Angry New Yorker Calls Out Bill DeBlasio's Hypocrisy on COVID-19
One of the most confusing parts of this COVID-19 aka coronavirus aka Kung Flu aka Wuhan got you all in check aka Where's my Wuhan check brouhaha was the strange new respect I found myself having for Gov. Cuomo. Thankfully, things seem to be going back to normal there (see ANDREW CUOMO TO UNEMPLOYED PROTESTERS: GO BECOME ESSENTIAL and ANDREW CUOMO ANNOUNCES TESTING TO REOPEN NEW YORK. HIS PLAN IS HORRIBLE). But I am happy to report that at no point in this whole ordeal did I view NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio as anything less than one of the most unlikable human beings in politics. He's also got blood on his hands over the pandemic, but that's not important right now.
For now, let's focus on how even other democratic socialists are tired of his gross hypocrisy.
@NYCMayor no, I won't "give it a break." You don't get a break. We don't get a break. You can't change the past &… https://t.co/jjKHwCk5vk— darren (@darren)1587851271.0
My favorite part of this video is the other people enjoying the park without masks. I can only assume most of the people walking around a Brooklyn park are NOT Trump supporters. Left or Right, conservative or commie, most Americans have had enough. Either that, or there's a growing number of lefties who deny science as well. It depends who you talk to.
Back to DoucheBlasio, I don't fault the guy for wanting some fresh air. However, when you are every day lecturing people on non-essential travel, you don't get to go over ten miles to walk around a park in a different borough. You have to walk around the block like the rest of us. But the mayor has always been an ardent believer that the rules are for thee and not for me.
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