Giuliani Slams De Blasio on Garner: He Created Atmosphere of ‘Protest, Violence’

‘There was no racism in this case’

Giuliani Slams De Blasio: Created Atmosphere of ‘Protest, Violence’ (Mediaite)

Former Gotham Mayor Rudy Giuliani told Fox & Friends Thursday morning that the grand jury decision not to indict NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleowas likely correct, and that current Mayor Bill de Blasio had incited protests with his comments about the years of racism leading up to the choking death of Eric Garner.

“This helps to create this atmosphere of protest, and even sometimes violence,” Giuliani said. “There was no racism in this case. There was no indication that if this man was a white man of the same size resisting arrest, the same thing would happen.”

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