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Eric Adams blames ‘professional’ anarchists for Kyle Rittenhouse riots

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Mayor-elect Eric Adams blamed “professional” anarchists for the rioting and vandalism in New York City following Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal Friday — insisting these teams infiltrate cities to “create violence.”

“They were all male, white, many of them are from outside the city or just recently moved here. I think there is an anarchist group in this city that’s attempted to create violence in cities and make it seem like it’s our neighbors doing it when it’s not,” Adams mentioned Monday on Fox 5’s “Good Day New York.”

“These are professionals that are coming into our city causing this violence.”

As protests sprang up throughout the nation and 5 boroughs Friday night, an indignant mob descended on normally quiet Middle Village, Queens, the place many decked out in all black allegedly tossed rubbish cans at cops, ripped down American and “Blue Lives Matters” flags, and broken mailboxes and automobiles, NYPD and sources beforehand informed The Post.

Five had been arrested and charged with rioting, one with felony possession of a weapon and two of them had been hit with felony mischief, resisting arrest, obstructing authorities administration, reckless endangerment of property, and illegal meeting fees, in response to police.

Adams — who following the decision urged protesters to behave in a “peaceful” method and known as for stricter gun management legal guidelines — likened the incident in Queens to the violent mob that stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6.

“If you go into a community where an elected official has a belief or opinion and you target his home, you go in with axes and dangerous weapons, that’s a real signal,” mentioned Adams, referring to Councilman Robert Holden, a centrist, pro-cop Democrat who represents the neighborhood.

Retired firefighter and veteran, Rick Ludwig (left) stands with Mayor-elect Eric Adams (right) after Ludwig's car was vandalized by Kyle Rittenhouse verdict protestors.
Retired firefighter and veteran Rick Ludwig (left) stands with Mayor-elect Eric Adams after Ludwig’s automobile was vandalized by Kyle Rittenhouse verdict protesters.
BRIGITTE STELZER
Mayor-elect, Eric Adams had likened the vandalism and destruction to the January 6, 2021 Capitol Riot even after he asked protesters to act in a “peaceful” manner.
Mayor-elect Eric Adams had likened the vandalism and destruction to the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot even after he requested protesters to behave in a “peaceful” method.
BRIGITTE STELZER

“That’s no different, to me, than what happened at our Capitol when they targeted Congress people,” the retired NYPD captain-turned-politician continued.

“We must take this threat seriously, what individuals from outside our city are attempting to do, and I’m really concerned about this.”

Adams’ Monday morning feedback come after he denounced the chaotic demonstration on Saturday.

“It’s one thing to protest at any elected official’s office … but to come to a neighborhood and openly destroy property, be disruptive and throw objects at the residents of the neighborhood — that is unacceptable in our city,” he mentioned throughout a press convention within the neighborhood alongside Holden.

Adams, at present the Brooklyn borough president, takes workplace on Jan. 1.

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