Conservative Group Unveils Billboard Showing Recent NYPD Attack

A billboard in New York City showing the attack by illegal immigrants against two officers in the New York Police Department (NYPD) was recently unveiled.

The display was created by the conservative group, Job Creators Network. It features a video of the recent attack in Times Square, which sparked many calls for the Biden administration to secure the southern border.

“Hey Joe! If cops aren’t safe because of your open borders, nobody is,” the billboard’s headline states.

The billboard directs individuals to sign a petition on a website urging President Joe Biden to tackle the illegal immigration crisis at the southern border.

Among the illegal immigrants involved in the NYPD attack was 24-year-old Yohenry Brito, who is being held on a $15,000 bail for his alleged role in the incident, according to The Washington Times.

Biden and congressional Democrats have blamed Republicans for the mass migration issue for opposing a national security bill that would have funded Ukraine and Israel.

The legislation was struck down by Senate Republicans, who claimed it would not have done enough to secure the southern border. They pointed out that the bill faces defeat in the House.

Former President Donald Trump has rebuked Biden over the southern border crisis, saying the president has the authority to return to Trump-era policies that kept the border safe.
A spokesman for Job Creators Network, Elaine Parker, criticized the president for “playing political games” with the illegal immigration crisis.

“President Biden needs to stop playing political games with the southern border,” Parker said. “The administration already has the authority and resources it needs to act.”
Under Biden’s watch, illegal immigration has set record highs repeatedly. The issue has affected cities in the U.S., such as New York City, Chicago, Detroit, Denver and San Francisco, among others.

Since the spring of 2022, New York City has taken in more than 100,000 illegal immigrants, with many housed in and around the lavish Roosevelt Hotel.

House Republicans recently impeached Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas for refusing to address the issue at the southern border.

Mayorkas is now the first cabinet official to be impeached by the House since 1876.