Black New York City Mayor Defends Hiring Brother As Deputy NYPD Commissioner ‘with a salary of around $242,000’ Says He Will Protect Him Against The Ubiquitous Ever Elusive White Supremacists Who Apparently Are Causing The Crime Epidemic in NYC


Lying About White Supremacists

Are white people a threat to safety? The latest FBI statistics reveal that blacks, who are 12.5% of the population, comprise 58% of murder arrests and 40% of violent crime arrests. In New York City, whites are 33% of the population but account for the commission of only 2% of shootings. Blacks, who are 23% of the population, commit 75% of all shootings.   

Shootings Increase 73%, Robberies Up 47% as New York City Contends With Spike in Crime


Adams defends brother’s NYPD job, says he’ll protect against white supremacists

Mayor Eric Adams on Sunday defended choosing his brother to serve as a deputy NYPD commissioner, saying he needs someone he can trust to protect him — including from potential threats by white supremacists.

During an appearance on CNN, the new mayor revealed that his younger brother, former NYPD cop Bernard Adams, will be tasked with protecting his safety. 

“Let me be clear on this: My brother is qualified for the position. Number one, he will be in charge of my security, which is extremely important to me at a time when we see an increase in white supremacy and hate crimes,” the Big Apple’s second black mayor said on “State of the Union” with Jake Tapperwhen pressed about nepotism and ethics concerns over the appointment.  

“I have to take my security in a very serious way.”[snip]

Bernard Adams — currently assistant director for parking at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he’s worked since 2011, according to his LinkedIn profile — confirmed to The Post that he is set to oversee governmental affairs, in a civilian position that typically comes with a salary of around $242,000.

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