Letters to the Editor — Nov. 25, 2022

Letters to the Editor — Nov. 25, 2022

The Issue: Mayor Adams’ appointment of his former landlord, Lisa White, to deputy NYPD commissioner.

Does Mayor Adams assume his constituents in New York City are all fools (“Friends with benefit$,” Nov. 23)?

I actually assume he believes that so long as you’re a relative, a good friend or a good friend of a good friend that qualifies you for a $200,00-plus place in his administration.

Just what number of deputies does the mayor want? Apparently, nobody oversees these appointments.

I assume together with his very energetic nightlife, the mayor wants all these deputies to run the town. It’s not stunning that so many individuals have been abandoning the Big Apple.

Dick Mills


I voted for Mayor Adams due to his law-enforcement background and his no-nonsense marketing campaign guarantees on preventing crime.

Clearly, I made a mistake. It’s evident that avenue crime is uncontrolled, however so is the mayor’s blatant meting out of profitable patronage jobs to family and friends.

It has develop into evident that Adams is utilizing his government energy recklessly.

Gerard Rosenthal


Well, it looks like nothing is altering with the Democrats and the strikes they make.

Our mayor has appointed his once-landlord, Lisa White, a former 911 dispatcher, to deputy NYPD commissioner.

What’s he going to do subsequent — appoint his cleansing girl as commissioner of the Department of Sanitation? That’s in all probability a greater transfer. At least she would have some cleansing expertise. Rob Johann


​After seeing The Post’s front-page headline on Wednesday, the conclusion was clear. Obviously the previous saying, “It’s not what you realize, however who you who know,” remains to be working very effectively.

Adams is unquestionably displaying his true colours right here.

Frank Brady


Adams’ administration isn’t a really culturally numerous one. He has given his cronies high-paying jobs that almost certainly include a good-looking pension.

I’ve an issue if these individuals are not certified for these jobs, and it’s based mostly on nepotism alone.

Alfred Bonnabel


The Issue: Midterm-election information displaying GOP politicians gained in predominantly Asian areas in NYC.

Your front-page story, “Asian voters ditched Dems,” paints a distorted picture of Asian American voters (Nov. 21).

The Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund’s multilingual exit ballot on Nov. 8 surveyed 2,628 voters throughout Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan. A majority weighed the economic system/jobs and well being care as extra influential to their vote than public security.

Further, Asian American voters typically supported Democratic candidates, together with Gov. Hochul and Iwen Chu, the primary Asian American lady elected to the state Senate.

There is little question Democrats must do extra to achieve out to our communities and earn our votes, however portray Asian Americans as merely pushed by sensational rhetoric round crime is deceptive.

R. Patel

Fellow, AALDEF


It is not any shock that many Asian voters have modified course.

Democratic politicians have taken these hardworking, productive folks without any consideration for too lengthy.

It is troublesome to just accept that proper right here in New York, a lot of our radical political leaders have determined that there are too many Asian college students in colleges of excessive standing.

With the ultimate information in on the final election, it appears the Asian voting bloc has despatched out a powerful message.

Nicholas Maffei


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