The mayor of New York City tore into anti-police and pro-Marxism activists following the shooting carried out by an alleged racist at a metro station on Tuesday.
Mayor Eric Adams gave comments in response to Black Lives Matter and ACAB-affiliated individuals during a press conference on Wednesday, following the close-quarters shooting of 13 individuals that caused havoc in parts of The Bronx and Brooklyn.
“Where are all those who stated ‘Black lives matter?” Adams said.
Despite the shooter -reported by law enforcement to be Frank R. James- having black supremacist leanings and a damning social media footprint, Adams pointed out that the majority of the wounded were black.
“Do an analysis of who was killed or shot last night. I was up all night speaking to my commanders in the Bronx, in Brooklyn. The victims were black,” the mayor said.
According to the New York Post, three individuals in their twenties were killed in the various shootings that took place in the Big Apple on Tuesday, with five additional shootings taking place along with the one that made national headlines.
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