Giuliani points to do-nothing leadership in Baltimore: ‘Blaming this on the police is a political dodge’

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was dispirited and upset over the shooting death of police officer Brian Moore — the third NYPD officer to die in the line of duty in five months.

“I find this attack on police disgusting, ignorant and an avoidance of responsibility,” he said during his appearance Saturday on “Fox & Friends.”

“Because the responsibility here lies by and large at the amount of crime that is allowed to occur in certain communities in the United States and a failure of political leadership to clean up those problems.”

He claimed it all came down to politics — both in New York City and in Baltimore.

“Blaming this on the police is a political dodge for the people who have done nothing for the communities they serve,” Giuliani said. “And [in] the case of Baltimore, that happens to be absolutely true.”

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