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In an unsigned statement released Tuesday, a fraternal order of Black police said Pat Lynch showed his union a "lack of respect" by endorsing Trump without telling them ahead of time.
Add the city's 36,000 police officers to the growing chorus of voices demanding a personal carve-out from the city's just-approved congestion pricing surcharge.
Lynch's son Kevin, who is also a cop, allegedly didn't report a friend whose gun went off in a car they were hanging out in.
Guess what Pat Lynch thinks of this.
"[Patrick Lynch] rolled the dice, and he lost on this roll of the dice."
"New Yorkers need to send a message to this purveyor of degeneracy that he has no business coming to our city to peddle his slanderous 'Cop Fiction.'"
Also, New Yorkers are pretty annoyed with Pat Lynch and Al Sharpton.
Pat Lynch's 'guys got up and there was shoving and pushing.'
Finally, a test for determining whether you're a "real New Yorker" or not.
The NY Times has had just about enough of all this insubordination.
According to the Post, overall arrests were 66 percent lower last week than they were last year, and police sources claim this is intentional.
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