Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has some choice words for current Mayor Bill de Blasio.
In an interview with Fox News, Giuliani blasted de Blasio for his handling on the anti-police protest. He stated: “What you saw in New York City over the last couple of weeks would never, ever have happened while I was mayor of New York City, They would not have been allowed to control the bridge. People don’t get to take a public bridge from the public. I don’t know if New York City officials realize if you close down streets in New York City, you’ll kill people.”
Giuliani also criticized those who blame cops for killing black men, saying they should focus instead on the black-on-black crime responsible for the majority of black deaths. He stated: “What has been allowed to go on farces the sense of anti-police hatred, and that’s 1 percent of the problem,” Giuliani said. “What about the 92 percent that is actually causing the death of most black men in this country? We can’t talk about that? You’re racist if you say that? Frankly, I think you’re racist if you don’t say that.”
Giuliani says that De Blasio gave too much power to the protesters and if he was still mayor, this wouldn’t happen.
To see the entire interview, click on the video below: