UPDATE: de blasio is in Germany watching his phalanx of criminals riot, torch and burn.
The not so honorable mayor of New York, de Blasio, has joined the anarchists in Hamburg, Germany; we would expect no less. He is an ardent socialist with an anarchist bent based on the tactics of Guevara, Castro and Chavez and the rest of the past centuries criminals. de Blasio was able to find time from his grueling schedule by disgracing the New York police department.
The mayor’s abrupt departure for Germany left him skipping a swearing-in ceremony for 524 new NYPD recruits. It also came soon after NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia was shot in the head and killed while sitting in her police vehicle in the Bronx. The funeral for her who was shot at point blank was not even given the due respect it deserves; as we all know that de Blasio hates cops. That is the reason for him joining the anarchists who protested the G-20 meeting of world powers in Germany.
Protesters at the G20 summit in Germany set a series of bonfires in the streets, looted shops, and stacked up blocks of pavement to use as projectiles as tension between demonstrators and police ratcheted up Friday night. It goes without saying that de Blasio is bringing ISIS type conditions to New York. His appearance there was an invitation to the pukes of today to join him in the days ahead by taking down the once greatest city in the world.
Dan Bongino: The cops I know can’t stand Bill de Blasio
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio defended his decision to join protesters at the G-20 summit in Germany a day after an NYPD cop was assassinated in the Bronx.
De Blasio appeared on the “Ask the Mayor” segment on WNYC’s “The Brian Lehrer Show” Friday, calling in from Hamburg. The mayor departed Thursday evening to attend protest events, keeping hush about his plans until hours before he left.
“They wanted, I think, to represent the fact that there are a variety of views in the United States on how to proceed on the big issues that face this planet, particularly on climate change,” de Blasio said.
De Blasio continued to attack Trump, with the mayor saying, as the “leader of the biggest city in the country,” he has the responsibility to represent the U.S. differently from the president.