Bill de Blasio

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Bill de Blasio sometimes Bill de Blowhard (born Warren Wilhelm, Jr.; May 8, 1961) is the far-left 109th and current mayor of New York City. A communist,[1] he 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.[2] He did, however, announced his opposition to state parole board's release of unrepentant cop-killer Herman Bell.[3]

De Blasio blamed a spate of hate crime attacks on Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn by Blacks on "white supremacy."[4]

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.

De Blasio (without mask, center) imploring people to wear masks during the CCP virus outbreak.

President Trump held a higher favorability rating among New Yorkers than De Blasio.[5] Many have questioned his sanity.[6] 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.[7]

De Blasio is a liberal cultist in denial over leftwing anti-Semitism.[8] De Blasio blamed a spate of hate crime attacks by a group of blacks against Hasidic Jews on "white supremacy."[9] After the fist debate De Blasio had to apologize for paying homage to left-wing mass murderer Che Guevara.[10] 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."[11] 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.[12]

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.[13] 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.[14] In addition to free healthcare for non-citizens, de Blasio advocates taxpayer housing subsidies for illegal migrants.[15]

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