Donald Trump Issues Warning on ‘Highly Hazardous’ Emerging Crime Trend

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In a recent post on Truth Social and during a press appearance outside a New York City courtroom, former President Donald Trump raised concerns about what he referred to as “Biden Migrant Crime.” Trump characterized this emerging category of crime as more significant and violent than anything seen in decades.

Amidst this warning, Trump is currently facing legal scrutiny in a New York court following an indictment by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

The charges involve alleged falsification of business records in connection to hush money payments made to adult film star Stormy Daniels. Trump, however, vehemently denies any wrongdoing, emphasizing that there is no crime.

The gravity of Trump’s warning gained traction with a recent incident in Times Square where two NYPD officers were attacked by a group identified as illegal migrants. After their arrest, the assailants were released without bail, shedding light on the evolving nature of crimes involving migrants in the city.

Further adding to the concern, NYPD Deputy Commissioner Kaz Daughtry revealed that one of the migrants involved in the Times Square attack participated in a subsequent robbery in Queens. The group not only robbed a department store but also assaulted an employee, suggesting a pattern of disregard for the law.

Data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection indicates a notable increase in illegal migrant encounters, particularly at the U.S.-Mexico border. The impeachment of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and criticisms directed at the Biden administration’s handling of the situation underscore the seriousness of the issue.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s decision to transport migrants to Democratic-led sanctuary cities, including New York, has contributed to over 33,000 migrants arriving in the city since December 2022. Mayor Eric Adams has expressed concerns about the ongoing influx, warning that it could potentially “destroy New York City.”

The recent attack on NYPD officers by migrants drew a strong condemnation from the New York City Police Benevolent Association. They argued that the failure of the justice system to hold the assailants accountable not only emboldens them but also perpetuates further victimization of New Yorkers.

Acknowledging New York’s rich history as a city of immigrants, Mayor Adams raised concerns about the fairness of turning a global problem into a burden solely for New Yorkers. This nuanced perspective reflects the delicate balance between the city’s commitment to its immigrant heritage and the practical challenges posed by the current influx.

Donald Trump Warns of 'Really Dangerous' New Crime

In a recent hearing, a New York judge dealt a blow to Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign by denying his motion to dismiss the case. The setting of a jury selection date for March 25 adds another layer of complexity to Trump’s legal battles, as he sought to defer several cases, including this one, until after the election.

Beyond the New York case, Trump faces two federal indictments by Special Counsel Jack Smith and another case in Fulton County, Georgia, related to alleged election interference.

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These legal challenges introduce further intricacy to Trump’s political landscape, raising questions about the broader implications for both local governance and national politics.

As Donald Trump issues a grave warning about the rise of “Biden Migrant Crime,” the convergence of immigration, crime, and politics takes center stage in New York City.

Ongoing legal battles add complexity to the narrative, creating a multifaceted challenge for authorities and raising questions about the broader implications for both local governance and national politics.

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