Cringe Meets Incompetence as the NYPD Dance Team Takes Center Stage

NEW YORK CITY - MAY 2015: NYPD Police Officers at Times Square. The New York City Police Department, established in 1845, is the largest municipal police force in the United States.

Crime in New York City has risen back to levels that Americans haven’t seen since the 1990s, in the pre-Giuliani era. The horde of illegal aliens that Joe Biden has unleashed on America is crippling the sanctuary city, which is now buckling under the weight of caring for more than 150,000 cradle-to-grave welfare leeches that us taxpayers are being forced to support.

Crime is everywhere as the city descends into ‘Mad Max’ territory. More than 1,200 NYPD cops have been sent to the hospital from injuries they sustained while fighting illegal aliens in the past year. There have been two highly public incidents within the past month in which police have been beaten up by packs of feral foreigners.

What’s being done in response?

Mayor Eric Adams is cutting 6,000 officers from the force to pay more welfare benefits to the illegals.

Oh, and the NYPD now has a dance team.

 

If you’ve ever wondered to yourself, “Could I outrun the cops if I really wanted to?” then this video should answer that question.

Not only is the NYPD dance team very terrible at dancing, but we’re guessing that based on the shape most of them are in, they’re better at managing diabetes than they are at policing.

The Big Apple may be completely falling apart right now, but at least they’ve got the NYPD dance team on the job!

We’re sorry to have to show this to you because it is so cringeworthy, but we sat through it and now you will too:


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