Fences don’t work. Walls don’t work. They’re a waste of money.
That’s what we’ve heard from Democrats for the last 4 years.
New York Mayor Bill De Blasio has been on the attack trail of President Trump for years over the President’s call for a border wall. He’s said the wall would be inhumane and racist and a waste of taxpayer money.
However, De Blasio is now considering the construction of a fence along the beaches of New York to ensure New Yorkers don’t access the beach area, especially for Memorial Day.
De Blasio was on a Fox News show on Sunday where the topic came up.
In an interview with Fox News, de Blasio said he didn’t want to build a wall but he might have to in order to keep the people away from the water.
The mayor explains that he concerned that the beaches get crowded quickly and that we are not close to the end of the pandemic.
In contrast, Governor Cuomo (D-NY) has already announced that the beaches will be open for Memorial Day.
Which is it?
De Blasio has suggested that he may use the NYPD and even want military to keep people away from the beaches.
As Del Duduit posed the question: Is this about the safety of the people or control of the people?
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