One Governor had to call in the military to stop Alvin Bragg

Mar 11, 2024

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is one of the most controversial prosecutors in America.

But a line’s been crossed.

And now a Governor had to call in the military to stop Alvin Bragg.

New York Governor Kathy Hochul deploys National Guard troops to protect the subways

It’s been a gruesome few weeks for commuters on the New York City Subway.

Authorities found a human leg strewn across the subway tracks on February 16.

Police arrested a thug who pummeled a cellist at a subway platform on February 16 after arresting the hoodlum eight previous times

On February 23, New York City Police officers arrested three suspects involved in a fatal shooting.

Many New York residents are gripped in fear.

And it appears citizens’ shouting enough may have even started to weigh on the Empire State’s Democrat Governor. 

New York Governor Kathy Hochul is a radical leftist herself whose zealotry on support for abortion on demand was only matched by her fanaticism about the COVID vaccine.

But even Hochul had enough of leftist prosecutors, like Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, turning criminals loose on the streets and refusing to maintain law and order.

Hochul announced a new plan to deploy National Guard troops at subway stations across  the city to keep the peace and provide for public safety.

“I’m committed to ensuring all New Yorkers feel safe on our subways. To do that, we will: [1] Increase public safety personnel [2] Introduce legislation to protect riders & workers [3] Add security cameras [4] Boost collaboration to hold offenders accountable [5] Expand SCOUT Teams,” Hochul posted on social media.

Hochul tries to act tough on crime

In the 2022 New York Gubernatorial Election, pro-Trump Congressman Lee Zeldin came within six points of beating Hochul.

Zeldin’s single-minded focus on crime helped him nearly pull off an upset that had down-ballot consequences.

Republicans flipped four Democrat-held seats in New York, riding Zeldin’s coattails and essentially winning the majority in the U.S. House of Representatives for Republicans.

The courts gave Democrats a slightly more favorable Congressional map for 2024 and the Democrat Party is targeting New York as ground zero in their quest to win back the House.

Hochul doesn’t want a repeat of 2022, where Republicans rode anger at Soros-backed prosecutors like Bragg for turning a blind eye to crime to the majority.

 So, Hochul is trying to act like she’s taking the safety of New Yorkers on the subway seriously.

“Let me be very clear, these brazen heinous attacks on our subway system will not be tolerated,” Hochul declared, adding that city officials must “find new ways to work together to go after the repeat offenders … deterring crime and protecting the people on our subways.”

“I am redeploying nearly 1,000 members of the New York State Police, MTA Police, and MTA National Guard to conduct bag checks in the city’s busiest transit stations,” Hochul concluded.

Democrats know the anger is building over Joe Biden and the Democrats’ failed policies.

Democrats also know voters blame them for crime.

And Democrats are desperate to avoid another New York Congressional wipeout that would all but doom any chance they have of winning back the majority in the House of Representatives.

*24/7 Politics Official Polling*

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