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New York City Looses Terror Funds As Chuck Schumer Holds Press Conferences About Facebook And Airline Carry On Bags
Chuck Schumer Should Stop Holding Press Conferences And Start Lobbying Fellow Republican Barack Obama To Restore New York City's Lost Terror Funds
The federal government is severely cutting funding to subway and other transit anti-terror programs, while Schumer is holding press conferences about Facebook.
Schumer should quit holding mindless press conferences and start put pressure on the White House to restore $57 million in Terror Funds.... See More
Over the past five years Schumer has held countless press conferences as New York City has lost an additional 56 Million in terror funds.
New York City should not be forced to settle for less than its fair share of these security funds.
Eleven percent of port security funding does not reflect the fact that time and again New York is the prime target for terrorism in the United States.
It is alarmingly, that Chuck Schumer sat by as the city is only getting 11 percent of the total Federal Transit and Port Security Grants.
Schumer doesn’t hold the president responsible.
Instead, he said officials at Homeland Security and the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, rather than the president, when discussing the terror fund cuts.
The bottom line is, New York City continues to be the No. 1 target for terrorism in the United States and it's Chuck Schumer's job to make sure that federal anti-terror funding reflects that reality.
If Chuck Schumer was doing his job properly, then New York City would be able to get 3,000 surveillance cameras in Midtown Manhattan, if more UASI funding is appropriated to the city—something both Mayor Michael Bloomberg and NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly have pushed for.
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