In a major victory Occupy Wall Street has won the court case, allowing protest to return in Zucotti Park. It was only a few months ago that Bloomberg had his special assault team attack protestors in Zucotti Park under the guise of health hazard, promising to allow protestors they could return the next day. Bloomberg used a common tactic of lying to stop the 3 month long protest by having his white shirts erect a fence and ban all from enjoying the park.
Bloomberg directed the NYPD to close down Zucotti Park and to remove all protestors, their sleeping bags, tarps, coolers, food and water and to not let them back in again with anything. Hoping the cold, lack of food and water would keep the protesters from returning. Bloomberg’s affront to democracy in action is nothing new for the billionaire who doubled his money while in office as he is now worth over $20 Billion!
Mayor Bloomberg, our NYC mayor, went out to Arizona to buy three guns for $100,000 of tax collected money to prove he can buy guns anywhere in our free nation. We wonder why he did not send his agents to the Bronx or at least Harlem to help sales up there.
Bloomberg claims that 90 percent of the guns from crimes come from out of state but knows that the guns bought by NY residents come right from here. NYC has really no legal outlets for guns and the people selling them buy them from other parts of the state and nation where freedom is vastly more popular than Bloomberg himself.
Bloomberg Wins Third Term!
NYC-TV, the Bloomberg flagship government television network has been heavily involved in looting the earnings from advertisers. Advertising on government TV? Yep! All part of the Bloomberg dog and pony show! Now, Chief Operating Officer Trevor Scotland has avoided the spotlight by entering a quiet guilty plea to avoid opening the door to the ever-deepening scandals surrounding Bloomberg’s pet NYC-TV.
A group of elected officials, voters, prospective candidates and advocacy groups have challenged an amendment to the city's term limits law permitting Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and city council members to serve 12 years in office rather than eight.
The action was filed in the Eastern District in Brooklyn Monday by more than two dozen plaintiffs including former Staten Island Borough President and Congressman Guy Molinari; Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum; New York City Comptroller William C. Thompson Jr., who considered running as a mayoral candidate in 2009 prior to the amendment of the term-limits law; council members Letitia James, Working Families Party-Brooklyn, Bill de Blasio, D-Brooklyn, and Charles Barron, D-Brooklyn; voters from all five boroughs; the New York Public Interest Research Group Inc., and Virginia-based group U.S. Term Limits.
NYCTV reports New Yorkers getting mad Bloomberg steps on the law to keep spending New York Tax dollars. The Stop Bloomberg movement is growing and NYCTV backs the movement to stop the corrupt incumbents from winning on their ill-conceived acts.
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NYCTV says no more Bloomberg!
City Council backs Bloomberg on another term to continue ruining the economy of the City of New York. After 2 referendums in 6 years told the government two terms only, the mayor, along with the majority of those who are also to have left office, voted themselves an extra term ignoring all past referendums that other Mayors held when they tried to continue their rape of the taxpayer coffers.