“I never ordered anyone to do anything.”
“I think that story is just unfair and inaccurate in so many ways,” you continued.
“Dante was a protectee of the NYPD … There have been threats against him. There have been threats against my family,” you also said.
“It’s all just part of the job. We just do it out of respect.”
“He does not have their back. I firmly believe that he does not have their back.”
“It’s disgraceful,” Anemone continued. “He’s the chief executive of this city of New York, the largest city in this country. He has not taken the lead for security, for public security, and for supporting the police. He’s been behind, way behind.”
“I have had to have very, very serious talks with my son, Dante, about how to protect himself on the streets of our city and all over our country, including how to deal with the fact that he has to take special caution because there have been too many tragedies between our young men and our police.”
Even with your belief that we all have a proclivity for violence aimed at innocent young men of color, you still put him in the car with us for the numerous drives to and from New Haven. That leads me to ask: do you even care what happens to your son?
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