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NY Gov. Hochul Proposes Deporting Migrants That Attacked Police


Can this be true?

Am I hearing this right?

Did a Democrat just utter the 6-letter-word?

That word is “deport”.


And New York Gov. Hochul is considering that very thing.

Truly miracles happen, even in New York!

New York Post reports:

Republican pols are lining up to demand that the rowdy migrants nabbed in a caught-on-camera attack on two NYPD cops in Times Square get deported — as Gov. Kathy Hochul said it’s something that should certainly be “looked at.”

The Democratic governor, speaking to reporters after announcing the nomination of Steven G. James as New York State Police Superintendent on Wednesday, was asked about the shocking beatdown and whether the asylum-seeking suspects should be deported.

“I think that’s actually something that should be looked at,” Hochul replied.

“I mean, if someone commits a crime against a police officer in the state of New York and they’re not here legally, it’s definitely worth checking into,” she said.

“These are law enforcement officers who should never under any circumstances be subjected to physical assault,” Hochul added. “It’s wrong on all accounts and I’m looking to judges and prosecutors to do the right thing.”

Footage of the incident on West 42nd Street shows an NYPD officer and lieutenant telling a group of migrants to move along before a scuffle breaks out. The officers sustained kicks and punches as they attempted to wrestle some of the individuals to the ground.

“New York City does not provide sanctuary from prosecution from various violent felonies,” said defense attorney Michael Bachner, a former Manhattan prosecutor.

“Assaulting an officer, that is the type of offense that I believe would 100% be subject to deportation,” Bachner said. “The immigration courts, they don’t look kindly on assaulting law enforcement officials.”

Once their case concludes — with either a plea, conviction or charges dropped — an “immigration hold” would typically be placed on them and they would be subject to deportation after serving out their sentence, he added.

“They should then be transported to an immigration facility where they would be subject to immigration court and subject to removal from the country,” Bachner said.

Police busted five men – Darwin Andres Gomez-Izquiel, 19, Kelvin Servita Arocha, 19, Wilson Juarez, 21, Jhoan Boada, 22, and Yorman Reveron, 24 — for the Times Square attack.


Imagine that.

I was half-expecting those thugs to be each given gift cards, a new Nintendo Switch, a BLM goodie bag full of snacks and the key to the city.

That attack, though, was just the tip of the iceberg of the crime that saturates New York.

Lawlessness abounds.

And ladies, better start duct taping your shoes on.

The One Shoe Bandit is lurking:

These illegal immigrants are even forming gangs already.

Now there’s a manhunt.

And have you ever seen so many police cars?!

Is this part of the manhunt?

Or just a typical day in Hochuls’s New York?

Someone in the comments made an interesting point:


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