Nanny Bloomberg Wants to Fingerprint More Than a Half Million New Yorkers


Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
August 17, 2013

Nanny Bloomberg never gets enough to satisfy his authoritarian urge. First it was cracking down on soda, allegedly part of a government health imitative, then he wanted to ban e-cigarettes.

Prior to this, Bloomberg made sure New Yorkers remained unable to protect themselves and he pushed to disarm the nation at large, making sure the thugs, rapists, and home invaders have the upper hand.

Nanny Mike, however, was recently dealt a blow to his control freak agenda when a judge struck down his stop and frisk affront to the Bill of Rights.

Mike’s undaunted, though. Now he wants to fingerprint more than 600,000 people who live in public housing.

“Five percent of our population lives in NYCHA housing, 20 percent of the crime is in NYCHA housing — numbers like that. And we’ve just got to find some way to keep bringing crime down there. And we have a whole group of police officers assigned to NYCHA housing,” Bloomberg said, according to CBS News. “The people that live there, most of them, want more police protection. They want more people. If you have strangers walking in the halls of your apartment building, don’t you want somebody to stop and say, ‘Who are you, why are you here?’”

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“What we really should have is fingerprinting to get in, since there’s an allegation that some of the apartments aren’t occupied by the people who originally have the lease,” Bloomberg said on his weekly radio show, sort of the equivalent of Benito Mussolini’s radio speeches.

Residents, naturally, are angered by Nanny Bloomberg’s outrageous proposal and many of them want to send him packing.

“Bloomberg needs to get a job. Get out of here already. He’s done. Bloomberg is done,” a Chelsea Houses resident told the news station.


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