Giuliani to Wall Street Protesters: Occupy a Job!
Harsh words from former New York City mayor
- Duration 5:52
- Date Nov 7, 2011
Harsh words from former New York City mayor
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Morning at some pretty tough words from Rudy Giuliani for the anti Wall Street protesters he -- -- senate occupying Wall Street.
Occupy and job that was his advice of former.
New York City mayor -- -- the demonstrators while blaming the -- of movement on President Obama.
How about trying something different to help our economy.
Instead of occupying Wall Street and occupying Boston an occupying Oakland and how about you occupy a shop.
How about -- game -- -- locking.
I know that's tough.
What stock is more fun.
The -- a lot more fun than working eight hours.
But Intel says -- now -- is talk show host and founder of the Tea Party 365 and my C and -- time.
Occupy Wall Street supporter and activist founder of -- division.
Dot -- -- -- have been down there.
South let's start with Leo well what do you think about what Rudy Giuliani Gaza City -- -- -- -- a lot sooner and then there was that moment when that Mayor Bloomberg said actually you're not gonna clean today we're gonna in Canada.
Other things absurd about Giuliani's -- I don't know where to Begin let's basic fact that.
You know he comes from the same camp of a middle class attackers and Wall Street defenders who were complaining that we're not creating enough jobs right now -- suggest that.
-- we don't have enough jobs but these people should go down and get jobs it is so disingenuous.
Wouldn't -- -- -- start but the larger point is not.
If you go down to walk on Wall Street art yeah I think it's around country -- some -- the folks don't have jobs because they tried to get jobs and having record unemployment.
And a lot of other folks have jobs in -- 23 jobs and they're frustrated that this country working hard is no longer put.
Food on your table help you -- for future for your family and and that is a very good reason to protest.
And what's your sense when -- at home.
-- on the jobs front some of them do have jobs up acorn shredding paperwork because it's now -- -- out they like the working families party were paid people to go down -- look.
There are and I've said this many times have broadcast from Occupy Wall Street have been through and talk to people that are.
There are people who have genuine concerns.
When we made public did come at it from different lanes but they have real concerns about Wall Street crony capitalism and all those issues.
The problem is they're not the narrative.
The narrative that comes out of Occupy Wall Street is disruption destruction of property assaults violence against women.
Got PS -- -- socialist leninist Marxist and that our kids now for those people who have been.
Frankly overrun by that and the fires in Oakland's and the -- 36 arrests since Wednesday here in New York.
This into this this is yeah -- and a reluctance in many way is to talk about the things that are I'm gonna rise about that the vandalism damage because -- -- -- -- live when it -- have a right to see it if I could finish is a very important.
Point -- how to make.
Self police it as a movement if you well when somebody came out of the Tea Party.
Didn't fit what it was I went on national TV and took Mark Williams on we covered a dale Robertson a racist who showed up in Houston.
No self policing Biden quote Occupy Wall Street movement they should have forcefully injected I was.
I don't know I think that's why some people have been reluctant to point out some of these things that are happening at some of these allies in the damage in the vandalism that have been done.
Because they don't wanna be page with a broad stroke well you know you were willing to accept the people who were crazy the Tea Party -- you gotta be you know you can't do the same thing.
I've they'll find -- -- occupier but you know what and we hit it added that -- to keep women safe in this area in New York.
They've had to sexual assaults in new York and the united.
What an exciting tired out there and saying the -- responding in this and at this and that they're not so -- get into a single day.
If Ted Kesler tonight it's a response chance this New York City and we actually know that we've had.
Number rates around -- around city.
The police have been adequately respond to look -- -- context look at it.
-- larger point here as.
Through out the occupied movement people -- roundly condemning not only the personal violence the property damage all those things so look you have a large movement a few people.
It is similar to the Tea Party and that's that there were a number of unseat unseemly unsavory things happening in larger movement that didn't represent the movement.
The folks like -- to have won -- throw everything and the kitchen sink his vote because they are so.
Popular because the majority -- let me.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And -- the majority of Americans support them and understand that the economy is broken isn't working for working people.
But are on the senate I don't know about the.
-- in the numbers when you compare 700 arrests on the Brooklyn Bridge alone there weren't seventy arrest him that in the Tea Party.
-- seven and -- incidences the fact is that again we get to the point of allocation of resources I talked -- NYPD officer right before I walked in here.
36 arrests since Wednesday in New York -- -- allocated resources from other borrows and people.
A lot of good here at camp well -- I don't know if -- cost in the city money in NY PDI fire emergency.
Cities already straight.
It is instinct that -- and I'm -- like me and thousands of people were arrested during the right now we get not a comparison to the civil rights and the thing about fast movement of people -- -- different.
Thousands and I -- pushing them to share what they want you know the civil rights movement it was very clear with a lot selling nineteen department the department movement was starting this is the beginning and it's actually very clear they want they want economy -- the Pentagon has found.
I'm well aware of.
Civil rights and benefits that civil rights was about a contract with the people of America freedom Texas the laws that equal treatment I was about yeah.
Sure happy I don't let our policy didn't result in all -- anyway thank you.
Thank you bump.