“#De Blasio’s ‘safe’ city, Team Biden’s ‘supply crunch’ and more”
Diary of disturbing disinformation and dangerous delusions:
This Quote: “I don’t think it will, honestly. . . . This is a very safe place, and there’s more and more activity. The city is clearly coming back.” — Mayor de Blasio, Monday, when asked if the broad-daylight shooting of three innocent bystanders, including a 4-year-old, in Times Square two days before would keep tourists from the area.
We say: Yes, pot is now legal, but that doesn’t mean the mayor should smoke at work. What else could explain such a preposterous remark? What’s “coming back” are the bad, old days — when crime was rampant, shootings were endless and people were dodging bullets left and right. Through May 2 this year, 463 people have been shot, nearly double last year’s toll at that time.
We say: US cops use force almost invariably because suspects are threatening violence or resisting arrest. More than 90 percent of fatal shootings by police are at armed suspects. Similarly, when Israel treats “Palestinians as violent insurgents,” it’s usually because that’s what those particular Palestinians are (if not outright terrorists). This week, Palestinians fired more than 1,000 rockets into Israel. Yet Teen Vogue peddles a distorted version of a complex issue to teens (teens!) in a perverted bid to virtue-signal and get clicks. Oh, and that picture? It has nothing to do with the current conflict: It’s from 2018.
This Quote: “We don’t see much evidence that the extra unemployment insurance is a major driver in people not rejoining the workforce.” — White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, Monday
We say: If she and her boss, President Biden, don’t see how Washington’s extension of the $300 jobless bonus (on top of regular unemployment benefits) has shattered the incentive to work, it’s only because they have their eyes closed. In March, which saw nearly a million new jobs, Democrats extended the bonus to September — and, lo and behold, in April, only 266,000 jobs were created. And unemployment grew to 6.1 percent.
This Quote: “It’s not that we have a gasoline shortage. It’s that we have this supply crunch.”— Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, Tuesday.
We say: It’s not a border “crisis” but a “challenge.” Day care and free college are “infrastructure.” The term “undocumented noncitizen” must be used to describe migrants who enter the US illegally. So of course for Team Biden there was no “gasoline shortage” this week, just a mere “supply crunch.” (Tell it to all those motorists who waited hours for gas!) Yet Granholm’s whopper was so ridiculous, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, EPA Administrator Michael Regan and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg all acknowledged the lack of gasoline at many stations constituted a “shortage.”
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