|Bill de Blasio|
|109th Mayor of New York City|
From: January 1, 2014 – present
|Successor||Incumbent (no successor)|
|Former Member of the New York City Council from the 39th District|
From: January 1, 2002 – December 31, 2009
Bill de Blasio, sometimes Bill de Blowhard or Bolshevik Bill (born Warren Wilhelm, Jr. on May 8, 1961 (age 59)), is the far-left 109th mayor of New York City and, as mentioned below, has been described by a fellow Democrat congressman from Staten Island as “the worst mayor” in the city's history. A communist, de Blasio is known for his negativity towards police officers. In one instance in 2017, he skipped a police vigil in order to protest at the G-20 meeting in Germany. He did, however, announced his opposition to state parole board's release of unrepentant cop-killer Herman Bell. Days after De Blasio cut $1 billion and 6,000 officers from the New York Police Department (NYPD) a one year old baby was murdered in the Leftist violence perpetrated by the DNC's Black Lives Matter fundraising operation.
De Blasio blamed a spate of hate crime attacks on Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn by Blacks on "white supremacy." An open anti-Semite, he has also threatened to permanently close synagogues if they don't abide by his unconstitutional and totalitarian policies. He even tweeted a threat to mass-arrest Jews who gather in large groups due to "public safety", which elicited harsh condemnation from both the left and the right, with some noting him as an idiot. After being called out, de Blasio unsurprisingly doubled down by directing the very type of threat towards all communities. A liberal hypocrite, he previously attacked Rudy Giuliani for an "anti-Semitic rant".
De Blasio's popularity continued to fall in late September 2020, when even the NYC school principals' union unanimously voted to have the inept mayor abdicate control to the state.
2020 presidential election
- Main article: 2020 presidential election
His silly run for president enabled him to avoid going to work in New York City for an extended period of time.
President Trump held a higher favorability rating among New Yorkers than De Blasio. Many have questioned his sanity. De Blasio wanted to ban school children from eating meat on Mondays as part of the War on Cow Flatulence. De Blasio revealed his racism by claiming a merit system is racist. De Blasio hates educational opportunities for minorities in Charter schools and wants to keep poor kids in leftwing indoctrination centers and public schools.
De Blasio is a liberal cultist in denial over leftwing anti-Semitism. De Blasio blamed a spate of hate crime attacks by a group of blacks against Hasidic Jews on "white supremacy." After the fist debate De Blasio had to apologize for paying homage to left-wing mass murderer Che Guevara. De Blasio tweeted: “It’s 2019 & @JoeBiden is longing for the good old days of ‘civility’ typified by James Eastland. Eastland thought my multiracial family should be illegal & that whites were entitled to ‘the pursuit of dead n*ggers.’” … “It’s past time for apologies or evolution from @JoeBiden." De Blasio says Joe Biden must be held to account for the 1994 Crime Bill that imprisoned 2.5 million Blacks and destroyed Black families.
Along with Ocasio-Cortez, De Blasio was against the Amazon deal which would have brought 25,000 jobs to New York. Now he claims he was for it. Considers automation, not immigration, a threat to wager earners, however he vehemently opposes Andrew Yang's vote buying scheme. De Blasio proposed protecting American workers against automation through imposition of a “robot tax.” Homelessness has increased under De Blasio's high tax regime. In addition to free healthcare for non-citizens, de Blasio advocates taxpayer housing subsidies for illegal migrants.
2020 Marxist insurrection
- See also: 2020 Marxist insurrection
Shootings in New York City were on the rise since looting and protests began on or about May 28, 2020. For July 2020, shootings increased from 88 to 244, an increase of 177% over July 2019. In August 2020, shootings increased from 91 to 242, a 166% increase over August 2019. While the city faced increased unrest, gun violence, and property damage, the New York City Council cut $1 billion from NYPD’s FY21 budget. The budget resulted in the cancellation of the new police recruiting class, cuts to overtime spending, and the transfer of certain police functions, including school safety, out of the NYPD.
The Manhattan and Brooklyn District Attorneys declined to prosecute charges of disorderly conduct and unlawful assembly arising from the protests, and the District Attorneys in Queens and the Bronx declined to prosecute other protest-related charges. Both Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo forcefully rejected federal law enforcement support.
NBC News reported that New York's Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism said there is a high level of confidence within the New York Police Department (NYPD) that rioters had organized scouts, medics, and supply routes of rocks, bottles and accelerants to commit vandalism and violence. There are strong indicators they planned for violence in advance while using encrypted communications. NYPD has received intelligence that U-Haul trucks with NJ registrations were aiding looters and vandals by transporting stolen goods and criminal actors.
NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea explained how bricks and water bottles filled with cement had been thrown at NYPD members. Shea wrote that construction sites in the city have had bricks stolen from them.
|“Pre-staged bricks are being placed and then transported to ‘peaceful protests,’ which are peaceful protests, but then used by that criminal group within. We’ve had construction sites burglarized in recent days in Manhattan … during a riot, it’s interesting what was taken – bricks.”|
The Daily Mail reported:
|video captured the moment rioters in Manhattan chanced upon a cache of bricks between St. Marks Place and Seventh Street in the East Village on Sunday evening, though no construction site appeared to be nearby.|
Teams of looters armed with power tools systematically worked together to loot one location after another. A neighborhood eyewitness stated,
|“Cars would drive up, let off the looters, unload power tools and suitcases and then the cars would drive away. Then the cars would come back pick them up and then drive off to the next spot. They seemed to know exactly where they were going. Some of the people were local, but there were a lot of out-of-towners.”|
One out of every seven arrests in New York City were of people from out of state. Those arrested came from Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Iowa, Nevada, Virginia, Maryland, Texas and St. Paul, Minnesota. The Police Commissioner estimated at least 20% of arrests were from out of town. Democrat mayor Bill de Blasio's daughter was among those arrested along with others for acts of violence. The counterterrorism deputy commissioner told NBC News,
|"Before the protests began, organizers of certain anarchists groups set out to raise bail money and people who would be responsible to be raising bail money, they set out to recruit medics and medical teams with gear to deploy in anticipation of violent interactions with police. They prepared to commit property damage and directed people who were following them that this should be done selectively and only in wealthier areas or at high-end stores run by corporate entities....[they] developed a complex network of bicycle scouts to move ahead of demonstrators in different directions of where police were and where police were not for purposes of being able to direct groups from the larger group to places where they could commit acts of vandalism including the torching of police vehicles and Molotov cocktails where they thought officers would not be."|
2020 Biden campaign staffers and Hollywood celebrities were among those providing financing and bail money for arrested terrorists. Two attorney's, including an Ivy League corporate lawyer, were charged with after tossing a Molotov cocktail into a police car. An Obama intelligence official secured bail over the objections of government prosecutors for the attorney charged with a domestic terror attack on law enforcement. In another event, an out-of-town white woman was charged with attempted murder after tossing a Molotov cocktail into a police van with four law enforcement officers inside.
A one year old Black toddler was murdered while sitting in a stroller during the BLM violence.
Marxists murder a one year old Black child
Days after New York mayor Bill De Blasio cut $1 billion and 6,000 officers from the New York Police Department (NYPD) a one year old baby was murdered in the Leftist violence perpetrated by the DNC's Black Lives Matter fundraising operation.
In 2020 New York City’s homicide rate was at a five-year high; the number of shooting victims was up over 42 percent through June 21, 2020 compared with the same period in 2019. The number of shootings in the first three weeks of June 2020 was over twice that of the same period in 2019, making this June the city’s bloodiest in nearly a quarter century, according to the New York Times.
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- Fonrouge, Gabrielle; Italiano, Laura (July 9, 2017). De Blasio skips slain NYPD cop's vigil to praise police in Germany. Fox News (from the New York Post). Retrieved July 10, 2017.
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- De Blasio Doubles Down on Anti-Semitic Tweet During Wednesday Press Briefing
- De Blasio attacks Giuliani over ‘anti-Semitic rant’
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