State Troopers Take to NYC To Act Like Cash Registers

Silence, citizen.  This is for your protection.  We must separate you from your dangerous income.

State troopers posted in New York City have written nearly 800 percent more tickets this year than they did in all of 2016, according to The New York Post; state troopers had written just 4 tickets in 2015 and none in 2014. State troopers also made nearly 50 percent more arrests this year than in all of last year, with 63 people arrested so far—there were none in 2015.

New York’s governor, Democrat Andrew Cuomo, sent 150 state troopers into New York City in December, with The Post reporting that the deployment had two goals: “to haul in revenue to state coffers, and rankle ­rival Mayor de Blasio, ­according to observers.”

The Post estimates that the state troopers have raised more than $3 million from writing tickets in the city—speeding tickets are $203, with $88 going to the state, while tickets for using a cellphone while driving are $288.

Source: State Troopers Wrote 12,000+ More Tickets in NYC So Far This Year Than All of Last Year – Hit & Run : Reason.com

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