De Blasio Denied Ordering Homeless Off Subway So He Could Ride. Then a Damning Email Emerged…
A New York Police Department email sent on Saturday night outlined the plans for police to clear the homeless from two separate subway stations in Brooklyn before Mayor Bill de Blasio (D.) arrived on Sunday.
Despite City Hall claiming that the email does not exist, the New York Post received a copy of it Tuesday that outlined the instructions for four police officers to divide and conquer the sweep of the two subway stations.
“Before the Mayor arrives at the 4th Avenue station, the officers are to sweep the station for homeless persons as well as the Jay Street station,” the email said. “There will be press at the 4th Avenue station.”