The New York Post is reporting that a “community refrigerator” set up by New York state Sen. Jessica Ramos to offer free meals to those in need has been vandalized.
— New York Post (@nypost) January 2, 2021
The full-size fridge was set up in front of state Sen. Jessica Ramos’ district office in East Elmhurst in October, and was staffed by dozens of volunteers to provide free meals to the poor.
But when The Post visited Saturday morning, there were food containers and spilled rice on the ground, and the doors of the fridge and the electrical grid in the back were “destroyed,” according to Ramos, who called it “an act of hatred.”
We’re surprised it lasted since October.
— NH (@TwoQuoque) January 2, 2021
It’s just property. I’m sure insurance will cover it.
— Clap for that you stupid bastards (@AuburnGirl36849) January 2, 2021
Send social workers
— worst of shire (@2scooooops) January 2, 2021
No matter how many times they try this it always ends the same.
And their faith is unshakable. https://t.co/lynDAYg047
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) January 3, 2021
— Not Plato (@luckylastword) January 2, 2021
Didn't see this happening
— January 6 will shock the world (@n8pritchard78) January 3, 2021
This is why NYC can never have nice things.
— Dr. Media Pretendency-elect Keltto 🇺🇲 (@keltto_ken) January 3, 2021
Under the new "justice reform" laws championed by progressives like Senator Ramos almost nothing will happen to the perps if they're ever found.
— Dave (@Dave_in_718) January 2, 2021
And thanks to the #bailreform Sen Jessica Ramos passed the vandals will be released almost immediately after getting caught.
— Izengabe (@Izengabe_) January 2, 2021
Probably bears. Out here in the country side, if you leave a fridge with food in it outside, the bears will tear it up.
— Chuck White (@Chuck_Blanco) January 2, 2021
This would never work in Toronto. The raccoons would loot the fridge long before vandals showed up.
— Tim Jaques (@PretendEditor) January 2, 2021
Because why would they want anything good for their community
— Ryder (@tired_key1) January 2, 2021
Did anyone expect anything else from “vandals” who have been handed a city to do as they please with?
— jackandpeach (@jackandpeach) January 2, 2021
Her greatest accomplishment to date. She left a fridge on the sidewalk 🤣
— adam milewski (@adamnr1stunner) January 2, 2021
What a dumb idea. Then again NY politicians are known for those.
— Nav1.7 (@voltexinc) January 2, 2021
This is what socialist ideas end up looking like
— Victor Dominguez (@VictorD57976323) January 3, 2021
Wait, historic landmark, house of worship and tourism locale = protestors. Refrigerator = vandals. Got it . pic.twitter.com/LADsdgKAQT
— Walter A. (@walcivar3) January 3, 2021
My biggest curiosity: what are remaining jars that neither community member nor vandal dared take?
— parker paulie (@ParkerPaulie) January 2, 2021
While we’re at it, let’s check in on Seattle:
Seattle public parks budget: $248 million.
Seattle public park conditions: pic.twitter.com/SEZ6xzciXf
— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) December 30, 2020
Leftist utopia. Seattle city council has 9 members: 8 Democrats & 1 Socialist Alternative. https://t.co/QniaR3HHlh
— Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) December 31, 2020
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Community gardens fail because we look at them through a colonial lens https://t.co/8l5gLWsL6n
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 23, 2019