Whether you live in New York, Boston, Chicago, the Wilds of Birmingham, Memphis, or the African Tribal Preserve formerly known as Detroit, you likely understand that an influx of uppity Colorfuls usually results in the collapse of infrastructure.
And it’s only going to get more vibrant as time goes on, as no amount of Presidential clout or lists of Executive Orders will be able to turn things around unless certain humanoid species are removed from all positions of authority and maintenance.
But until then, enjoy the lulz as even the most basic trinkets and vehicles turn into rusted husks – we’re now probably more likely to crash trains than the North Koreans.
My guess is that their rape/murder/robbery rate inside the subways are probably less than ours too.
Some 34 straphangers were injured when a section of a subway train flew off the tracks in Harlem Tuesday — filling several cars with smoke, forcing hundreds to be evacuated and crippling service citywide.
Four cars in the Brooklyn-bound A train dislodged from the tracks outside the 125th St. station near St. Nicholas Ave. about 9:45 a.m. after its emergency brakes were triggered, sources and officials said.
Newly minted MTA chairman Joe Lhota said at a hastily convened press conference that investigators were working to determine what caused the derailment.
“This does not look like a failure on the part of the equipment,” Lhota said.
“The brakes went into emergency and we need to determine why,” added Lhota on just his fifth day on the job.
Some 17 riders were rushed to local hospitals with injuries that weren’t considered life-threatening. The other half were being evaluated at the scene, FDNY Commissioner Dan Nigro said.
Ten bucks says this guy got shoved into lockers while in high school – and I’m not talking about the father of the creepy little Jew midget.
An estimated 500 riders ended up on the tracks following the derailment. “It’s a very dangerous thing,” Nigro said.
The incident crippled the subway system during the morning rush hour — knocking out service on the B and C lines and large swaths of the A and D lines.
Lhota and Ronnie Hakim, the MTA’s acting executive director, said there was no telling when subway service would be fully restored.
Lhota said workers still had to remove the derailed train to determine the extent of the damage to the tracks.
Welcome to your future, White Man.
But just know that somewhere among the tens of millions of teeming creatures trashing our transportation and road systems there might be a few BASED minorities willing to work hard, wear MAGA hats, and maybe eventually qualify for admission into the Oathkeepers organization.