Come back to New York City. We’ll not only shoot your children, we’ll sexually groom them too.
New York City mayor Eric Adams has launched an ad campaign in five major Florida cities protesting the Parental Rights in Education bill recently codified into law by Florida governor Ron DeSantis in an attempt to lure New York City transplants back.
“This political showmanship of attempting to demonize a particular group or community is unacceptable and we are going to loudly show our support and say to those living in Florida, ‘Listen, we want you here in New York,’” Adams announced at a press conference Monday.
“Other folks want people to hide their color. We like to show our color and this rainbow is representative of this community,” Adams said. “I have a message for Florida’s LGBTQ+ community: come to a city where you can say and be whoever you want.”
I’m sure the folks in Miami Beach will be very relieved to escape the oppressive atmosphere where they’re not allowed to be who they are.
While Florida may have banned teachers from pushing sexual topics to kindergarteners, New York City has doubled the shootings of children.
Nearly double the number of children have been shot on New York City streets in 2022 compared to the same time last year.
Here’s the opening of a Face the Nation interview with Mayor Adams.
Margaret Brennan: We turn now to the stunning increase in violent crime, and fighting that increase is one of the top priorities for New York City’s new mayor, Eric Adams. Good morning to you, Mr. Mayor. Good to have you in-studio.
Mayor Eric Adams: Thank you. Good to be here.
Brennan: New York City, with the highest number of shootings in a decade, more than 40% spike in homicides over the last two years.
Come back folks. You may get shot in New York, but at least you can talk to first graders about sex without any fear of consequences.
I’m not sure which demographic would really prioritize that over safety. Pedophiles, maybe?
At least there’s plenty of room for them in New York’s public school system.
Canzoneri “demonstrated a consistent and troubling pattern of inappropriate behavior with female students that escalated from contact by text messages and social media, after school activities, and slight physical contact,” the report said.
Canzoneri gave one former student marijuana and wine before having sex with her at a colleague’s apartment in 2015 shortly after she graduated, the report stated. He later met the young woman at a Queens park to engage in other sexual activities, it said.
“Canzoneri’s actions with these students indicates a pattern of ‘grooming’ culminating in sexual contact that threatens the wellbeing of these and other students at [Townsend Harris],” the investigators concluded. They recommended that he be fired.
The teacher’s alleged bad behavior dated back to at least 2013, although the first complaint wasn’t received until 2018, according to the report, which was issued on May 31, 2019.
Canzoneri was removed from the school during the SCI investigation, but returned this past September after he was cleared in a trial known as a 3020-a proceeding, which is required by state law for tenured educators.
Canzoneri was reporting to the school building for work up until earlier this week, when THE CITY asked about his status. He was reassigned to a position at a DOE office, according to Katie O’Hanlon, an education department spokesperson.
Okay, but at least New York doesn’t have Gov. Ron DeSantis. Is a little murder and sex grooming too high a price to pay for progressive politics?