The left-wing mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, the one who believes the best way to reduce crime is by cutting $1 billion from the police budget, never misses an opportunity to bash capitalism. And when an oil leak in a pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico caught fire resulted in stunning images of a swirling surface fire, the Democrat mayor was quick to blame corporate greed for the problem.
New York City (NYC) Business owners are calling on the city’s mayor, Bill de Blasio, to refund the police, claiming gangs have taken over the city. Ever since de Blasio joined the leftist mob calling for police to be defunded, the city as seen a 79% increase in murders and 127% increase in shooting over last year.
Democrat New York mayor Bill de Blasio is in hot water after it was discovered city taxpayers are paying a $2 million a year for personal staff for his wife, Chirlane McCray.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says nary a tweet or a word about thousands of demonstrators breaking social distancing rules or not wearing masks as they protest. VIDEO: As @NYCMayor marches with protesters and orders Contact Tracers not to ask people if they were at protests, the City is welding shut a park that is largely used by Hasidim in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. pic.twitter.com/HcAEo4jVA9 — Yossi Gestetner (@YossiGestetner) June 15, 2020 But de Blasio is not so generous with the NYC’s Jewish community. City officials recently had a park in a Jewish area of New York City locked shut. The Blaze writes: The incident was the latest in a series of troubling examples of a double standard against the Jewish community while others are praised while ignoring social distancing guidelines. Many on social media blamed Mayor de Blasio and demanded that the park reopen. Critics pointed to the lack of criticism for the many Black Lives Matter protests where participants ignored social distancing guidelines. Noticing the double standard, several Orthodox Jews cut the gates open. …
Remember at the end of March, when New York Mayor Bill de Blasio threatened to PERMANENTLY CLOSE churches and synagogues in the days leading up to Easter and the Jewish Passover if they did not COMPLY with his shutdown order: