NYPD Not Exactly Happy With de Blasio: “What a f- -king idiot. I listened for about two minutes, and then I was done”

Posted by on Dec 05, 2014 at 8:35 am

This is what happens when you throw the police under the bus. You lose them. It was a nice 20-year run of law and order in New York City. Kiss that goodbye and welcome back to the dreaded days of David Dinkins.

The NYPD’s rank and file reacted with fury Thursday at being “thrown under the bus” by Mayor de Blasio, who said he and First Lady Chirlane McCray had trained their mixed-race son, Dante, about the “dangers” posed by cops.

Pat Lynch, president of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, blasted de Blasio for his inflammatory remarks, which followed Wednesday’s decision by a Staten Island grand jury not to indict cop Daniel Pantaleo in the chokehold death of Eric Garner.

“What police officers felt yesterday after that press conference was that they were thrown under the bus,” Lynch said.

De Blasio had called the Garner case “profoundly personal for me,” saying that because of “the dangers [Dante] may face, we’ve had to literally train him . . . in how to take special care in any encounter he has with the police officers who are there to protect him.”

The comments angered cops, with one saying, “Did he tell his son to be wary of his police bodyguards, that he should be afraid of them as they pick him up at school and drive him where he needs to go?”

Ouch. The rank and file are none too happy.

“What a f- -king idiot. I listened for about two minutes, and then I was done,” one said.

Another cop said de Blasio “is fanning the fires more than anyone else in this city by not coming out in favor of the police officers who work for him.”

Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani lashed out at de Blasio’s claim that reaction to the grand-jury decision was fueled by “centuries of racism.”

This helps to create this atmosphere of protest and even sometimes violence. There was no racism in this case,” Giuliani told “Fox and Friends.”

At a news conference Thursday to announce a $35 million “retraining” of the NYPD’s 22,000 street cops, de Blasio tried to eat some of his words.

Asked about his implication that young black men should fear the NYPD, de Blasio insisted, “That’s not what I said.”

Too late, jagoff. You’ve lost the police.

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8 Responses to “NYPD Not Exactly Happy With de Blasio: “What a f- -king idiot. I listened for about two minutes, and then I was done””

  1. Smashmaster on 5/05/14 at 9:28 am

    It took this long for the police to notice this mayor wasn’t their friend? Not very smart on their part….

  2. Hamilton on 5/05/14 at 10:33 am

    De Blasio is married to a radical, is surrounded by radicals, and is a radical himself. It’s in his brain to hate “the man” even though he right now is TheMan.
    The NYPD did a good job of keeping things under control when protesting started the other night. He had better hope the Police have his back the next time there is a full blown crisis.

  3. il padrino on 5/05/14 at 11:07 am

    Smashmaster —

    No, the NYPD has known since day one what a fool this guy is. It’s just that it’s taken him until now (not very long, really, he’s only been in office just under a year) to speak so egregiously that they feel they can trash him in public.

  4. Funeral Guy on 5/05/14 at 4:19 pm

    This clown and his (formerly) lesbian wife honeymooned in Cuba for chrissakes. Who does that besides bubble headed useful idiots like Beyonce and her (formerly) dope dealing rapper of a husband? I could tell during the campaign when Deblasio constantly trotted out his buckwheat headed son for display purposes that this was going to be the most racially divisive politician since Barack Obama. Quite an achievement for a white man. What is wrong with the electorate of NYC? Do they think the low crime rate in their former hellhole of a city happened by magic? I hope they’re happy now. After Eric Garner and Ferguson every white person has a target on his back. The police will not help you if you have a violent confrontation with a black. They’ll be back to doing “donut shop policing” like they did under Dinkins. And I don’t blame them one bit.

  5. M. Kennedy on 7/07/14 at 8:01 pm

    It will be hard for the mayor’s son not to look like a nigger, the only thing he should worry about is his son acting like a nigger.

  6. mike191 on 8/08/14 at 9:12 am

    ” That’s not what I said.” will be the mantra for this pathogen while his city burns. Funeral Guy is spot on.