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“GET HER OUT OF HERE!”: NY Gov Hochul Kicked Out of NYPD Jonathan Diller’s Wake

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Published on: March 31, 2024

Gov. Kathy Hochul was asked to leave the second day of viewing of slain NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller’s after just 10 minutes because her policies directly led to his murder.

A richly deserved snub. Hochul passed bail reform and refused to repeal it. Hochul could have removed Soros backed DA Alvin Bragg but didn’t. She has blood on her hands.

Elections have deadly consequences.

The killers had long criminal records but they were released back on the street. The killer, Guy Rivera had 21 prior arrests.

UPDATE: Here are more details about what went on behind the scenes:

• NY Mayor Eric Adams arrived with DA Alvin Bragg, unannounced.

• Stephanie, Officer Diller’s widow, confronted them, telling them they need to change the laws/judges are releasing dangerous criminals. They quickly left.

• The family had asked visitors to wait outside while they privately said goodbye, when closing the casket. Gov Hochul came ‘storming in.’
The family told her to leave, that she had ‘Jonathan’s blood on her hands.’

• Both Gov Hochul AND AG Leticia James asked the family if they could speak at Officer Diller’s funeral Sunday. The family refused.

• When President Trump arrived, Officer Diller’s grandmother asked him for a hug, and he happily obliged.

Hochul passed bail reform and refused to repeal it. Hochul could have removed Soros backed DA Alvin Bragg but didn’t. She has blood on her hands.

Gov. Hochul confronted by mourner at NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller’s wake, crowd applauds as she leaves
By Craig McCarthy and Vaughn Golden and Olivia Land, NY Post, March 29, 2024:

Gov. Kathy Hochul was filmed being confronted by an emotional mourner on her way out of a short visit to the wake for slain NYPD hero Jonathan Diller Friday afternoon – with bystanders applauding as she made her exit.

The unidentified man dressed in a black suit gestured firmly and was visibly agitated as he spoke to the Democratic lawmaker, according to footage of the incident.

The tense clash received support from a group of onlookers gathered outside the venue, who clapped as the mourner as the blank-faced governor shuffled back to her car.

Hochul — who had asked the NYPD, the NYPD Police Benevolent Association, and the Nassau County Police Benevolent Association ahead of time about attending — arrived at the Massapequa Funeral Home on Long Island for the second day of viewing around 1:45 p.m..

While at the emotional event, Hochul had an “animated” conversation with Diller’s 29-year-old widow, Stephanie, one witness told The Post.

“[It looked] like she was telling [Hochul] off,” they said of the tense exchange. “It didn’t look like the widow had a kind word to say.”

Hochul left immediately after that, the individual claimed.

Another source, however, said they saw the governor having a “short, respectful conversation” with the devastated family.

“She greeted the family members, then walked out,” they told The Post, noting that she was inside for “10 to 15 minutes.”

“It was a brief respectful visit. She was not asked to leave,” the source added of the incident outside.

It was initially believed that the governor was asked to leave, in a telling reflection of the leader’s frosty reception.

Sources said Hochul discussed “policy” with the grieving family. Progressive policies, such as bail reform, have been blamed for Diller’s tragic death.

Hochul’s brief stop came one day after former President Donald Trump paid his respects at the first day of viewings – where he stayed for around 40 minutes.

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Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

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