Gov. Cuomo announces more money for ‘holistic approach’ to fight MS-13 on Long Island

Back in January, President Trump gave his State of the Union and mentioned the threat of Central American gang MS-13, which has spread inside the U.S. thanks to lax immigration policies. At the time, there was some pushback from mystery-hacking victim Joy Reid who went on MSNBC to say, “he makes it sound like the biggest issue in the United States, the biggest threat is MS-13, a gang nobody that doesn’t watch Fox News has ever heard of.” Meanwhile, back in the real world, states around the country were dealing with murders by MS-13 gang members.
Monday, Gov. Cuomo of New York announced a $7.5 million expansion of his efforts to fight the gang on Long Island:

The funding will support a comprehensive, multi-agency campaign to reduce gang violence, divert at-risk youth away from gang life, and support community organizations that work directly with local populations.
“With these investments, New York is sending a

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