Somehow I doubt it, because the policies are Woke. Columbia University student Davide Giri killed in NYC stabbing
This is a story about the Columbia Ph.D. student killed near Collumbia University in NYC, and another person stabbed by the same assailant near the same time. What is of interest to me is much farther down in the story. The statistics and the fact that people are begining to place blame.
First the statistics.
Murders in the Big Apple have kept pace so far this year compared with the same period in 2020, with just three fewer homicides as of Monday, 433 vs 436, according to NYPD data.
But murders are up 42 percent from the same time in 2019, the data shows.
And then the fact that some are starting to place the blame for the policies that caused the mayhem.
“I have lived here 25 years and this is as unsafe as it has ever been,” Yolanda Ramos, 69, said. “Violence and homelessness around here has worsened ever since [Mayor] de Blasio opened the jails. It’s open season.”
The crime scene where a person was randomly stabbed on W110th Street at Morningside Drive
I would like to say that it is odd to see a quote like that one, but this is the New York Post, not the New York Times. Though most of the quotes fall into the "Neighbors were shocked" category.
So will anything change? Eventually, in another 20 or 30 years, when people are tired of living in fear, but not much before then.