NYC judge cold-cocked in random attack on way to work: report
Criminal court justice struck in face by male cyclist riding in opposite direction
Coming home to roost:
When a bird roosts somewhere, it rests there. This rather old saying, ‘chickens have come home to roost’, is normally used to mean that the bad things that someone has done in the past have come back to bite or haunt the individual.
In this case, the old saying seems to fit the situation. I don’t know if Judge Chu is one of the imbeciles in the Big Apple that espouses to their liberal judicial mentality (chances are she is), but because of the ignorance/liberalism of the system she is on the receiving end of their reduction in keeping law and order.
Criminal court Judge Phyllis Chu, 56, had just gotten off the Staten Island Ferry and was headed to her job at the downtown courthouse at 100 Centre St. around 9:40 a.m. when she was suddenly slugged in the jaw by a male cyclist at the corner of Wall and Water streets.
The bike basher may have just gotten out of jail not having to post a bond and was peddling his ass on the way to commit another crime.
As I said many times; unless a situation directly involves the law makers, they do not have a clue or see the ignorance or fault with their manner of thinking. Unless their house is burned down in a riot, they do not consider it a riot.
I usually don’t wish bad luck or put the malocchio on anyone, but I can make an exception for the people that are as blind as a bat when it comes to common-sense.
Possibly if enough of the lawmakers in N Y and other liberal cities get smashed in their jaws, or kicked in the nuts or the tweeter, the light my go on in their ignorant skulls that their way is the wrong way.