Project Veritas Action: Releases New Video Series, #NYCLeaks, Exposing the Staff of New York City Mayor Eric Adams

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Project Veritas Action (PVA) has released Part 1 and 2 of a series of videos that expose the staff of New York City mayor Eric Adams.

In Part 1 of the series titled #NYCLeaks, Chris Baugh, one of Adams’ top aides, was recorded discussing how delicate the situation in the city has become due to the thousands of migrants being sent up north from the U.S-Mexico border.

“There was talk about us just limiting the number of migrants we would accept, and I’m glad we didn’t do it that way. But I still think what [Texas Governor] Abbott was doing has proven effective. Like, it’s flooded our system,” Baugh said.

“We have more people in social services than we’ve ever have — potentially ever in history. So, it’s effectively demonstrating the strain,” he said.

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Baugh explained how this situation is not only a problem for his boss, Adams, but also for Joe Biden.

The aide believes this could cause tension between the mayor’s office and the federal executive branch.

“Frankly, I don’t know how much Biden is going to appreciate having a mayor be like, ‘Hey, you owe blue cities money because of this migrant crisis.’ Like, eventually that’s going to make Biden look bad. We’re a month out [until] midterms and he is not going to like that. It’s a very perilous situation for him and I don’t know that Eric Adams is capable enough to navigate it,” said Adams’ Advance Team aide.

“I think the optics of this are bad for Biden and bad for the mayor, and I think Biden saying, ‘Alright, I’m just gonna give money to New York City because they can’t take care of these migrants’ is just gonna be bad politics for him.”

Baugh, however, does acknowledge that blame falls on New York City officials in the end.

“Emergency [federal] money should be going to Florida and Puerto Rico before it should be coming here [to NYC]. Ultimately, it’s us struggling to comply with our own laws. Our ‘Right to Shelter Laws’ and other stuff,” he said.

“It’s going to be the biggest test of his [Adams’] political career, which is kind of wild being that he has been in office for nine months or 10 months now…Just like, if he gets this right, like, if we can weather the surge of migrants and commit to, whatever it’s called, ‘Right to Shelter Laws’ and all of that, he is going to look like a hero. If [it] goes the other direction, Greg Abbott and Ron DeSantis are going to be like, ‘The Democrats don’t practice what they preach,’ and it’s going to be a huge pitfall for him,” he said.

“So, we’ll see. Like I said, this could define his entire time in office.”

Watch Part 1:

In Part 2, Baugh told an undercover PVA journalist what NYC policymakers think about public servants who lost their jobs because of the COVID vaccine mandate.

“I have no sympathy for them. They made a choice [not to get vaccinated]. They chose not to do a very harmless thing that protects the rest of society. F**k ‘em. 1,400 people voluntarily quit their jobs rather than get vaccinated. They don’t deserve their jobs back,” Baugh said.

“We have thousands and thousands of vacancies in city government right now. I’m worried about filling all of those jobs more than I’m worried about giving people who volunteered to leave their job back,” he said.

In several other instances, Baugh continued to double down on the lack of compassion these unvaccinated individuals deserve.

“I don’t give a sh*t. They are like, ‘This is unfair.’ F**king deal with it. We’re allowed to set the terms of employment. Period,” he said.

“I have no sympathy for those people. That was the rule. You had a very cushy government job…Again, no one was required to get vaccinated. You just had to get vaccinated if you had a job. So, you could have moved to Florida.”

Baugh also spoke about how Mayor Adams feels about this matter.

“He said, ‘They quit. Why should they get their jobs back? They quit.’”

The city official went on to dismiss concerns expressed by NYPD officers.

“The cops are mad at us though because we rolled back the private sector mandate, but we’re not rolling back the public sector mandate…COVID is over is the short answer. Why are we still doing it [vaccine mandate] for the public sector? I don’t know. We will probably stop that in a few months,” Baugh said.

“Being a cop is like the cushiest gig in the city. Like, you might get shot, but otherwise it’s very good,” he said.

“I’ve just always joked — New York is sort of like Hogwarts. Like, it’s a lot of fun, great opportunities, and people die.”

Watch Part 2:

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