Trump may be a “whiny little bitch”, but he got nothing on dickBlasio a major whiny bitch whose motto is “if you don’t play by my rules, I am taking my ball home”.
What an utter failure, him and his whole administration, but then what do you expect when his whole platform was playing the bi-racial card to get as many votes as he could. Sure play a card, but make sure you have substance and a plan to back it up. This complete non-transparent, totally unaccountable whinny ass bitch had zip. Vote for me, I have a bi-racial family, see I am with it and in touch with the folks, plus I have a swell campaign slogan, “Tale of Two Cities” and I will make things just.
WRONG, WRONG, WRONG, completely dead wrong. The Tale of Two Cities turned into the sequel, over-development spread like wild fire, Vision Zero became a bust, his affordable housing plan went down the tubes, a homeless situation made even worse by Big Bird and then the typical NYC Democratic crap: Corruption, Greed, Lying, No Accountability, Power to your head, forgetting about who you are supposed to represent (hint: the people), an awful & corrupt administration and then to top it off, the biggest whiny bitch ass on par with Trump at his worst.
In other words, A COMPLETE DISMAL FAILURE & BIG ASS WHINY BITCH. Make him a one term Mayor. BUT FOLKS, let’s not hope for impeachment, because then we will get the even worse waste of tax payer’s money, the Public Advocate Tish James, another failure in that do nothing position, which just sucks up tax payer’s money, but actually has no power and accomplished nothing.
From The Daily News:
Rest assured — de Blasio can’t possibly — prosecutors Preet Bharara and Cy Vance would not waste time pursuing frivolous charges.
U.S. Attorney Bharara, in Manhattan federal court, is probing the mayor’s extraction of millions of dollars, mostly from enterprises doing business with city government, to advance de Blasio’s political ambitions.
District Attorney Vance, in Manhattan Supreme Court, is taking stock of de Blasio’s failed 2014 effort to secure Democratic Party control of the New York State Senate by pumping $1 million through county party committees, in possible circumvention of legal contribution limits.
On both fronts, the mayor and his minions systematically hit up for hefty contributions unions, real estate developers and entrepreneurs seeking potentially lucrative city government deals . Contorting around city campaign finance and ethics rules that sharply restrict official fundraising from such sources, inartful dodger de Blasio reeled out on a leash fundraiser Ross Offinger, on the payroll of a de Blasio-created non-profit called the Campaign for One New York.
Just who in de Blasio’s orbit might be in the prosecutors’ sights for possible criminal charges and on what grounds — potentially, for the feds, extortion or influence-peddling — will in due time come into public focus.
Through proxies and sometimes his own mouth, de Blasio systematically demanded big donations he had no business asking for, dangling enticements to lure in big fish and small.
One donor thus blessed was Harendra Singh, a restaurateur facing trial in connection with a Long Island bribery scheme that ensnared Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, also under indictment. Singh nabbed a spot with the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City — and better yet, federal investigators reportedly suspect, may have secured City Hall help in getting out from under $1.4 million in unpaid rent to the city.
With friends like these cooperating with the feds, who needs the enemies de Blasio invokes as having necessitated his vast extracurricular fundraising apparatus?
De Blasio says that attack ads from the likes of hedge funders championing charter schools necessitated his amassing financial firepower in return — and that his lawyers and the city Conflicts of Interest Board approved the end-run set-up, and that never did a dime of the cash hauled in influence a single City Hall decision.
Too clever by half — because whatever high-minded ideals of integrity de Blasio is surely convinced he possesses, the grinding reality of donor demands has a way of wearing them down.
Recognizing exactly that accursed inevitability, the City Council on Thursday imposed a ban on taking more than $400 from donors with business before the city, which de Blasio grudgingly says he will sign.
Meantime, he blames political enemies for obligating his own actions — in the process exposing the profound and possibly criminal weaknesses of his schemes.
He insisted yet again on Friday that donors gave only to advance the causes of pre-K and affordable housing his operation championed. Yet if that were so, nothing would have stopped unions, or developers, or whomever from forming their own groups, buying their own ads and staging their own rallies independent of the mayor allied with them.
Look no further than this week’s Daily News special investigation to see the naked truth:
The mayor’s disastrous error was to sit in the tollbooth and ask them all to pony up — with contracts and developments so much other city business at stake.
De Blasio still doesn’t get it. He soon may have no choice.