the municipal governments of the three cities of New York, Portland and Seattle jointly sued the US federal government in the Seattle Federal District Court against President Trump’s calling these cities “anarchistic jurisdictions.”
The three cities, including New York, argued that the so-called “anarchist jurisdictions” have no legal or factual basis, requiring the courts to revoke the “notoriety” they bear and prevent the federal government from depriving them of the funds they deserve. Subsidy. New York Mayor De Blasio said that after the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia, the federal government has been trying to cut off New York City’s federal medical and health insurance funds, which is entirely for political purposes.
On May 25 this year, George Floyd, an African-American man in the United States, was violently executed by a white police officer, triggering a nationwide anti-police violent law enforcement and anti-systematic racial discrimination protests. Earlier last month, Trump named in the memo that New York, Portland and Seattle appeared “anarchy” and threatened to deprive these cities of federal subsidies.