Does De Blasio really think that painting giant letters on the ground will help to stop crime in the city?

Yesterday (jul/9th) we had a chance do watch NYC mayor De Blasio getting his hands dirty using "Black Lives Matter" cause to his political benefit, such as democrats normally do. Nothing new on that, but while we all see the city going through some increasing violence issues which demand proper attention and severe action by the mayor, it seems quite pathetic to see this man thinking that he helps the community by painting giant yellow letters on the ground.

Unfortunately, it's just part of an ongoing political rant over President Trump's latest remarks about the movement and an effort to wear out his popularity during his second term run for the presidency.

We at "The Fictional Bugle" are not against the "Black Lives Matter" movement. We do think that it's legit, but, clearly, when politicians get involved with this kind o movement on an electoral year it kind of dims out its shine and dangerously puts it on a brink of losing its credibility.

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This political "acting" took place at Fifth Avenue in front of Trump Tower while activists, watching, chanted: “Whose streets? Our streets!”

“When we say ‘Black Lives Matter’, there is no more American statement, there is no more patriotic statement because there is no America without Black America,” De Blasio said. “We are acknowledging the truth of ourselves as Americans by saying ‘Black Lives Matter’. We are righting a wrong.”

What was brought to our attention is the fact that our spider-friend was spotted on the ledges of the Fifth Avenue, apparently, just observing what was going on.

Since our last article, we've been receiving pictures of him and we promise to keep you posted about spider-man news, now on, with much more beautiful and revealing pictures of our friend.

The Weather today (07/10) in NY:

Rain Shower - 73 degrees - Tropical Storm Warning at the Hudson County area issued by NY, US, National Weather Service.

Locations affected - Bayonne, Kearny, Jersey City.

Tags: DeBlasio, Trump, NYC, Democrats, BlackLivesMatter, Elections