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Friday, New York’s paper of record addressed the leadership of both New Yorks, the city and the state.
First, many have complained that they want a leader who is a “uniter, not a divider.” NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio seems to have stepped up and filled that role. The right has long had disdain for the borderline communist. Now even far-Left protestors are booing, jeering, and turning their back on the mayor. So when the topic turns to DeBlasio, the staunchest conservative and the masked Antifa terrorist can turn to each other and say “I agree with you completely!”
Then on the state level, Governor Andrew Cuomo is wondering why looters are being released without bail. The bail reform bill that went into effect this year was signed into law by … Andrew Cuomo.
Both leaders support thousands of protestors on the streets but won’t allow churches to open. It is not safe to shop at Macy’s but looting Macy’s is somehow risk-free. New York, New York, it’s a Hell of a . . . honestly, it’s just Hell.Published in