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America’s Worst Mayor Finally Leaves Office

America’s Worst Mayor Finally Leaves Office

“I’m convinced this place is better than eight years ago”

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If you’re trying to think of things to be thankful for in the New Year, you’re in luck. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is finally on his way out of office.

He has some competition for worst mayor in the country, but I think he takes it because we’re talking about New York City here.

He is already moving out of the mayor’s mansion. CBS News in NY reports:

Mayor Bill De Blasio Moving Out Of Gracie Mansion Ahead Of Eric Adams’ Swearing In

After Mayor-elect Eric Adams is sworn in early Saturday morning, he’ll have some moving to do.

Friday at Gracie Mansion, crews were seen carrying out boxes belonging to Mayor Bill de Blasio.

A spokesperson for Adams says he will be moving into the official mayoral residence on the Upper East Side.

I doubt many New Yorkers will miss him.

Amazingly, this dunce stands by his record.

The New York Post reports:

De Blasio insists NYC is better off after his 8 years

Mayor Bill de Blasio is insisting that New York City is better off now after his eight years at the helm — even though murder rates are up, street homelessness has surged and the Big Apple’s economic recovery lags amid the pandemic.

“I’m convinced this place is better than eight years ago,” de Blasio told NBC’s “Today” on Thursday as his mayoral tenure nears an end.

“New York is better because of New Yorkers.”

De Blasio, who will be replaced by Mayor-elect Eric Adams at midnight Friday, claimed the Big Apple is now “the safest big city in America” — and that he had successfully fought “inequality” during his time in the top job.

“Independent studies have shown we were able to put a lot more money back in the pockets of working people. Wages have gone up. We’ve been able to give things like pre-K and 3-K to all families for free, universally,” Hizzoner said.

“We have, after a really tough two years, we’re once again turning the corner – this is the safest big city in America. That is a fact.”

We won’t have Bill de Blasio to kick around anymore.

Thank God.

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Comments

Pasadena Peabody | January 1, 2022 at 2:12 pm

It’s not even a tiny bit of exaggeration to say that DeBlasio is America’s worst mayor. If there is a category for it, he should be listed in the Guiness Book of World Records.

    Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot is bringing up the rear. So is LA mayor Eric Garcetti.

    Governors Gretchen Whitmer and Gavin Newsom and Cuomo get honorable mentions.

    Worst mayor SO FAR.

    If the last couple years have taught you anything, it’s that you should never underestimate the sheer insanity of committed leftists.

    Frank Hammond in reply to Pasadena Peabody. | January 1, 2022 at 9:37 pm

    During the past two years, millions of NYC residents obeyed his insane commands without question. I work for a NY Based Company. The people in our NY office were like sheep in a trance – well the Mayor issued orders…so we better follow…

    DeBlasio was the worst Mayor in America, but the people of NYC allowed him to rule as a tyrant.

E Howard Hunt | January 1, 2022 at 2:28 pm

Never vote for a man who changes his name.

    Milhouse in reply to E Howard Hunt. | January 2, 2022 at 8:52 pm

    Like Ford, Coolidge, Eisenhower, Cleveland, Grant, or Gingrich? What about women who change their names, which most of them do? Why is that different?

I may have found some satisfaction in seeing De Blasio’s ego take a beating during the Dem presidential primary.

That being said, he’s still going to be living off the taxpayer’s dime for the next 6 months because he’s keeping a security detail (albeit a smaller one). Reason? He doesn’t own a car and moving around without one may be dangerous for him because of people who don’t like him. He and the Mrs. are also living in a Marriott while their house is being renovated since it needed work done before they moved back in.

Does anybody here really believe this guy was elected and reelected without voting machine fraud? ANYONE?

I wish everyone would call him by his birth name, Warren Wilhelm, Jr. He needs to be exposed for what he is, the son of Communist sympathizers.

    Frank Hammond in reply to WestRock. | January 1, 2022 at 9:39 pm

    Read about his entire family – The Wilhelm Uncles were behind the US entry into WW I – they have been Washington Deep Staters for over 100 years.

    Milhouse in reply to WestRock. | January 2, 2022 at 9:19 pm

    That’s just stupid. What has his birth name got to do with anything? And how is it more legitimate than the name he chose as an adult? That people to use their fathers’ surnames rather than their mothers’ is simply an English convention; there’s no reason in the world why someone should adhere to it if they don’t feel like it. If he wants to be known by his mother’s name instead, what the hell business is it of yours to object?

    He’s no less Italian for having an Italian mother rather than father. And calling him by her name doesn’t cover up his status as a red-diaper baby, because both his parents were red. What makes you think his father was more of a red than his mother?

    And that business about his uncles is pure, high-octane insanity and falsehood. Repeating it automatically marks you as an insane person.

And the new Mayor had to call 911 while commuting the subway hours before he was sworn in.

’nuff said.

    Milhouse in reply to Gosport. | January 2, 2022 at 9:28 pm

    1. He didn’t have to. He chose to do it, probably as a publicity stunt, or perhaps (to give him the benefit of what little doubt there is) because he genuinely still has a cops’ reflexes and automatically calls in anything he observes.

    2. It was hours after he was sworn in. He was sworn in in Times Square, just after the ball dropped. This happened on his morning journey to City Hall. He caught the subway from his home in Brooklyn, because he hadn’t yet moved in to Gracie Mansion. He did that later in the day.

People generally elect the politicians they deserve. If the residents of New York were stupid enough to elect DiBlasio, then they deserve the destruction of their city that has resulted.

Remember, New Yorkers also elected AOC, whose singular accomplishment has been to drive away good-paying jobs. Neither of these elected officials speaks well of New Yorkers. In fact, the most intelligent of them are fleeing to Florida and Texas.

DiBlasio should team up with Whitler from Michigan and create their own little Venezuelan republic. I wonder if North Korea would accept them.

Deblasio can take solace, it took the peanut farmer years ’til the Kenyan became the worst President. It may take a while, but someone will be worse. Pity the poor city’s citizens.

He won reelection. Bad as he is, the voters are worse.

The wisdom of Alexandra Cortez, the attitude of Michelle Obama, the dishonesty of Hillary Clinton combined, the laziness of Barack Obama and the incompetence of Lori Lightfoot: he’s got it all.

Loathsime leftist loon.

Steven Brizel | January 3, 2022 at 1:29 pm

DeBlasio rivalled Lindsay and Dinkins in allowing a complete breakdown of law and order

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