‘Buh-bye sh*t head!’ De Blasio forced to move presser indoors as protesters bid him boisterous farewell

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The long nightmare may finally be over for New Yorkers as Bill de Blasio wraps up his ruinous term as the Big Apple’s mayor, leaving wreckage in his wake as a result of his far left policies that have virtually handed the key to the city to criminals.

On Thursday, de Blasio took a bow starting with an appearance on NBC’s “Today” show followed by two press conferences where he sang his own praises over the management of COVID despite the city once again being the epicenter of another outbreak due to the Omicron variant.

Cases are once again exploding in Gotham despite de Blasio’s oppressive measures including mandates, vaccine passports and the use of the NYPD as vaccine police despite the city’s staggering crime rate, a characteristic of other major American cities that are under Democrat control.

De Blasio will be remembered by many for his appalling conduct as the city was ransacked by rioters and looters last summer during the mayhem that erupted after the death of George Floyd and he undermined his own police force, leaving citizens at the mercy of the mob; criminals were further emboldened when Hizzoner cut $1 billion from the police budget.

New York is experiencing its highest murder rate in ten years and is on pace to shatter the 500 mark before the big ball drops in Times Square on New Year’s Eve, the last time that there were so many dead bodies came when failed Democrat presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg resided at Gracie Mansion.

A boisterous crowd of protesters gathered outside of City Hall to mark the occasion, some carried signs with messages that included “Buh-bye sh*t head,” “Thanks for f***ing up our city” and “Let’s Go Brandon.”

Despite the protests, de Blasio touted his achievements and saluted his staffers.

“You changed millions of people’s lives,” he said. “You changed the way people are educated. We changed the way people get housing and the way people get mental health care that was so often denied. We changed policing in this town. We’ve changed so many things.”

Many would agree but that the changes have been for the worse.

During his appearance on “Today,” de Blasio defended his record despite the reality on the ground, insisting that New York is better off now as a result of his policies during his eight years at the helm.

Twitter users marked the end of de Blasio’s reign of terror.

Incoming Mayor Eric Adams who is a former police officer will have his work cut out for him as he tries to restore sanity and safety to New York City, a monumental task that has drawn ferocious opposition from Black Lives Matter leaders, one of whom warned of riots, fire and bloodshed if he cracks down on crime.

Adams has already likely disappointed many after he announced that he would be keeping de Blasio’s controversial private-sector vaccine mandate.

When he signed off, de Blasio left open the possibility that he has further political aspirations. “Goodbye New York. See you again soon,” he said, teasing a potential run for the Empire State’s governorship.

In a rational world, a record like de Blasio’s would disqualify a candidate from higher office but in deep-blue New York, he stands a good chance of becoming governor because Democrats are gluttons for punishment.


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