SUOZZI BACKS ‘SOME’ OF THE BLUE

Suozzi Backs Some of the Blue  
Supporting USPS But Not Law Enforcement

‘This is in stark contrast to his deafening silence over issues of dismantling law enforcement during the passage of Bail Reform…’

Congressman Tom Suozzi “raised the alarm” today by holding a press conference to support the United States Postal Service, the operations of which are being retooled to accommodate absentee mail-in voter ballot concerns over election fraud.

As usual, Suozzi was slow on the draw, taking time to provide a lukewarm stance on this issue—but he did take a side. This is in stark contrast to his deafening silence over issues of dismantling law enforcement during the passage of Bail Reform, one of the biggest controversies in the State of New York, and as Mayor de Blasio cut $1 billion from the NYPD budget, an unwise act covered by the entire nation.

Congressional candidate George Santos was unsurprised. “Suozzi is a perennial disappointment,” George stated. “He found his voice, as meek as it is, when it came to the USPS. He obviously didn’t think too much about how to combat the inevitable issue of election fraud. But where’s the support for our first responders? Why didn’t he do a press conference for them? Why hasn’t he appeared at a single ‘Back the Blue’ rally?

The social contract between the government and its protection of its citizens is the strongest pillar of civilization, but Suozzi couldn’t muster the courage to speak on that. I take it back—he’s not a perennial disappointment; he always acts just like we think he will. The guy’s favorite game is ‘follow the leader.’”

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