New York artist and activist Scott LoBaido has allegedly been arrested after engaging in a protest outside the Manhattan, New York District Attorney’s office.
Video uploaded to LoBaido’s Instagram page shows him laying flyers on a blood-covered sidewalk near the office of the Democrat DA Alvin Bragg.
The artist’s demonstration included a bloodied children’s jacket, bloody shoes and a bloody NYPD officer’s hat representing the city’ skyrocketing violent crime.
“This happens every day. Little kids slaughtered, shot in the face, people pushed on the fucking train subways, cops being killed. Because of this fucking guy,” he said, pointing to Bragg’s office.
LoBaido continued, “He’s got blood on his hands, and so does the Governor. So does the president!”
The activist said in another video of the protest, “11-month old girl shot in the face because of woke, criminal-loving district attorneys like Alvin Bragg.”
LoBaido poured red paint on each of the items he brought to make his point, saying, “These are the shoes of the woman pushed in front of the train because of the criminals that run through this fucking city because of Alvin Briggs. This is the police cap, the hat of officer Rivero who is dead because the criminals run the streets because of district attorneys like Alvin Bragg.”
Bragg received one million dollars from notorious liberal megadonor George Soros when he ran for office.
Former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said earlier this month that Bragg is “handcuffing the police” while George Soros “effectively destroys the criminal justice system in America.”
A Harlem clothing store owner recently told the New York Post, “This is very bad for this neighborhood. Every day they come in with a knife and say give me something! It is a ridiculous area. If it gets worse I will have to close, my wife tells me.”
Crime in NYC is rapidly spiraling out of control, and New Yorkers are getting fed up as seen by the massive amount fleeing the state.
Republicans are not doing enough to stop the ATF from creating new rules to hamper the second amendment.