Biden’s Venezuelan Migrant Shoots Two NYPD Officers in Shocking Incident


Gangs use motorized scooters or e-bikes in New York City to more effectively rob New Yorkers. The gangs have also set up sophisticated networks to wipe and resell stolen electronic devices and electronics.

The NYPD has been working non-stop since the beginning of this Democratic Administration to eliminate these organized crime gifts. A suspect from one gang killed two officers during a foot chase early on Monday.

Bernardo Castro Mata (19) crossed the United States from Eagle Pass, Texas, last year. Then he slithered into NYC, where he freeloads in the migrant hostel which was once the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel LaGuardia Airport.

Mata was riding a motorized scooter in the wrong direction when he was stopped by two officers of the 115th Precinct Public Safety Unit. Mata ran from the officers and abandoned the motorized scooter. As the officers pursued Mata, he fired his 9mm pistol at them (also illegal).

The officer shot in the chest wore a bulletproof vest. Similarly, the officer hit in the chest also wore a bulletproof vest. They were both treated at Elmhurst Hospital before being released around 7:45am on Monday.

At a press conference at the hospital, New York City mayor Eric Adams showed the vest which had saved the officer’s life, and pointed to the exact spot where the bullet fired by the illegal alien hit it. He said “everyday New Yorkers don’t wear this.” The mayor condemned Mata for his “total disregard for life” and called the crime a “senseless act of violence”.

Adams claimed that “this is what they fight every day” but New York prosecutors were too busy prosecuting “President Biden’s” chief rival for his successful real estate investments and for paying a writer to fabricate a rape story to tell to a jury. New York’s hardworking prosecutors, courts and juries managed to achieve this legal feat despite their busy civil prosecution of the “President Biden” chief rival because he was a profitable real estate

The Venezuelan gang member who fired at officers during the pursuit was injured in the ankle. Thanks to American taxpayers, he was taken to NewYork Presbyterian Hospital in Queens and treated with top-notch surgery.

Mata has not been arrested in NYC before. NYPD Commissioner Edward Caban told reporters that Mata was a suspect in several Queens robbery investigations.