Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to set the record straight: deer stops when it comes to running the city. . . COVID.
it’s fine: Mayor Management Report released On Friday, City Hall acknowledged a number of failures that have put New York in serious trouble, yet de Blasio does not accept responsibility.
“Something we’ve seen with crime” and “in terms of the Department of Corrections – it’s all because Covid has set a whole range of things in motion.” Hizzoner weaseled. City Council member Bob Holden (D-Queens) rightly blasted it as an “easy excuse” for the mayor’s “poor management” and “bad decisions.”
Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. Stringer reported.Blaze & Co. failed to address properly: the city’s response, Stringer said, was “hampered by a lack of planning, coordination and preparation.”
And the sheer number of crises is a sure sign of how fragile the city government was. First The plague spread
Get into school: Cowed accelerated downhill, but it started years ago. The city’s focus is on “equity” rather than educating children, which has played a key role.
Or crime: For the third year in a row, serious crimes have risen, with homicides rising nearly 40 percent by 2020. Once again, the trouble began before the coup, thanks to the fight against law enforcement, including the elimination of NYPD antigun units.
The same basic story with the homeless, which touched the sky in the time of de Blasio. And with a 23% increase in violent incidents in the city’s prisons, despite the de Bleus race being vacated.
Let’s face it: Blas prefers allies and conceptions of life in the White House to working for the city government, leaving the city ready for destruction.
Asked if he takes full responsibility for it? Someone Concerns in the report, He told The Post’s Julia Marsh.“I’ll try and get a list for you sometime.” Oops.
Historians will discuss what caused the most damage to the city: the Corona virus – or the destructive merits of de Blasio.