New York City authorities might strike on July 4 to offer city ‘self-reliance without polices’

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    New York City law enforcement officer are apparently preparing a strike on July 4 (Picture: ABC News)

    New York City law enforcement officer seem preparing a strike on July 4 in action to calls to defund authorities departments throughout the nation.

    The New York Post reported that 2 messages are flowing throughout the city’s authorities department motivating officers to stay at home on Independence Day.

    One of the messages states the strike will start at 3pm on July 4.

    ‘NYPD cops will strike on July 4th to let the city have their independence without cops,’ the message checks out, according to The Post.

    ‘Cops that say we can’t strike since of the Taylor Law…The individuals and this city doesn’t honor us so why honor them,’ the message continues, referencing a law that makes strikes unlawful for public employees who can be penalized with prison time or fines.

    NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JUNE 02: Police enforce an 8pm curfew as thousands of demonstrators again take to the streets of Manhattan to show anger at the police killing of George Floyd on June 02, 2020 in New York City. The Minneapolis Police officer ,Derek Chauvin, who was filmed kneeling on George Floyd's neck before he died has been arrested. Floyd's death, the most recent in a series of deaths of black Americans while in police custody, has set off days and nights of protests across the country. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    The strike is apparently in action to the anti-police belief sweeping the country in the wake of
    George Floyd’s death. (Picture: Getty Images)

    The 2nd message features the tag #Bluflu and informs polices to call out on Independence Day.

    ‘Police officers like you and me took an oath to protect strangers regardless of race, class or gender. Today we are vilified and must stand as one.’

    The message goes on to offer directions for calling out sic, informing officers to call their precinct and request for an ill day. If they are rejected, they were informed to call the primary NYPD ill desk. If that strategy does not work, the officers were then advised to go to work, then request for an ambulance to go house ill.

    ‘If you are held because of the #Bluflu, request a bus and go sick from command,’ the message checks out.

    It is uncertain of the leaflets were composed by officers and the president of the New York City Police Benevolent Associaation, Patrick Lynch, informed The Post the ‘blue flue’ has actually been a joke for years, however ‘the situation we are in right now is now joke,’ he stated, including that New York City law enforcement officer ‘have reached the breaking point.’

    ‘Over the past few weeks, we have been attacked on the streets, demonized in the media and denigrated by practically every politician in this city. Now we are facing the possibility of being arrested any time we go out to do our job.’

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