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Fearful New Yorkers plan to flee city on Election Day: ‘People will go nuts’ 

 

Some people want to get out the vote. Others just want to get out.

New Yorkers are on edge after a leaked NYPD memo, obtained by The Post, revealed this week that police are preparing for protests to begin as early as Oct. 25 and grow in intensity through next year. The department decreed officers should “be prepared for deployment,” adding: “This November 3rd will be one of the most highly contested presidential elections in the modern era. There is also a strong likelihood that the winner of the presidential election may not be decided for several weeks.”

It’s enough to make some residents run for the hills.

Paulo Wei, a 25-year-old Columbia student who lives in a luxury building on the Upper West Side, is heading to his family’s 60-acre farm in Port Jervis, two hours north of NYC, to avoid a repeat of the unrest that freaked him out this summer.

“I felt trapped in the apartment — the protests were overwhelming,” said Wei, noting that crowds often gathered on the West Side Highway near his home. “It could happen again and I don’t want to be caught up in that. No matter who wins, someone is going to get upset.”

Fearful New Yorkers plan to flee city on Election Day: ‘People will go nuts’

Tags: Activism, Environment, Fear, Flee, Leaders, Police, Politics, Revolt, Safety, Threat, Vengeance

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17-Oct-2020


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