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Homeless deaths spike amid all-time high
in population under Mayor de Blasio

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Posted By: Ribicon, 1/19/2020 1:38:13 PM

More homeless New Yorkers died last year than in any other in the past decade—despite promises by Mayor Bill de Blasio to make their lives better. Homeless deaths from July 2018 through June 2019 totaled 404—a staggering 39% increase from the previous fiscal year and the highest number since 2006, when the city began recording the deaths. Sixty percent died in a hospital. The rest died outdoors or in other places that the city didn’t specify in its annual report, which is mandated by law. The top five causes of the deaths: drugs, heart disease, alcoholism, unspecified accidents and cancer.


New Yorkers elected De Blasio because they care about The Little Guy and because they know socialism works. There is no push to have the homeless institutionalized (most of them are dangerously insane, often with substance addiction), so the city keeps spending more money and congratulating themselves on how much they care.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Newtsche 1/19/2020 1:51:11 PM (No. 292718)
Culling the herd, the greater good, faith in science, Darwin and a life of the mind. Behold your betters, stand in awe.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: JunkYardDog 1/19/2020 2:02:23 PM (No. 292724)
Yet another example of the Left promising the moon & stars, and failing spectacularly because they haven't a clue how to actually deliver. Only an idiot would have voted for DeBlasio in the first place, but idiots are what we are turning out in our schools-by the droves. Indoctrinating young people is easy because a) they are impressionable, and b) since they are usually cared for by parents, they are sheltered from the effects of Leftist polices. DeBlasio doesn't care about the homeless but will shift the blame to Republicans and Trump for their existence.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Cynical Backstory 1/19/2020 2:25:14 PM (No. 292737)
I still think Rudy’s solution was best. Go to a shelter or go to jail. In spite of all the bleeding heart articles, homelessness doesn’t invest anyone with holiness. The majority of these people have been down and out losers their whole lives. I’ll bet their families don’t even want them.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: bad-hair 1/19/2020 2:37:53 PM (No. 292744)
After which former mayor mini-mike spent 60 million on TV ads saying mayor da Blasio is not as bad as Slow Joe Biden or the rest. He' then offered the black guy D'Blazz the vice president gig.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: chance_232 1/19/2020 2:39:31 PM (No. 292748)
There is one thing that democrats everywhere are genetically incapable of grasping...… cause and effect. The second is unintended consequences. When you encourage bad behavior, you get more bad behavior. When you stop enforcing the law, you get more crime. When you give bennies to the homeless, they come in droves. What the democrats think is this....everyone should be free to be themselves with no judgement. Not enforcing the law is the right thing to do because....racism. Giving out bennies helps those that get them and that it will reduce the problem.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: snowoutlaw 1/19/2020 2:41:32 PM (No. 292750)
Of course since the homeless population has increased there would be more deaths even if the percentage stayed the same.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: JHHolliday 1/19/2020 2:50:51 PM (No. 292754)
We had a homeless camp start in some woods in our small city. It sort of grew under the radar but they had a death there that brought the authorities in. Within a week, no more homeless camp. They simply enforced the law.....go to a shelter or leave. No one is allowed to camp on someone else's property, private or public. There will always be a 'homeless' problem because certain people want to live with no rules. Fine, but don't make your city attractive by giving them freebies and needles.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Historybuff 1/19/2020 3:08:56 PM (No. 292764)
"in response to the skyrocketing number of deaths, a coalition spokeswoman called on the state and the city to provide more affordable housing." "Affordable Housing" starts with affordable taxes. I pay per quarter what I used to pay per year, not that long ago. Nobody asks if I can afford it. Same with my water and sewer - can't get away from that one. The bums run the subways - the MTA may run the trains. but the bums have taken over the subways. Yesterday I was on the Times Sq to Grand Central shuttle. 3 cars 3 bums. This morning 2 bums on the way in, 1 bum on the way home.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: DVC 1/19/2020 3:47:17 PM (No. 292791)
Let's see. Drug addicts, alcoholics and the mentally ill, living in raw sewage and eating out of dumpsters with no health care. I wonder if any of these factors might have something to do with these deaths? /s off As would be expected by any sane person.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Strike3 1/19/2020 5:28:47 PM (No. 292837)
When the feces, garbage and rat-spread plagues really take hold, the deaths will increase exponentially. They are lucky they still have the same percentage.
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