You gotta love New Yorkers!
They are never afraid to express how they feel…..and it turns out they don’t much care for their far-left Liberal Mayor, Bill De Blasio.
MAGAvoter explains more:
Wednesday evening, while attending New York City’s annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center, Mayor Bill De Blasio was booed by the crowd.
The Democrat mayor is no stranger to being publicly booed, and has faced scorn from crowds for his controversial stances on issues such as the removal of national monuments and the treatment of the city’s police department.
De Blasio, however, has refused to relent to the scrutiny, instead doubling down recently on his call for increased government involvement in New York citizens’ lives while touting his “socialistic” vision for the city.
After winning re-election last year, De Blasio has faced a litany of criticism from constituents, many of who complain that the New York mayor’s increasingly liberal agenda.
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From Fox News:
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio was booed Wednesday night at the famous Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree lighting ceremony, as he flipped the switch on live TV.
The liberal mayor was outside 30 Rock as part of the annual event televised on NBC. But, despite winning re-election comfortably last year, de Blasio was booed when announced by the hosts, moments before the tree lit up.
Hizzoner smiled and waved, but the boos could easily be picked up on the TV mics.
De Blasio has been booed in a number of public appearances, including at a Columbus Day parade last year over his ordering of a task force to consider the removal of monuments of historical figures -- including Christopher Columbus.
But de Blasio has not backed down. This month, he cited his "socialistic impulse" in describing an ideal world where New York City government has control over all land and buildings in his city.
“I think people all over this city, of every background, would like to have the city government be able to determine which building goes where, how high it will be, who gets to live in it, what the rent will be,” de Blasio said in a wide-ranging interview with New York Magazine. “I think there’s a socialistic impulse, which I hear every day, in every kind of community that they would like things to be planned in accordance to their needs.”
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