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Fox News presenter Greg Gutfeld speculated about fighting crime after a man was accidentally shot dead in a New York subway car on “Five».

GREG GUTFELD: There is a sense of fatalism that these problems are simply inevitable and will not change, and that crime is now just a part of life, and, you know, it is the exact opposite of the general optimism that we had, say, 20 years ago or even 15 …

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You had the biggest city on earth that was also safe, but now it’s like, you know what? If you don’t like it, you go out, you know. That’s right, and … I remember watching “Wish of Death” and all these movies when I was a kid, thinking I would never go New York. It’s actually worse and weirder because the violence is accidental and brutal, and I mean people are just werewolves, just pushing people in front of the subway, and I said that on Friday … How do we define the bottom?

Like, that’s when liberal leadership decide, “Okay, we can’t anymore,” because everyone else has had enough. What do you need for this? We continue to reconsider our expectations from society lower and lower, so now we are taking a man who goes to breakfast at 11 am in a beautiful part of town to be shot …

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It all dates back to de Blasio. He was the one who said … we need fewer cops in the subway. We needed a smaller presence because it caused people inconvenience and now we are reaping the consequences and he says he is going to run Congress. Not on my watch.

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