The prime person of interest in Tuesday’s horrific subway attack in Brooklyn was found to have a history of making vicious and threatening videos and posting them to social media.
In these videos, the suspect Frank James made hateful comments about Jews, rallied against Mayor Eric Adams, and also said humanity should be exterminated. James called for Americans to be “exterminated” like the Jews in Auschwitz & Birkenau, whose prayers “didn’t do nothing for them” during the Holocaust.
A fan of black nationalism, he also posted hateful rhetoric against Donald Trump and was supportive of BLM. In one video he expressed dismay that Justice Ketanji Jackson is married to a white man.
Coming to his hate against Adams, he said in a video “Mr. Mayor, I’m a victim of your mental health program.” He then criticized the mayor for not doing enough to address homelessness. “Eric Adams, Eric Adams: What are you doing brother? What’s happening with this homeless situation. Every [subway] car I went to was loaded with homeless people. It was so bad I couldn’t even stand. I had to keep moving from car to car.”
He also took a jab at the city’s mental health services saying, “What’s going on in that place (where he used to receive care) is violence. “Not physical violence, but the kind of violence a child experiences in grade school… that would make him go get a gun and shooting *********.”