You’re the head of the Guardian Angels, the group you founded in 1979. Unarmed, you and your people made citizens’ arrests of scores of criminals in New York.
In 1992, you got into a cab in Manhattan, and two mob thugs shot you five times. You escaped. You survived.
Insufficient courage is not a problem you have.
Now you’re running for the office of Mayor of New York. You’ve got nothing more than a desperate puncher’s chance.
Unless you and most of New York wake up to what’s happening to the City, the City is doomed. It’s going to turn into a desolate hulk, a garbage dump of crime and poverty.
I was born in New York. I lived there long enough to know what a great city is all about. That was 60 years ago. Those people are gone.
Now there is a COVID war. I’m talking about the masks and distancing and lockdowns and the massive destruction of businesses and now the expanding vaccine mandate. The people of the City have gone down on their knees to De Blasio and Cuomo and the public health predators.
The bottom line is, Curtis, people either come out into the streets by the hundreds of thousands and say ENOUGH, or the whole show---the whole City---is over.
Beyond a certain point, no matter what you believe this pandemic is or isn’t, you and the rest of New York have to live your lives out in the open, come hell or high water.
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