Statement from Senior Deputy Majority Leader Nicholas J. Narducci Jr.

Oct 16, 2019 | 0 comments

It was alarming to hear a public official condoning an act of vandalism.

An act of vandalism is not political discourse, it is not freedom of speech, and it is not a form of dissent. It is a crime.

As elected officials we have a sworn duty to uphold the law and not waste precious resources cleaning up the mess that vandalism leaves behind.

As City Councilors we don’t represent just our Wards; we represent the City as a whole – including factions of constituents we may disagree with.

I believe wholeheartedly in one’s right to their freedom of speech and expression, but I will not and can not condone vandalism of any kind.

Nicholas J. Narducci Jr., Senior Deputy Majority Leader
Providence City Council
Councilman – Ward 4

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