New York Mayor Bill de Blasio canceled the annual Messy Day Parade on Thanksgiving this year, citing coronovirus concerns, but Seth Baron of City Hall’s City Editor’s own editor-in-chief of leftist activists who violated city halls Ignored
Baron told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that the Bray Blandin Democrat, De Blasio, is being “unmasked” and trying to crush anything that brings his constituents to happiness or normalcy.
Instead, de Blasio championed the planned “virtual” parade.
“This will not be the same parade we are using. It will be a different event. We are re-organizing the event for the moment in history. You will be able to feel the emotion and joy of that day on television, online , “De Blasio said during public comment.
Barron said city stakeholders are “begging” the mayor, who is focused on fixing the catering environment in New York, from a rapidly growing phenomenon in crime, to the economic catastrophe of statewide and citywide lockouts .
He said, “They have these kinds of outrageous reactions. [to that], “Said Barone.” The Massey Day Parade is a good example – it is an extremely popular national event. If we had, it would have indicated that ‘Hey New York City wants tourists – maybe we can’t have everyone now but we are open for business [and] This is what keeps the future. ”
Barron said de Blasio often targets “cheerful and nutritious” entities because patrons of those types of things “follow the law.”
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Meanwhile, for several nights in Manhattan’s Washington Square Park, a leftist group has caught on what NYU’s student newspaper described as “midnight raves” with live music and widespread noncompliance with COVID-19 restrictions with.
“Every weekend in Washington Square Park, celebrating fascism – which is part of the revolutionary communist [movement] There is a protest party with a DJ and hundreds of people who drink alcohol, take drugs and dance – [but] Bill de Blasio Dost also notices it – so he is clearly and explicitly allowing it. “