Weiner Hard on Stop and Frisk
On Saturday, former Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-NY), who is currently running for mayor of New York City, blasted the New York Police Department’s stop-and-frisk policy while at Rev. Al Sharpton’s offices in Harlem.
He said that stop-and-frisk could be used to condone racism. Weiner said that his 17-month-old son would have a “virtually zero” chance at being stopped and frisked, then added that he could get in trouble: “Being my son, I have a feeling he might.”