Now that the NYPD has been conveniently defunded, local gangs are free to conduct their turf wars openly. Everyone is calling this particular mass shooting “coordinated.” Democrats seem proud of the professional style of the hit, even though seven innocent bystanders were shot by mistake, along with the three intended targets. Things like this are becoming a nightly event. It seems that New York City Democrats prefer to watch live violence instead of on TV. Every drop of blood was sponsored by Antifa® and Black Lives Matter™, so be sure to “like” them on Social Media for it.
A coordinated attack
BLM is getting into the Olympic spirit with some synchronized sniping. There is no doubt in the mind of anyone who viewed the video, the attack was “coordinated.” Two “masked and hooded men” rapidly approached the crowd loitering in front of a Queens barbershop and laundromat and started blasting.
Three “known gang members” were the intended targets. Seven others were shot along with them. The assassins made their escape on Mopeds, which had been carefully following behind.
The assault tore through the Corona neighborhood “just before 11 p.m. Saturday,” July 31. According to police, “40 shell casings have so far been recovered from the scene.” The shooting happened near 99th Street and 37th Avenue. James Essig still holds the title NYPD Chief of Detectives but he’s been reduced to providing play-by-play and apologizing for why no police are around to stop things like that anymore.
“This was a brazen, coordinated attack, for lack of a better word. This is unacceptable, and it has to stop.” He only wishes that police were allowed to stop it. They aren’t so he has to beg Black Lives Matter™ militia members to play nice.
Democrat candidate for Mayor Eric Adams actually referred to the carefully coordinated incident as a “mass shooting.” He knows if he’s going to get elected he has to defeat Curtis Sliwa, founder of the Guardian Angels.
Trust me when I tell you, if you allow gangs to get footholds in this city, we have a real problem,” Adams admits. “This is a crisis.” He doesn’t say anything about providing the police with the resources they need though. As of Sunday morning, nobody was in custody.
A recurring theme
Chief Essig relates that at the time of the coordinated assassination attempt, there were bystanders “walking along the sidewalk” and a “party was in progress at a restaurant a few doors down.”
When the gun-smoke cleared, “Eight males and two females between the ages of 19 and 72 years old were all hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.” the worst of the lot was “a gunshot wound to the stomach.” The targets were allegedly members of the Trinitario street gang.
Essig has noticed a pattern to these coordinated gang attacks. “There’s just one common theme, I want to get out there, that’s a recurring theme that keeps happening, and it has to stop throughout the city.” He can’t stop it but maybe someone will help.
“That’s gang members; that’s guns, multiple guns on the scene, scooters being used, masks; and lastly, unintended targets getting hit. This is unacceptable on our streets in New York City, and it has to stop.” Please tell your gang friends to stop shooting innocent people. Keep up the good work with wearing the masks though. We don’t want any gangbangers coming down with covid.
Officers don’t have the money to put gas in the patrol cars or go around knocking on doors. They want all the local snitches to know that if any of these guys ever burned you in a drug deal or sneaked off with your woman, now is a good time to get revenge.
Everyone knows the digits to the tip hotline by now. The drug dealers and pimps can get as coordinated as they want but sooner or later they tick off the wrong person who’s hoping to score some fast cash or way out of an annoying rap.