Shot Queens Teenager Rips NYC Mayor Adams

All she was doing was sitting in her house doing her homework.

The next thing Tamima Simara knew, she had been shot in the leg.

She may only be 15 years old, but she had some pretty harsh words for Mayor Adams.

About that Law and Order

Adams ran on a law-and-order campaign.

As I have stated before, even though he is a Democrat, we all had high hopes for Adams going into office.

It turns out, Adams is more interested in living a celebrity’s life than in running the city.

Hie is often seen at celeb parties and nightclubs, which makes us all wonder who is actually watching the shop when the mayor is recovering from his big nights on the town.

Tamima is wondering the same thing, saying she has no faith in the mayor and believes the surging violence in New York is “only going to get worse.”

She continued, “We make fun of [Mayor] Eric Adams all the time.

“It’s kind of crazy how he thinks just getting homeless people off the subway will do anything to help the crime rates. It’s hard.

“There is not much you can do to effectively get rid of these problems.”

She is wrong on that front because there is plenty that can be done to drive down crime rates, but Adams does not seem to be willing to put some skin into the game.

Adams could have written his own ticket had he taken this job seriously.

Instead, he is what I like to call a PUC.

When I worked in the hospitality business, that is what I called my servers that didn’t really care about service, but instead were there to merely Pick Up a Check.

That is what Adams is doing right now… picking up a check, taking in all the city has to offer to a celeb, and enjoying the life of a big city paycheck.

Source: New York Post


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