DeBla­sio's Much Crit­i­cized Trip to Ger­many

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Our mayor is tall in phys­i­cal stature but mi­cro­scop­i­cally minis­cule in loy­alty or re­spect for the city over which he rules and its cit­i­zens . Just last month, Puerto Ri­can mur­derer/ter­ror­ist, FALN leader, Lopez Rivera was to be hon­ored by the or­ga­niz­ers of the an­nual Puerto Ri­can Day Pa­rade. He had been sen­tenced to 55 years in prison un­til par­doned by guess who? Barack Obama. And while com­mer­cial spon­sors of this event bailed out not want­ing in any way shape or form to be as­so­ci­ated with this de­spi­ca­ble crea­ture, de Bla­sio sup­ported him with the words: "I un­der­stand why so many Puerto Ri­cans - that's al­most 700,000 peo­ple in this city re­spect that he fought for Puerto Rico in their eyes." But at the last mo­ment our "leader" back­tracked, chick­ened out and didn't show for the pa­rade. But it gets worse.... for us all.

This week, show­ing signs of prepar­ing to run for the Oval Of­fice in 2020, he ig­nored not only the grad­u­a­tion cer­e­mony of hun­dreds of new po­lice of­fi­cers, he to­tally dis­re­garded the as­sas­si­na­tion of one of NYPD's finest, PO Mioso­tis Fa­milia who was shot while in her po­lice cruiser while on duty in the Bronx. Only upon ar­riv­ing back home af­ter lov­ingly ad­dress­ing the rev­o­lu­tion­ar­ies who dev­as­tated the Ger­man city of Ham­burg with fire­bombs, ri­ot­ing and thug­gery, did he spend a mere half hour with the griev­ing fam­ily. The sis­ter of Mioiso­tis blasted the mayor for fail­ing to bul­let­proof the win­dows of po­lice ve­hi­cles giv­ing the same pro­tec­tion as on the mayor's limos. Right now they are sit­ting ducks for the cra­zies who con­trol this city's streets. Just two and a half years ago of­fi­cers Liu and Ramos were gunned down in a sim­i­lar fash­ion in Brook­lyn. But does Bill care?

So now let's bring in the Black Lives Mat­ter Move­ment whose ral­ly­ing cry is, "What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now!" And what did the First Fam­ily of NYC say about this move­ment as re­cently as last year? Bill's wife ut­tered these de­spi­ca­ble re­marks: "We have a dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive than our po­lice com­mis­sioner. Black Lives Mat­ter is a force for good. It's about peace­ful protests. It's about shin­ing a light on the prob­lems that we have in race re­la­tions across this coun­try. And I am very en­cour­aged by the Black Lives Mat­ter move­ment." And the gay lady speaks for her hus­band, who chimed in, "I have to tell you, they've changed the na­tional dis­cus­sion for the bet­ter." Those of us who live and work in NYC have to hide our heads in shame to have this cou­ple rule and run roughshod over us as they play out their fan­tasies that laud and cel­e­brate those who would ex­tin­guish the lives of our brave men and women in blue. They are a dis­grace to the en­tire coun­try. They should have stayed in Ham­burg and tossed around some Molo­tov cock­tails for the hell of it.

"This week, show­ing signs of prepar­ing to run for the Oval Of­fice in 2020, deBla­sio ig­nored not only the grad­u­a­tion cer­e­mony of hun­dreds of new po­lice of­fi­cers, he to­tally dis­re­garded the as­sas­si­na­tion of one of NYPD's finest, PO Mioso­tis Fa­milia who was shot while in her po­lice cruiser while on duty in the Bronx"

New York City Mayor Bill de Bla­sio (seen sec­ond from right along­side Ham­burg Mayor Olaf)

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