a toll troll). When the cops nailed him breaking a machine, he tried to flee into the streets but failed. But was able to get free thanks to the bail reform laws as a judge released him. At the time of the murder the shameless recidivist and K-2 addcict  was placed on supervised release” under the bail reform law after punching a man at a train station for swiping his own card for a woman who needed to pay the fare but couldn’t because of the metrocard machine he broke.

A memorial placed for Christina Yuna Lee got destroyed twice in the weeks after her tragic death, which has led to a rise in sales of pepper spray in NYC.

Also in the Lower East Side, a woman shoplifted products from the same department store three times in four days.

In Chinatown, a homeless man bashed an elderly man in the head during a fight on the street.

Also in Chinatown at the Canal St. Station, a man randomly attacked another man and stabbed him in the arm on the 6 train.

In Harlem, an off-duty cop attending a memorial for a resident at the Manhattanville Houses confronted two boys who he caught possessing a gun and one of them shot him in the foot.

Also in Harlem, a man smacked his ex-girlfriend and snatched her cellphone out of her hands during a domestic dispute after she kicked him out her apartment. Both are off-duty cops.

Again in Harlem, a woman and and a 2-year-old  girl got attacked and bitten by two pit bulls owned by a woman who couldn’t control them.

And again in Harlem, a man approached another man and shot him in the middle of the street. The victim survived the point blank murder attempt.

And again in Harlem, a man walking on the sidewalk took out his gun and shot it up towards the sky like he was officiating a foot race.

In East Harlem, a city bus got hit with stray bullets during shootout between two gangs on the street in broad daylight, one of which almost hit a passenger. MTA drivers are now demanding to have kevlar vests as part of their work uniforms.

Also in East Harlem, three men chased another man on the street and caught him in the middle of the intersection and beat him down to the asphalt and left him unconscious. Then somebody driving an SUV ran over his head.

Again in East Harlem, a woman beat her aunt to death in their apartment and left her body in the bathtub.

And again in East Harlem, three men terrorized a woman on the street as they pistol whipped her and bashed her car with baseball bats with two children sitting inside.

And again in East Harlem, a man lurking on the sidewalk took out a gun and shot a man he was pursuing inside a liquor store as a number of people flee. The victim then went inside a deli next door and bled out and died from his wounds as other people walked around and over him continuing their daily routines in the most violent part of the city.

And again in East Harlem, a man jacked a SUV with an 11-year-old boy still sitting in the front seat while his dad went to buy food from a supermarket and left his car idling. After lying to the boy that he was his father’s friend, he damaged the vehicle while driving down the streets and then left the boy in the Bronx by himself after failing to steal his cellphone and then drove the SUV to South Queens where he abandoned it.

And again in East Harlem,  a man walked up to a park car and shot a drug dealer to death who was sitting in the drivers seat and wounded his nephew who was with him in the front seat.

In Midtown, a man stuck up another man at gunpoint on a street corner near midnight.

Also in Midtown, a fire went off inside a hotel that recently permanently closed for business.

Again in Midtown, Eric Adams vaccinated NYPD were deployed to a  cineplex to arrest 10 people who tried to go to the movies. Two of the people arrested were reporters covering the civil disobedience.

And again in Midtown at the 59th St. Station, an argument between two women escalated when one of them slashed the other in the head with a box cutter on the 6 train.

And again in Midtown at the 42nd St./Bryant Park Station, a homeless man attempted suicide by jumping in front of the arriving 7 train.

And again in Midtown, a man randomly punched another man in the face as he passed by him on the sidewalk an ran away. The victim happens to be a diplomat from South Korea.

And again in Midtown, a man sneaked up behind and sucker punched a 76-year-old woman in the head on the sidewalk.

And again in Midtown at the Grand Central Station, four men jumped a man heading for the S train and beat him up and stole his celly.

And again in Midtown, a sheet of ice from a billionaire’s row luxury tower landed on a car and injured a woman while she was driving by.

This tower. With the fucking slope.

And again in Midtown at the 53rd St./Lexington Ave. Station, a man yelled bigoted homophobic remarks at young commuter on the platform.

And again in Midtown, graffiti blight has come to an upper class enclave by the East River.

And again in Midtown, a fight between two women on the 5 train escalated when one of the woman slashed her foe in the head with a boxcutter.

And again in Midtown, the most looted chain pharmacy store in the area finally went out of business.

In Times Square, a man tripping out on hand sanitizer (!!!) punched a four-year-old boy in the head and knocked him down on the pavement as he walked past by his mother and aunt. The boy’s mother grabbed the perp and wrestled him to the sidewalk and held him til the cops arrived. The loon kicked one of the cops while resisting arrest, even though this guy was sprung four other times for past random assaults thanks to the state’s deformed bail reform law.

In the Upper West Side, a man complimented another man about his jacket, then he stuck him up at gunpoint and stole it off him on the street.

Also in the Upper West Side, thieves are stealing newspapers from subscribers from their porches, stoops and residential building vestibules and selling them on the streets and to bodegas.

Again in the Upper West Side at the 86th St. Station, a delivery worker caught a man lying when he asked him where he got a bin of packages his company ships and the skell claimed he worked for them also and was delivering them, but then he dropped it and made the dash when he got found out.

And again on the Upper West Side at the 72nd St. Station, a woman got punched in the face by another woman who then snatched her cellphone from her hands and ran off the 3 train. People need to take breaks from their social media during their commutes.

And again in the Upper West Side, a crossing guard daily yells bigoted and violent remarks at children and their parents, so the city transferred her to direct traffic and students somewhere else.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man died in a fire inside his apartment in a mesh covered building at the Amsterdam Houses.

And again in the Upper West Side, a church had to cordon off a row of steps with a chain and an un-Christian sign where homeless people were loitering, doing drugs and using as a toilet for months and also after fights broke out and passerby were attacked by them.

And again in the Upper West Side, residents subscription newspapers are being stolen from stoops by petty thieves for resale to bodegas and newsstands, snatching them while the delivery worker drops them off.

In the Upper East Side, two men held up an Italian restaurant at gunpoint in the early afternoon and tied up a waitress and then grabbed the owner when he just arrived. After demanding where the safe was and having trouble opening it because a lens popped out.

And again in the Upper East Side at the 86th St. Station, a man tried to assault a 6-year-old boy and his mother with a nightstick after the child accidentally kicked him on the 4 train.

And again in the Upper East Side at the 53rd St./Lexington Ave. Station, a woman robbed a purse off a commuter after she kicked her on the E train and got caught and arrested by the cops who caught her taking cash out of a wallet. The woman was released following her arraignment without bail despite 59 prior arrests including a robbery she committed at the 63rd St Station two days earlier because of D.A. Bragg’s decareration edicts.

In Washington Heights at the West 163rd St. Station, a man ambushed a woman while she was on her cellphone and held her up at knifepoint on the mezzanine, then he snatched her purse and ran away.

Also in Washington Heights at the West 181st St. Station, a man asked a young couple what time it was and was shunned profusely, so he stabbed the young woman in the arm with a knife.

Again in Washington Heights at the 168th St. Station, two boys stabbed a man during a mugging on the platform.

And again in Washington Heights, an off-duty cop got arrested for driving drunk after he reported his car stolen.

And again in Washington Heights, three people died in a car wreck after the driver lost control of his car while speeding on the highway and it crashed through the railing and landed on the train tracks below.

In Hell’s Kitchen, a man got pulled over by the cops in his car with tinted windows, then he hit the gas and crashed it and jumped out and fled. The man lost the cops by going up on the roof of an apartment building and then killed himself trying to jump to the neighboring building.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a couple stole over 4.5 billion dollars in bitcoin for their money laundering scheme.

Again in Hell’s Kitchen, a 15-year-old girl and her ex-boyfriend and his brother got into an argument on the street that escalated when her ex pulled out a gun and tried to shoot her windows at her apartment where she lived but the gun misfired. The girl called her father who arrived with a co-worker who was also on break from their jobs as Sanitation workers and then he took her ex and beat him down to the pavement while his co-worker held back his brother so he couldn’t intervene. Then his brother took his gun and shot her father in the leg twice and both of them stole his car and drove off.

And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a chain pharmacy finally closed it’s business after over a year of daily lootings.

In the East Village, a man shoplifted 10 packaged steaks from a supermarket as workers let him walk out the door. Then the man had difficulty carrying what he looted and grabbed a garbage bag from a street sweeper and put all the meat inside, but the sweeper caught him in the act and refused to let him take it despite the man’s promise that he would reimburse him.

Also in the East Village, a man shoplifted a couple cans of soda pop from the same supermarket where that guy stole all that meat. When stopped by a reporter on the sidewalk who asked him why he stole them, the petty thief justified it with a rambling defense.

Again in the East Village at the 14th St. Station, a homeless man stabbed a man three time in the thigh while he was break dancing on the L train. After the attack, the victim evaded his assailant by going out side of the train and holding onto to the car while going through the tunnel, which doesn’t make any sense at all.

And again in the East Village, stolen items and other pilfered merchandise were being sold on blankets on the sidewalk spanning the entire block. Which has been going on in this district for the last two years in concert with the looting of chain pharmacy stores, leading a bulk of them to close up shop for good or locking their products in glass cabinets.

And again in the East Village, a man beat the shit out of another man in front of a theater where the victim was about to perform in.

And again in the East Village, a man stalked a woman to her apartment building and grabbed her in the lobby and tried to rape her and ran away with her purse.

In Chelsea, a man got attacked by two men in front of one of Jeff Bezos’s supermarkets and got slashed in the face with a shiv.

Also in Chelsea at the 28th St. Station, a man sucker punched another man in the face on the 1 train and stole money off him while he was still dazed.

Again in Chelsea, a man sucker punched a sanitation worker in the head while he was hauling garbage into a truck. Who was able to execute this sudden attack because D.A. Alvin Bragg sprung him after he was arraigned for shoplifting and threatening a department store worker with a pair of scissors and one of his clerks took off that ultraviolent little detail from the police report to get him released.

In Tompkins Square, the Comcast/NBC network’s show Law and Order SVU’s producers evicted homeless people along with all their belongings and tents and replaced them with their homeless encampment with extras portraying the city’s most vulnerable and destitute. Probably the scummiest thing a tv show has ever done to this city.

In Soho, five men bum rushed an upscale fashion boutique, roughed up the security guard and stole over $45,000 of merchandise during a smash and grab robbery.

Also in Soho at the Spring St. Station, a man laid down on the tracks as the 6 train ran over him. He died from his injuries at the hospital.

Again in Soho at the Broadway/Lafayette Station, a man punched a 69-year-old man in the nose for no reason on the platform of the B/D/F line.

In Tribeca at the Canal St. Station, a man felt a woman up on the E train and then tried to rape her at the end of the car.

In Inwood, an app-food delivery man got beaten down by four men in an apartment building vestibule while he was about to drop an order off to a tenant.

Looks like a setup.

Also in Inwood, two men jumped a 17-year-old boy making a food delivery and held him up at gunpoint and stole $400 off him including the food he brought over. Which makes this look like it was a heist.

Again in Inwood, three men bum rushed a barber shop and targeted a customer and drew their guns on him and stole his jewels and watch collectively worth over $150,000.

In Union Square, a man slashed another man on his hand with a straight razor on the Q train and got away as the victim got off the train leaving a trail of blood on the stairs.

In the West Village at the 14th St. Station, a man randomly socked a commuter in the face who was waiting for the F train.

In Hamilton Heights, a man got stabbed in the back and leg while he was walking on the sidewalk at midnight and another man got stabbed in the arm five blocks away two hours earlier.

In Morningside Heights, a man walked into a chain pharmacy and when to the freezer aisle and was brazenly shoplifting pints of ice cream (which go for over $6.00) and then viciously assaulted a worker when she tried to stop him, as he punched her in the face and shoved her to the floor.

Also in Morningside Heights at the 116th St. Station, a man demanded another man and a woman who were smoking on the 1 train, and the offended smoking man stabbed him in the arm.

In Hudson Heights, a man held up two men at gunpoint while they were dining at a fancy restaurant and robbed over 140 g’s worth of jewels off them.

In Kips Bay, a man and a woman got caught shoplifting paper towels from a chain pharmacy and the man drew a box cutter on a worker who tried to stop them.

In Stuyvesant Town, a 13-year-old boy ignited fires on two apartment complex security golf carts and blazed up a pile of garbage inside a chain pharmacy store.

In Greenwich Village, a restaurant al fresco shanty set up covered with decorative twigs and ivy caught on fire.

Also in Greenwich Village, a woman punched her 81-year-old woman in the face and then slugged a cop while in custody following being charged for her arrest.

Again in Greenwich Village at the West 4th St. Station, a man slashed another man on the stairs on the mezzanine.

And again in Greenwich Village, students are engaging in wanton ultraviolence at a middle school, filming their fights and exploits on social media platforms as the principal refuses to discipline the boys and girls for their nihilistic behavior.

In Herald Square, a man got caught shoplifting and in possession of a loaded gun at Macy’s.

In NoMad, Gramercy Park, Union Square, East Village and Little Italy, a homeless man spent an evening walking through the city randomly assaulting Asian women in seven attacks where he punched them in the face using his fists and elbow.

In Downtown Manhattan, sheets of ice from towers came crashing to the ground during a blustery overcast afternoon.


In East Flatbush, a man tripping balls on booze and drugs stalked a woman as she was walking to work and then whacked her with a stick from behind and stabbed her multiple times in a parking lot where she was taking a short cut. The woman made it to her destination with the knife still lodged in her back and later died from her wounds at the hospital. Her family was concerned about a stalker that was bothering her for weeks. Her killer lived a few blocks away from the supermarket where she worked at and was intoxicated when he committed the gruesome slaying.

Also in East Flatbush, a man shot another man to death and wounded two other men on the street, releasing a fusillade of bullets raining 24 shots on them in broad daylight.

Again in East Flatbush, a man killed his girlfriend in his car after crashing into a tractor trailer while driving drunk.

In East New York at the Van Siclen Ave. Station, a man sucker punched a woman and stabbed her in the torso multiple times on the platform.

Also in East New York, at the Euclid Ave. Station, a man fell off the platform as the A train arrived and broke his leg.

Again in East New York at the Broadway Junction Station, a man shot another man in the chest to settle an argument on the L train platform.

In Bed-Stuy, a man got shot to death by two men as he while sitting in a parked car after he recorded some rap songs at a studio that was listed on airbnb. In a press conference about the killing, Mayor Adams told the M.C.’s life story while pretending to cry, how he was another life lost to lack of public services and started to feign tears during a speech to bring down gun violence in the rap community, although the father of the victim accused Adams of lying about his son’s past to score political points and command more media attention. But probably also for Adams to get credibility for his ludicrous demand of social media platforms to ban drill rap music, inspired by President Biden’s similar demand to social media platforms to ban “vaccine misinformation”. No wonder Adams calls himself the Biden of Brooklyn (even though he’s from New Jersey Queens)

Also in Bed-Stuy, a man sneaked up behind another man and punched him in the head and ran away in the other direction.

Again in Bed-Stuy, a young man got shot to death while sitting inside a parked car in front of a building where he recorded rap songs in an apartment being used as a recording studio for rent on Airbnb.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a body of a dead man was found in a building under development that went on fire where squatters have been sheltering in for the last 5 years.

And again in Bed-Stuy at the Flushing Ave. Station, a rumble between two gangs on the platform led to three 16-year-old boys and a young man getting stabbed.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a fire ignited by faulty electrical wiring in a rowhouse building killed a woman and her 1-year-old baby daughter.

And again in Bed-Stuy, another fire at a rowhouse building killed a 74-year-old woman resident inside.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a 14-year-old boy got shot in the leg from a stray bullet in front of a high school in broad daylight after the school day ended with two cops on patrol sitting in a car nearby.

In Crown Heights, an 18-year-old woman got killed in a car wreck when her friend crashed his car into a lamppost while speeding down the street and evading the cops who followed in pursuit as the driver ran a red light while trying to drop her off at her house that was a few blocks away. Her two other friends got injured from the collision as well.

Also in Crown Heights, a man pulled out a gun and shot at the door of an apartment building four times after he couldn’t access the building after knocking on it.

Again in Crown Heights, two men got into a shootout with other gunmen in two different cars during a drive-by as they were walking on the sidewalk.

And again in Crown Heights, a man pulled out his gat and walked up to a car stopped at the light and shot at it multiple times in broad daylight. The driver of the vehicle suffered multiple wounds from the fusillade.

The suspect let off a few rounds before fleeing.

And again in Crown Heights, a man stabbed his roommate to death inside their apartment following an argument about the victim hogging the bathroom.

And again in Crown Heights at the Franklin Ave. Station, a Samaritan caught a man stalking a woman and intervened so she can flee from him, then the stalker attacked him and slashed him in the neck with a shiv.

In Cypress Hills, a man got shot to death on the street after he stepped out of his car in front of his house after he just got home from a late shift at his job.

In Bushwick, a man shot another man twice in the leg inside a public housing building.

In Brownsville, a 17-year-old boy got shot in the foot on the street in broad daylight.

Also in Brownsville, a man shot another man to death on the sidewalk and wounded a bystander coming out of a deli across the street with a fusillade of bullets in broad daylight. The killer spent over 40 rounds.

Again in Brownsville, an argument between two men in a hallway inside an apartment building escalated and then ended when one of them pulled out a gun and shot the other 5 times, wounding both his legs and arm.

And again in Brownsville, a woman got killed riding her ebike as a school bus driver failed to yield while making a turn and ran over her. The woman used the bike to commute, because it was cheaper than driving and safer than the subway.  She also used it for delivery work to save money so she could get out of this damn city with her family and was actually mocked by some of her neighbors for transportation choice.

In Manhattan Beach, a 99-year-old man going on his weekly walk to his neighborhood synagogue got killed while crossing the street by a real estate magnate who ran him over with his expensive car. The driver had multiple prior speeding and red light violation tickets and despite this recidivism, the cops did not collar him. Pedestrian fatalities from car accidents have gone up by 75%.

In Williamsburg,  a 15-year-old boy sneaked up behind a man and threw a roundhouse punch upside his head and also suckerpunched another man in the head in Bed-Stuy.

Also in Williamsburg, two men tagged a building and a school bus with swastikas.

Again in Williamsburg at the Marcy Ave. Station, a man attempted suicide by jumping in front of the arriving J train.

And again in Williamsburg and again at the Marcy Ave. Station, a man got irked seeing another man about to shoot up smack on the J train and told him to not do that, then the junkie hit him in the head with a pipe.

And again in Williamsburg and also Greenpoint, LIC in Queens and the LES, UES and Gramercy Park in Manhattan, burglars broke into a bunch of  “15 minute” “cloud” messenger grocery delivery service stores and stole laptops, unlicensed mopeds, e-scooters and ebikes in a two month crime spree. Ironically, customers of this convenient app service are not permitted to go inside these commercial spaces.

A 15 minute grocery store at night

In Marine Park, a man got shot in the gut following a fight with his assailant inside an event space.

In Canarsie, a 17-year-old boy and a young man got stabbed during an outnumbered brawl with a gang of other men in a supermarket parking lot.

In Brighton Beach, two men barged into a man’s apartment after tricking him into thinking he got a postal delivery and then they beat him down and hog-tied him to the floor and robbed two watches worth over 350 large from him after they bribed his dog with a snack.

In Boerum Hill, a man got plowed by a car in a hit and run and flipped in the air like a bowling pin as he tried to cross the street.

In Gravesend, a gas leak explosion collapsed two connected houses at the break of dawn. The source of the leak came from the house that was abandoned years ago and the residents weren’t home in the next building. That’s some good kismet.

In Borough Park, a FDNY captain got busted for selling and trafficking ecstasy and steroids upstate.

Also in Borough Park, a gang of five teenagers raided a car parked in a Yehsiva school bus lot and then beat down a 70-year-old attendant who caught them in the act. The punks made off with a bunch of cell phone chargers after tussling with another worker who threw a thermos and his coffee at them.

In Prospect Heights at the Franklin Ave. Station, two men confronted a man on the platform and accused him of giving them a mean look, then one of them took out a hatchet and tried to chop him up.

Also in Prospect Heights, a man stole bags of mail from a green USPS box three times  in the last two months.

In Sheepshead Bay, a man got grifted by a woman pretending to be a bill collector and two men bum rushed his apartment and drew guns on him after he let her in. After shooting their mark in the leg during a brief struggle, they zip tied him and stole his cellphone and watch.

Also in Sheepshead Bay, a man got grifted by two men who he met to buy his car through a craigslist ad and they beat him up, stabbed him multiple times and stole his ride.

In Red Hook a man possessing a gun impersonated a cop filled up the tank for his car for free at a gas station.

In Gowanus, a young man got rowdy at a party at warehouse building “event space” and got kicked out by bouncers, then got into a brawl with them outside and pulled out a knife and stabbed one in the chest and the other in the back, killing one of them.

In Midwood, an 89-year-old woman walked out of her house on a freezing day and greeted a man who was loitering around drinking coffee. Then the man suddenly kicked her from behind like Hulk Hogan and knocked her down onto to pavement. Then he walked around her while carrying a shopping bag.

Also in Midwood, a 5-year-old boy got plowed by a car on the sidewalk when it was backing up out of a driveway.

Again in Midwood, a man ran up to a car and shot a livery cab driver in the back as he was letting a passenger out of his car

In Prospect Heights at the Grand Army Plaza Station, a man snatched a sneaker off a woman’s foot and ran for and hopped the turnstiles and escaped.

In Flatlands, a 17-year-old boy got run over by a car while crossing the street and died from his injuries.

Also in Flatlands, a 17-year-old boy approached another man on the sidewalk and slapped his face so hard his yarmulke fell off.

Again in Flatlands, a man got killed while crossing the street after getting hit by an SUV driver.

In Boerum Hill, an app-food delivery man drove his unlicensed moped on the sidewalk and grabbed a woman’s ass he rode by her.

In Fort Greene, a woman snatched 3 bucks from a tip jar on a bodega counter, then went apeshit and broke the store and door windows when she couldn’t get more money.

Also in Fort Greene, a man deliberately bumped into another man on the sidewalk and then beat him down to the pavement and robbed him.

Again in Fort Greene, a woman threw a bottle of bleach at a worker and another woman smashed a combo lock on her roommates at a woman’s homeless shelter.

In Clinton Hill, a woman left her citibike unattended and two men jumped on it and rode away.

In Sunset Park, a man stalked a woman from a train station and beat the shit out of her,  then masturbated on top of her and sexually assaulted her while strangling her at her apartment building before the sun came up.

In Bensonhurst at the 63rd St. Station, a man stabbed another man multiple times on the platform. The wounded victim got on the next train and met up with cops at the 20th St. Station but wouldn’t divulge his attackers identity.

In Kensington, a 65-year-old woman got hit by a car as she was crossing the street while the driver was making a turn into the intersection. She died the next day from her injuries. Failure to yield needs to be a more punitive charge.

A woman who ordered a ride on a car hail app nearly got kidnapped when her driver stopped his car after a few minutes and a white van arrived beside him. The woman instinctively knew something was rotten and fled from the car she was in, but then the driver in the white van pursued her down the street and then she cut down another block and hid behind a jeep and a pile of snow to lose the creeps.

A city bus got hit by a stray bullet that was centimeters away from the fuel tank.


In Bedford Park, two men got into a fight on the street after getting into an argument at a baby shower in an event space inside mixed-use building nearby, then it escalated into a shooting duel as one of them killed the other with a blast to the head. Then the victim’s brother and his friends attacked him, causing the killer to drop the gun and he shot the man down in cold blood.

Also in Bedford Park at the Bedford Park Blvd. Station, a man committed suicide by jumping in front of the arriving 4 train.

In Norwood, a man got shot to death on the street by another man who ambushed him as he came out of a store and blasted him five times from behind at point blank range.

Also in Norwood, a man attempted to rob an office by going through a first floor window, but it turned out to be a police precinct and he wound up instantly arrested after a foot pursuit inside the station

In Wakefield at the 241st St. Station, a man made lurid flirtations towards a woman on the platform. And after she ignored him and walked away, the man took a shit and put it in a bag and then walked up to her as she was sitting on a bench and smeared his poop all over her face and back. The man’s recent recidivism this year also includes two other assaults on the subway and grabbing a bunch of screwdrivers at a hardware store and challenging a worker to call the cops on him after he wielded one of them at him.

The Mr. Hanky of subway violence was eventually arrested by the cops for this fecal assault and for a bias attack against a Jewish man he spat on and took a swing at while smearing anti-Semitic remarks at him last year. The crapster had a good laugh with the cops by making bad puns about his latest offense and also called the judge a bitch while she was about to let him back on the streets again because of the bail reform laws.

Sure he’s having a bigger laugh at Mayor Adams when he threw a public tantrum about him being let loose to throw shit on others again when he decried the bail reform law even though he couldn’t do shit about it when he got spanked in Albany and left with only a pear and an apple from the Senate majority leader and no modifications to the deformed law and took his frustrations out on journalists. And if this isn’t absurdly surreal, a state assembly member is crafting a bill to make smearing poop on people a felony. So now we have to keep our eyes peeled for the next Shitman, because with all the mentally ill folks the city ignores on the streets and rails, it’s only a matter of time until the next brown betty surprise attack.

In fact, NYC’s Mr Hanky Jr. is already documenting his latest travails

In Van Nest, a man invaded his ex-wife’s apartment by tricking their daughter into giving him her key and ransacked the place, then he ambushed her when she came home and stabbed her to death following a struggle with the knife.

In Mott Haven, a gang of seven men beat down and robbed eight working poor men in eight muggings in the span of 30 days during the early months of winter at the Patterson Houses. The thugs made off with over $3,700 in cash, audio devices and cellphones and one ebike worth $1,200 during the ultraviolent crime spree.

Also in Mott Haven, a woman got killed by a stray bullet that struck her head during a drive-by shooting as she walked on the sidewalk where two other men were standing. Both men the killer gunman aimed at hit both of them in the back, although one of the men was armed and attempted to shoot at the car as it sped off.

Again in Mott Haven, a woman got caught shoplifting clothes by a worker at a bargain department store and she slashed him with a screwdriver and knocking over a rack of shoes during a tussle to get away with 30 bucks worth of items.

In Throggs Neck, a ruckus went off outside an illegal nite club inside a commercial store and a man pulled out a gun and shot at other people inside and ran for it. Over a dozen men got arrested as the gunman and an accomplice are still on the loose a month later.

In Kingsbridge Heights, a man got shot to death on the sidewalk under building scaffolding and was found with crack on him during the CSI. The victim planned on leaving NYC because of all the guns on the streets.

Also in Kingsbridge Heights, a man stabbed another man in the neck to settle an argument on the street.

In University Heights, a fire went up on the top floor of an apartment building, leading to nine residents getting injured. Bronx is burning again.

Also in University Heights, a man got shot to death following an ambush by another man he was conversing with. When he got into a tussle with his acquaintance by his sportscar, a black car rolled up and then a man came out and blasted the victim in the dome from behind.

Again in University Heights, a man shot at a car from another car during a drive-by and hit a man in the back who was riding shotgun.

In Claremont, a man rolled up on the corner in his SUV, stepped outside and pulled a gun out and shot at a parked car three times, then returned to his vehicle and drove off.

In Unionport, a man got shot to death on the sidewalk and the murder weapon was left behind on the street.

In Foxhurst, a man robbed a clothing store by breaking the window with bolt cutters and robbed a laundry bag worth of merchandise. Then the fool went back the next day with an acquaintance.

In Fordham at the 183rd St. Station, a man stuck a shiv at a woman and robbed her wallet and celly on the platform.

In Fordham Manor, a man shot a 15-year-old boy on the leg from the backseat of a car during a broad daylight drive-by.

In Olinville, a 16-year-old got shot on the leg on the street early in the evening and wouldn’t rat on his assailant to the cops.

In Morris Park, two women drove to a hospital and left a woman for dead in the waiting room who was knocked out and covered with butt injection scars while lying to RNs that they found her at a nearby cemetery. She wound up dying on the operating table later on. The dastardly duo also left the car belonging to the woman behind as well.

In East Tremont, a city bus driver got assaulted by a passenger who whacked her in the arm with a branch from a tree.

In Highbridge at the 167th St. Station, a homeless man yelled at two women to be quiet, and then attacked them with a pole after they blew him off and hit her on the nose and broke a subway window.

Also in Highbridge, a man beat and strangled his cousin to death and stuffed her body into a plastic container and dumped her in a storage yard by the highway.

In Tremont, a young man held up three fast food restaurants and two pharmacies and robbed them collectively of $1,180 by feigning to be armed with a gun.

In Parkchester, a four alarm fire at a mixed use building destroyed a supermarket and the apartments above which left five families homeless.

In West Farms, a man and a woman were found dead from drug overdoses inside an apartment.

In Grand Concourse, a man shot another man on the leg on the street in broad daylight.

In Morris Heights, a homeless man got hit and killed by two cars while crossing the street after a hit-and-run driver plowed him and the victim got hit by another passing car from the impact.

In Hunts Point, a man killed himself crashing his motor scooter into a box truck as he tried to maneuver around it as the driver was turning.

An NYPD detective is selling guns  as a side hustle with guns he purchases where he lives in Rockland County to his fellow officers at his precinct after getting caught the first time by his commanding officer.

10 gangbanging aspiring rappers got caught stealing 4.3 million dollars of unemployment relief funding from the government during the pandemic using stolen and fabricated I.D.s.

8 men ran a fentanyl drug ring in the Boogie Down for two years. Their product led to nine overdose casualties

NYPD arrested 12 people who got caught shoplifting over $1,800 in diapers and miscellaneous products from chain pharmacies in 4 consecutive days.

On the Cross Bronx Expressway, a man and a woman got killed in their SUV which the driver crashed into a tow truck.

In Van Cordtlant Park, a man was found dead and frozen on a trail by a creek.


In St. Albans, a man got shot to death on the street in front of a nite club where he and his relative got into an argument and then a fight with two other people, including the assassin.

Also in St. Albans, a man got shot to death inside a house in a basement apartment.

In Jamaica, a man ambushed a woman walking on the sidewalk and stabbed her in the chest and then forced her to suck his dick. The he casually walked away and hes still on the prowl.

Also in Jamaica, a 7-year-old boy went to school with a loaded 9mm his father stashed in his backpack. This led to the cops going to his house and confiscating three more guns he was possessing and putting the cuffs on him.

Again in Jamaica at the Jamaica/Van Wyck Station, three men pounced on a man and beat him down and stabbed him in the eye and on his butt during a robbery attempt on the mezzanine. Lucky for the victim the hospital was about a yard away outside the station.

Seen only a few days before this incident

And again in Jamaica, a brawl on the boulevard led to a man getting stabbed to death and another man getting shot.

And again in Jamaica, an argument between two men on the sidewalk concluded when one of them shot the other in broad daylight.

And again in Jamaica, an off-duty C.O. got arrested for multiple animal cruelty charges and robbery.

And again in Jamaica and also Woodside, pimps and sex traffickers are still using hotels and motels for prostitution, because besides the homeless crisis how else is this industry going to survive in New York City?

In Briarwood at the Briarwood Station, a man stabbed another man in the arm on the platform. Lucky for the victim the hospital was a 3 minute dollar van ride away.

In Ridgewood, a man got clipped by an SUV as he was walking on the crosswalk and got knocked down on the asphalt while the driver was making a turn . Then another SUV driver making the same turn ran over his head twice with the front and rear wheels and both drivers kept going in a double hit-and-run.

In Far Rockaway, a woman driving an SUV with a learners permit lost control of her vehicle when she sped out of a parking lot,  jumped the curb and crashed into a car wash and killed a 10-year-old girl and injured a woman on the sidewalk.

Also in Far Rockaway, a man got confronted by two other men on the sidewalk and got shot in the leg by one of them.

Again in Far Rockaway, a 34-year-old fireman died of a heart attack at his ladder company house  after helping his fellow firefighters extinguish a blaze at a house. The FDNY union leader suspects that he and 5 other smokeeaters who also recently died unexpectedly soon were attributed to adverse effects of the COVID-19 vaccines that former Mayor Bill de Blasio and current Mayor Eric Adams induced on city workers for them to keep their jobs.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man hiding in a stairwell at an apartment building ambushed a young man coming out of his apartment and shot his leg.

In Arverne, a man got shot from a fusillade of bullets by two men who charged at him at a high school basketball court in broad daylight.

In Ozone Park, two men broke into a woman’s apartment and attacked her in her bedroom while she was sleeping with her 3-year-old son on her bed. Then after they punched her in the face and locked her and her child in the bathroom, they robbed $3,000 worth of jewels, a cellphone and $470 in cash off her and fled.

In South Richmond Hill, a man got into an argument with another man and shoved him to the pavement, knocking him unconscious. The man then robbed what was in his victim’s pockets. The victim died from his injuries a month later.

In Woodhaven, a man on a bike rode up toward a traffic light and lamp post and shot 16 rounds from a 9mm and 380 magnum at a red light camera and successfully put it out of service.

In Richmond Hill, a man lost control of his car while speeding and crashed into a lamp post, critically injuring himself and his two passengers.

In Jackson Heights, an 18-year-old man got shot to death while smoking pot with pals inside his brothers apartment when  a man busted through the door and blasted a few rounds during a botched weed robbery attempt. The bullet that killed the victim came from his friends gun when he tried to shoot the robber through the wall from another room.

In Elmhurst, homeless people continue to live in a tent encampment on the sidewalks of Whitney Ave.. Next they will set up on the open street on 34th Ave in Jackson Heights where there is more room.

Also in Elmhurst, a 77-year-old man died after falling off his bike from hitting a bump on the road.

In East Elmhurst, an off-duty C.O. went bonkers and yelled at six people at a diner and then grabbed a knife from the kitchen and swung it at one of the patrons and threatened their lives.

Also in Elmhurst, a man randomly slashed a 61-year-old man in the arm when he walked by him on the sidewalk, then the victim ran to the nearest subway station hoping to find a cop.

In Long Island City at the 21st St./Van Alst Station, a woman died sleeping on a bench with all her remaining belongings after spending four years living on the streets and the transit system.

Also in Long Island City, a taxi driver hit a man with his car as he was crossing the street heading for work and drove away. The man wound up with broken ribs and insouciance by the NYPD who have not investigated his case despite being given identification of the driver’s vehicle two months ago.

Again in Long Island City at the Queens Plaza Station, a homeless man kicked a woman from behind on the stairs and then repeatedly bashed her head with a hammer and stole her purse.

And again in Long Island City and Dutch Kills, over 2000 911 calls were reported over violent incidents and public peeing and shitting and drug abuse from residents from various hotel homeless shelters in the areas.

In Middle Village, two men beat down a 79-year-old man on the sidewalk and stole his wallet containing $1,000.

Also in Middle Village and in Sunnyside, a man held up two dollar tree stores at gunpoint and forced workers to open up a safe and empty their registers and made off with 2 large.

In Flushing, a man slashed a woman multiple times in a hallway inside an apartment building.

Also in Flushing, a man sneaked in the back door of a bubble tea store and stole an e-scooter.

Again in Flushing, a man snatched a thousand dollar cellphone out of woman’s purse while she was distracted at a mall.

And again in Flushing and Bayside, four men got busted in a gun running, ghost gun manufacturing ring they held at four different houses. Nearly 40 firearms, thousands of bullets and $50,000 in loose bills were confiscated.

And again in Flushing and most of northeast Queens, total wanton grand larcenies of small business stores this year have seen it’s biggest collective percentage rise in 30 years in the world’s easiest to steal from borough.

In Murray Hill, a man along with a few accomplices stole more than $120,000 in property and merchandise in a month long spree of home invasion burglaries.

In Astoria, a man got shot to death in a gang-related attack inside a public housing building.

Also in Astoria, cops nabbed a man possessing a loaded gun who was loitering by their precinct station.

Again in Astoria at the Steinway St. Station, a man attempted suicide by jumping in front of the arriving M train.

In Corona, a 16-year-old boy ran over and killed an 18-year-old woman on the sidewalk with his father’s pick up truck and crushed her against a building wall as he was coming out of an auto repair shop.

On the Grand Central Parkway, a highway patrol cop got knocked off his motorcycle by a woman who clipped him with her SUV making a dumbass lane change.

In Forest Hills, a chain pharmacy worker caught a man shoplifting in the act as he was piling 200 bucks worth of daytime and drowsy cough medicine and shampoo into his bag and then got stabbed in the hand when he tried to stop the thief.

Also in Forest Hills, vulgar bigoted graffiti was found spray painted on a dental office’s window.

Again in Forest Hills at the 67th Ave. Station, two men attacked another man on the R train and cut his head open during the beat down.

And again in Forest Hills, a man committed suicide by jumping in front of an LIRR train.

In Glendale, two men strolled into a gas station convenience mart and grab four 24 bottle cases of Corona and walked out the door with them. Then one of the thieves pulled a gun on the workers who tried to stop them.

Also in Glendale, a 16-year-old boy riding a motorcycle with a 15-year-old girl holding onto him on the back of the seat crashed into a car as he was making a turn into the intersection while the boy was speeding and running the red light. The girl died from her injuries three weeks later.

In Glen Oaks, a man walked into a children’s hospital with two ghost guns and threatened to shoot everyone inside. Following his arrest, a search warrant of his house revealed an entire arsenal of rifles and handguns, thousand rounds of ammo and bullet proof vests in his possession. If this maniac really wanted go on a mass murder spree he would have brought one of those rifles, but it sure looks like he planned on selling these instead of using them.

In College Point, a man shot at another man’s car and got into his own vehicle and bounced.

In Howard Beach, a man wearing a face mask because of pandemic indoor mandates robbed a bank of a grand by using a note.

In Rego Park at the Woodhaven Blvd. Station, a whipped out his choad and plums and masturbated in front of a woman on the R train.

Also in Rego Park, two men riding on an unlicensed moped rolled up by a woman on the sidewalk and one of them snatched her wallet and 200 bucks out of her hand as she was taking it out and sped away.

In Bayside, a gym teacher threw a boy against the wall following a dispute over a basketball in the hallway.

In Springfield Gardens, a box truck driver crashed into a car in an intersection, injuring two people inside.

Also in Springfield Gardens, an argument between two groups men got heated when a man pulled out a gun and started spraying bullets at his foes.

In South Jamaica, a teacher menaced and sexually molested a 17-year-old girl in the hallway of a high school.

On Rikers Island, an inmate was found dead in his cell, the cause unknown (??).

Staten Island

In Midland Beach, three men ambushed a married couple on their driveway at their house as they grabbed them as they came out of their car and threw the man down to the pavement and stole his wallet and ripped the woman’s purse from her grip and fled.

In Port Richmond, two men attacked two other men on the sidewalk as one of them bashed them with a plywood board and stole their money.

Also in Port Richmond, a man broke into a cabinet and countertop-making business and stole three employees paychecks and tried to cash them at a check cashing place.

Again in Port Richmond, a man approached another man standing in front of his house and pushed him to the pavement and stole a grand out of his pocket.

And again in Port Richmond, a man got held up at gunpoint on the street by another man accompanied by a woman and robbed 500 bucks off him.

In Stapleton, a man bashed a 71-year-old man with a pipe during a robbery of a bodega.

Also in Stapleton, a man opened a door to an unlocked car parked at a gas station and snatched a wallet from inside and bounced.

In Tompkinsville, a man walked into a barbershop and said something out of context before he held up a customer and barber at gunpoint and stole a wallet and two cellphones from them.

Also in Tompkinsville, a man broke into a train depot and robbed spools of copper wire worth 3 grand.

Again in Tompkinsville, cops nabbed a woman on the street with an automatic handgun.

In Elm Park, two men pulled off two smash and grabs of two cellphone stores and stole over a dozen cellies worth nearly $12,000.

In Meiers Corners, a gang of teenage boys have been tormenting and robbing from a vape shop for weeks, compelling the small business owner to defend himself with a pipe.

In North Shore, cops arrested a mentally disturbed man on the street for gun possession.

In South Shore, a man used counterfeit cash to purchase a gold chain from another man and got collared. The perp claimed the currency was legit because it was used in a rap video. Sounds like this could give bitcoin a run for it’s imaginary money.

In Charleston, a drunk man threw a drink at a woman and then plowed her with a roundhouse punch and knocked her out in a restaurant.

In West Brighton, cops busted a man with a bag of nearly 130 vials of crack he was selling from his car.

In Rossville, cops busted two women selling ecstacy, blow, smack and painkillers from their car.

In Mariners Harbor, a man recently bailed out for  got pulled over by the cops for heavily tinted windows

In Graniteville, a man and a woman beat down a man on the street and stole his groceries.

In South Beach, a man tripping balls on angel dust engaged in a car chase with cops.

In Richmond Valley, a man sneaked into a unlocked van and stole cash from inside it.

Shaolin’s schools are in need of school safety agents according to the NYPD and also the schools in the Bronx, to the point where one principal shut the school down and switched classes to remote learning because there wasn’t enough security (apparently physical violence and bullets are more deadlier than COVID). Too bad Mayor Adams decided to cut their budget after promising that he wouldn’t abandon them while having the swagger to condemn students for the meteoric rise in weapons smuggling into schools.


Barely Around Brooklyn Resident Wins Hardly There Voter Turnout Election To Become New York City Mayor


Eric Adams, Confidence Mayor

Brooklyn, New York

Election day finally came to unseat the pile of shit current mayor and bag of dead dicks and human shit Bill de Blasio and his long awaited removal from City Hall, and the chosen one by New York’s registered voters was Eric Adams, New York City Cop, State Senator and current president of the borough of Brooklyn who beat street tough vigilante and civic obsessed shock jock Curtis Sliwa, trouncing him by over 40 percentage points of the votes.

Actually in this case here, accuracy is required, he won with 39 percentage points over the bereted one and with the horrendous low voter turnout, Adams can hardly be deified as chosen, even though he basically called himself that by preemptively repeatedly decreeing himself as NYC’s mayor immediately after he won by the skin of his teeth in the Democrat primary in June, beating de Blasio’s commissioner Kathryn Garcia by a cunt’s hair in the stupid ranked choice voting tallies and overcoming the early challenge of the now forgotten startup millionaire tech bro Andrew Yang. He even defiantly exhorted he was the Mayor right in front of The Blaz’s big dumb goon face at a rally with local city official elites back in July. Adams was also buoyed for 5 months being reported as the predetermined Mayor-elect by a recalcitrant news media that constantly described him in stories and headlines as the “likely” and “certain to be” mayor in a “democrat majority city”

But Adams triumph is dubious to say the most despite his landslide win. He won with only a little over 800,000 votes registered in the primary and with a little less than 1,000,000 votes registered for his early win on Tuesday, 969,600 to be precise. So Adams does not have much of a mandate or even one at all (considering how Sliwa trounced him in Staten Island). Adams actually won the mayor’s position with less the amount of votes that the Blaz got, even in his re-election in 2017 when he just got unindicted for pay to play crimes he committed in City Hall. Both times the Blaz won with only about 11% of city voters who bothered to show up, Adams apparently only won with about 9% this time around. Have to say that just like with de Blasio, the 4 million who stayed away again on Election Day did more to help Adams than hurt him.

But mostly it’s all that consent manufactured by the news media apparatus that played a factor, since de Blasio’s toxic endorsement didn’t ruin Adams campaign nor did the new Mayor’s Westworld performance at the debates where Sliwa ate his lunch mattered much either. Even an expose’ about Adams shady residential tax filings for his townhouse in Bed-Stuy-which were made by an accountant who wound up homeless after getting indicted for embezzling funds from an apartment building he was running in Harlem-didn’t revive voter apathy or lead to much coverage from the press that already wrote subtleties about his preemptive win of the election.

A super majority of people didn’t want to bother because they were told Adams victory was already solidified (a good way to normalized vote tampering) or they were already determined to fill the oval for him, which was the case of the primary as he swept up the  still dominant middle class voters of the forgotten enclaves of the outer limits of Queens, Bronx and Brooklyn and over the river in Staten Island.

But there is an overarching theme here for the massive absence of the constituency of the five boroughs and that’s the hilarious not-so urban legend of Eric Adams residency of the town he’s going to helm on New Years Day. Heading up to the final days of the primary late Spring, rumors started to get validated about Adams own massive absence from his residence in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. Which got so heated that he actually invited the press to come see it themselves for confirmation in what was the weirdest episode of MTV’s Cribs that never aired (Adams actually made a case for the show’s revival) and also a hilarious video Curtis Sliwa produced of him going to New Jersey to the co-op Adams co-owns with his lady friend.

Adams Bed-Stuy “residence” became even a bigger curiosity when a reporter from City Limits stopped by and found the basement door loaded with mail and violation notices from the Department of Buildings. Which can wholly explain why Adams decided to crash at in his office in Borough Hall in Downtown Brooklyn for the past year and a half. Despite his claims that he wanted to be available during the pandemic, it’s clear that he was squatting there all the time to evade visits by the Department of Buildings and probably his desperately troubled accountant.

As jokes about Adams alleged presence in the borough he runs continued to thrive on social media, yours truly even moseyed by there to see if the Chosen Mayor would materialize.

No luck and no Adams. Although there was a yellow sheet affixed to the mail box to his basement entrance where he, um, lives. It sort of looked like a citation, but since there was an occupied vehicle idling in front of the house and I’m not a real reporter with credentials, I couldn’t really walk in and take a gander at it.

But a few real reporters with credentials from Curbed decided to play detective in the staked out his house for a week before the election. Apparently using his cop instincts, they caught Adams parking his car twice in the wee hours of the morning, first a block away in front of an auto shop where he blocked the driveway and another night on the sidewalk. Considering his eccentric behavior since winning the primary which included an overseas trip that he wouldn’t divulge to reporters of it’s location (it was Monoco. Why Monoco?), it seems showing up to his abode in the dark of night and minutes before sunrise should be considered normal for him. Even though it would be normal for say, Blacula.

But in the week of Election Day and after his official legitimate election win, the mayor elect has become man of the people and extremely accessible. Naturally to all the power brokers in the political Brooklyn Machine and the oligarch ruling class he mingled and networked with at a gala celebration party for him and even on the streets of New York where he got embraced with adulation by his elected Democrat allies and the citizenry who hired him to lead the city out of it’s current struggle to recovery.

Oh wait. How can anyone forget,  there’s The Blaz’s fascist vaccine extortion mandate for all municipal workers that Mayor-elect Adams is going to inherit two months from now but like his certain victory got the mandate preemptively as well as hundreds of suspended city workers ambushed him coming out of Borough Hall and literally put Adams into a corner with demands to be re-enfranchised of their jobs.

Usually with mobs and aggression like this against an elected official, being the current Brooklyn BP and also a cop, it would be immediately followed with NYPD overdeployment and over aggression to ward off the crowd (like kettling) and mass arrests, but Eric Adams willfully stood with them and requested to have a quorum with the organizers of the contentious public assembly inside his conference room to discuss the mandate. Showing that in just a few hours with the public, Adams accomplished a connection with his constituents than what The Blaz did in his 7 years  and 10 months of his abominable existence in city hall.

This actually gives the optics of hope in a truly hands on street ready mayor of the people and an actual face of the democrat party (Adams words) that the people can see and feel (at least for now). Pretty good but also antithetical for a guy who has been vague and evasive for over a year now. It’s going to be interesting to see if this display of accountability will continue, or its just more but better optics.

Be seeing you Mr. Mayor…


Andrew Yang’s Underhanded Bribe Initiative

New York Fucking City, New York

Spring has thankfully arrived in the city of New York. And along with the blooming leaves and flowers along with an influx of (weaker) vaccines about to come to town while public spaces and streets are still barren during this stubborn pandemic, the Democrat primary race for mayor to rid this town of de Blasio will truly commence until it’s final destination on the second day of summer. But one candidate has already taken over your city’s poltical zeitgeist, and according to corporate local news, that candidate is Andrew Yang.

It wasn’t that hard for Yang to conquer all the attention, he already ran for president of the United States and his unlimited basic income proposal from that campaign actually influenced national policy, with the last three congressional budgets with checks of $1,200, $600 and most recently $1,400* given to every citizen during this pandemic (although incrementally, since Yang’s UBI was supposed to be for a check every month and the 1,400 payout was means tested and limited to an earned income cap, not to mention that Biden promised 2 grand and lied). And now with the celebrity and name recognition, jumping into New York City’s Democrat primary mayor’s race was an easy transition since the competition is pretty stale across the board with career city bureaucrats like current office holders Brooklyn BP Eric Adams and Comptroller Scott Stringer, Ex Sanitation Chief Kathryn Garcia, Big banker Ray McGuire and two ethically challenged candidates in lawyer Maya Wiley and prodigal son bureaucrat Shaun Donavan. After Wang’s announcement on the Coney Island boardwalk, the first poll immediately put Wang at a commanding lead over his opponents at the time.

But after that auspicious start, reality and even logic has crept up to Yang in only a few months, revealing himself more as a dilletante huckster than the political outsider he’s being portrayed as.

As with his presidential campaign, there is nothing much or distinguishable from the other candidates about Yang’s mayoral platform to run this city except for his Basic Income proposal, which he marked down from a grand a month nationally to a one time payment for the city’s check to check working class. There is a lot to like about it because it does target residents who needs this money the most, even if it can barely pay the rent and utility bills but might be just enough to play lottery scratch tickets. The big hairy but to this is how as mayor is Yang going to come up with the city funding for this and his answer was quite startling but expectantly and obviously vague.

last week, Yang was talking to reporters about the movie he planned to see on the first day that New York City theaters reopened since the pandemic shut them down. He also fielded questions about he’d fund his basic income plan and gave an admittedly “vague” response, suggesting it’s still unclear if he’d rely primarily on existing city funds, hit up private investors, rely on a rollback of state tax breaks — or a combination of all three.

First, he said that even in its “diminished” state, the city has the “level of resources to commit to this, in part because it’s going to save us a lot of money on things like homelessness services and shelters that are very, very costly.”

“Keeping people in more secure and stable environments will actually, in large part, pay for itself,” he said.

But Yang did not say where in the ailing city budget he intends to draw the $1 billion it will take to pay for the plan.

He then added that he’s been in talks with “several New York-based philanthropists who are very excited about this program and so hopefully we’ll have some private sources of funding as well.”

When asked to name who those potential financial backers are, he replied: “Of course I’m not going to tell you right now after I just gave you, like, you know, like, this vague, like, several private sources because, you know, we have to have things to announce for later.”

NY Daily News

At least Yang’s fumbling and his campaign manager’s pathetic sop defense of the candidate’s ambitious program has a scintilla of honesty even if for the past 2 months they didn’t even have a solid budgetary plan to justify it, considering how it’s the main driver of the candidate’s platform.

His career bureaucratic competitors smelled the blood in the water and pounced on it. Eric Adams, BP of Brooklyn and who has been persistently polling second; “You can’t call it a plan if you don’t explain who would benefit and how you would pay for it. New Yorkers are struggling right now — they need serious action, not empty promises.”. Comptroller Scott Stringer’s spox response was delish; “Andrew Yang has a plan written on the back of a napkin that would be pure comedy if the times weren’t so serious.”

Although you got to feel a tinge of sympathy for Yang for being so flummoxed about how to fund New York’s UBI for the working poor and low income families, because it’s 180 degrees removed from how he was going to fund the monthly UBI “freedom dividend” that he proposed during his presidential campaign run, because under President Yang that UBI was going to extract funding from national social safety net programs for the poor like housing vouchers, food stamps and social security and the monthly stipend was based on a prospective rise in unemployment caused by automation’s usurpation of industrial, retail and restaurant jobs. It also should be worth a mention that Yang’s  UBI has solidarity support from every tech billionaire who would benefit from a society solely dependent on a meager dividend every month like how they have massively benefiting from a world wide pandemic for the past year. Yang is not just selling a benefit plan to voters, he’s buying them as well.

This has exposed a major vulnerability in Candidate Yang, for he was easily caught off guard when he was queried about something substantive after being on the receiving end of a glut of flattering profiles from the local news blogs while spending the majority of his time on Twitter to the delight of his adoring Yang Gang followers, a horde that has been relentlessly battling naysayers (like yours truly) doubting his qualifications and capability to run New York City with absolutely no prior civic experience whatsoever. Not even with the basic civic duty of voting in an election his entire adult life living here.

But to run NYC you got to be quick and have a settled plan and it’s utterly disturbing that he has nothing behind his basic income program that he’s been touting for months since yelled “Can You Dig It” in Coney Island at the start of 2021 (even though the gangbanger Cyrus who said that, yelled that line in a park in the Bronx before he got assassinated). Now instead of a policy to help the most vulnerable populace, it now comes off as a bribe to win their votes.

Another flawed thing about Yang’s basic income proposal that he’s not sure how he’s going to fund is his plan to build a People’s Bank in City Hall. Yet again it sounds like a good idea, tying it to the NYC ID the city put out a few years ago to help working poor people and undocumented immigrants get access to municipal and commercial services requiring identification and using the NYC ID as an ATM card to access it. But if “Mayor” Yang still is unable to fund it, then who will. In a way, this resembles the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York PAC that’s already available in the Mayor’s Office and de Blasio’s redundant and corrupted Campaign For One New York 501c4 PAC he ran to fund Pre-K and “affordable housing”. If the funding isn’t enough to keep Basic Income and the People’s Bank running, will it rely on money from “philanthropists” that do business with the city and yearn to get more of them?

Yang’s Basic Income and his hypebeast social media fueled campaign has all the elements and mannerisms of pushing a startup company or an app, and like those ventures, it’s all hype and show and no substance and all risk; Citizen Yang’s ventures belie his status and bonafides to run a city as an entrepreneur. Starting with his last one when he started a fellowship non-profit to inspire other entrepreneurs and college graduates to invest and work in smaller cities and after 3 years it only produced 4,000 jobs. Normally a disaster like this would make you reevaluate your decision making abilities and recognize limitations, but Yang would follow this up with running for the highest office in America.

Yang has transferred his own quixotic run for president into his current quest for mayor, but fortunately for him the competition for the role of hizzoner (or herzzoner) is a lot easier as they poll in the signal digits with only him and Adams polling in the doubles. Although Yang via his startup strategy had to buoyed his top rank by citing a poll made up by his consultants before he even announced his candidacy.  Despite how unethical it was, that little issue went ignored and he was able to gain momentum as later polls continued to favor him with bigger leads, even though he’s running neck in neck with voters polled who are not sure or undecided who they want to vote for.


Another thing that has buoyed the Yang campaign, is his Yang Gang following on social media running protection for him as he was making startling gaffes and displaying general cluelessness about city life and issues, like his notorious visit to a “genuine bodega” and his defense of staying at his second home in upstate New York because he was agitated to work remotely as CNN pundit while watching his two sons in his two bedroom apartment in The Heights, which must have been thrilling to families that had no other housing option like Candidate Yang had and lived in smaller apartments or even a homeless hotel room.

Corporate news media interest is also enamored with Yang, notably Washington DC based website The Hill, which captured Yang giddily greeting people on a line stretching about a mile on the sidewalks of Flushing waiting to get food as he gave elbow bumps while Assemblyman Ron Kim vividly described the food insecurity that has exacerbated during the pandemic in what is practically an integrated news segment/campaign ad. Although it was quite noticeable how the people were used as props.

Yang’s campaign and narrative strategy also includes avoiding the mayoral debates, which is easy to do because of the existing distancing guidelines and the Zoom platform, when he was absent for was an essential debate centering on the homeless crisis. Although he did have an excuse for bailing on a Zoom debate because he contracted COVID, he still had the strength to appear on a Zoom fundraiser for his campaign.

While Yang is being portrayed and portraying himself as an outsider in the primary, his pandering to the Orthodox Jewish vote by condemning the BDS movement against Isreal’s government’s apartheid treatment of Palestine and the West Bank shows his willingness to pander like any run of the mill establishment politician; this may be the most New York thing he’s actually done so far with his cognizance of a key demographic and the reach of powerful lobbies,  shown most recently when an aide of Queens Borough President Donovan Richards had to resign (aka fired) after only 3 days when he got appointed for only tweeting his support of BDS.

Last but not least, Candidate Yang last few public engagement attempts have come off obviously contrived going by his appearances with fellow candidates Maya Wiley and Kathyrn Garcia (twice) to establish an RCV prospect to his and their bases and an awareness rally to address the anti-Asian violence from a recent shooting massacre in Atlanta (where White women also got killed). But his naivete of city and state politics hit a nadir during a recent debate on his desire (and frankly everyone’s) on getting NYC Transit out of New York State Control and back under the purview of the NYC Mayor by asking a mindlessly picayune question about “who do you complain to?” as if the MTA is some disembodied omniscient entity and not under the grip of a despotic megalomaniac elected official for the past 10 years.

This is exactly the type of unadulterated ignorance a person exhibits when he never voted in NYC elections his entire adult life as well as national ones also.  And another thing to kill this outsider myth that’s been manufactured about Yang is that he’s scared to call Cuomo on his scandals, especially his sexual harassment and assault accusations. Candidate Yang knows Cuomo isn’t going anywhere anytime soon and will have to deal with him, and even through his pink washed virtue signal tweet, he’s already folded to the governor.

This why Andrew Yang’s mayoral campaign is all hype and no substance and is barely thriving on a foundation of cult of personality worshipping hypebeasts on social media and this has manifested in the most recent polls too. Yang went from a commanding lead in the last two polls hovering around 30% and nosedived to 17% in a recent poll that relied on phone tallying, putting him barely above Eric Adams at 13% and way behind Not Sure/Undecided at 50%, making candidates polling in the single digits actual contenders again thanks to the ranked choice voting system. This probably came as a shock to the Yang and the Yanggangbangers who realize that astroturfing is a lot harder to spread on a landline than on the internet.

It’s really not hard to fathom Yang’s current plight as just another bland candidate in the fight the city hall. To think only a few months ago he could seemingly walk up to a crowd in say Union Square and flip the bird and grab his junk towards them and would strut away in slow motion still with a commanding lead. But he’s not in total peril because it’s clear as day that half the legal voting age citizens of NYC have absolutely zero confidence in everyone on the Democrat primary ballot.


It’s not hard to see how this has regressed for Yang as the weather gets warmer and the election near. And it also confirms how tainted those initial polls favored Yang; because they relied on online tallying, and not every constituent in the five boroughs has a social media account. Or they do but don’t have the time or interest to Stan anyone, especially during a stubborn pandemic and an economy in purgatory.  Another thing this city doesn’t need is a mayor who wont be accountable and transparent and Yang doesn’t show much hope for a return to those values by inducing non-disclosure agreements on his campaign staffers.

And the last thing New York City need is some dilettante entrepreneur who suddenly decided he can run city government after being disconnected from it for so long and show up with hollow polices (or continue established incremental policies)  cloaked with wondrous optimism. Because NYC already has gone through 7.4 years of that with de Blasio.

That’s why Yang is where he’s at now. Like the Blaz, all he knows how to do is tweet. He’s all platitudes, nice words and neat ideas but no sense and no functional plan to save New York City.

That’s Candidate Yang.