*We know Erica Garner is still grieving over the death by choking of her father, Eric Garner, by New York City police officers, but she’s coming off as being very uncouth with her sexualized blasting of white NYC mayor Bill de Blasio, who’s married to a black woman, via Twitter.
“Just cause you love Black [p**sy] don’t mean you love Black lives… cc @BilldeBlasio,” Miss Garner wrote on Twitter.
She added …
“God has a way of exposing fraud … Bill De Blasio can say whatever he wants. Black people here get no justice in his administration in NYC.”
The NY Daily News is reporting that Miss Garner is mad at de Blasio because he said he is barred from releasing the records of officer Daniel Pantaleo, who, authorities say, used an illegal choke hold on Eric Garner, leading to Garner’s death during a July 2014 incident. Garner may be rightfully upset because de Blasio cited an archaic law that has been ignored for the past 30 years as the reason he couldn’t release the records.
A spokesman for the mayor told the Daily News that the New York City Police Department had violated that law for years and that the city is looking to change its practice in order to comply.
On the other hand, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo told the Daily News: “Many, many years the NYPD disclosed the information. The NYPD now looks at the law and makes a different determination.”
But for Erica Garner, 26, Cuomo’s comments didn’t go far enough.
“Cuomo and De Blasio can only agree [on] one thing and that is covering up this modern day lynching by their henchman!” Garner posted Thursday.
She also made mention of the mayor’s son, Dante, and noted that de Blasio is raising a black man.
“The thing that kills me is that De Blasio is raising a Black man..This is the example… My dad lays down and rolls over for white supremacy,” she tweeted.
So far Mayor de Blasio hasn’t commented on Garner’s tweets.
It’s obvious that Garner is very outspoken as far as seeking justicefor her father’s death. She also recently criticized ABC News over a Presidential Town Hall which she was invited to on the two-year anniversary of his death saying it was “nothing short of full exploitation of Black pain and grief.”