Well it looks like NYC is finally waking up!
A couple months ago, Mayor Bill de Blasio commissioned for a BLM mural to be painted on a street in NYC.
And now him and Governor Cuomo have a mural of their own.
A mural saying “F–k Cuomo and de Blasio” was painted on a busy Brooklyn street and remained there for 24 hours.
Here’s the full story fromFox News:
For nearly 24 hours this weekend, an all-caps, block-long message painted in yellow on a Brooklyn street contained the rage of New York City: “F–k Cuomo and de Blasio.”
The New York Post reported the shout-out to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was created around 1 a.m. Saturday during an annual block party that also served as a “small business owner protest.”
“A few partygoers got the idea to paint in huge [letters, using] yellow paint with rollers on North 15th, ‘F–k Cuomo and de Blasio,’” an unidentified attendee said Sunday. “The party continued. Everyone took photos. It was a big hit. The crowds cheered, even the cops chuckled.”
The Department of Transportation covered the street art in black around 10 p.m. Saturday.
“They told the partygoers it came from up top and they were told the sign said ‘F–k the police,’” the unidentified attendee reported.
New York must be absolutely fed up with these two.
They wrecked the city's economy with their COVID shutdowns.
And they've allowed BLM and ANTIFA protesters to essentially do whatever they want.
As the Daily Mail reports, some New Yorkers are calling on de Blasio to resign over his handling of re-opening the schools:
The majority of the more than 1 million public school students in the city will be in the classroom one to three days a week and learning remotely the rest of the time.
The Mayor greeted pre-K students at a school in Queens and praised the 'air of energy and spirit' among teachers and pupils.
'To see those children so engaged, so happy to be there, it was truly inspiring,' de Blasio said. 'This year was special... because we've had to overcome so much.'
He also tweeted: 'There's nothing like the first day of school. Welcome back to our 3-K, Pre-K and District 75 students starting in-person learning today!
'This school year will look different. Make no mistake though, that our goals are the same. A safe environment, a strong learning curriculum and the continued spirit of community.'
His Twitter was immediately inundated with calls to resign from angry New Yorkers.
'First lesson of the school year: Resign,' one tweeted.
Another said: 'Teachers and principals are going above and beyond. You should be ashamed of yourself. Just resign.'
After a fidgety spring of online pre-K, Jessica D'Amato's 5-year-old son has been so excited about going back to in-person school that he keeps asking: 'When am I going to kindergarten?'
First the answer was September 10 before being pushed to Monday and then September 29 - much to the family's frustration.
'I think that all the students are really, really at a disservice right now - because of the uncertainty, because of the lack of in-person instruction,' D'Amato said.
She wondered why the city is still grappling with the staffing shortages cited for the latest delay after having months to plan, and how likely it is that the extra days will solve the problem.
'I can't see how they're going to fix the issue in a week, and I'll be very upset if then they push it again,' she said, 'because this kid needs to be in school already.'
Of course, de Blasio will never resign.
He doesn't have the grace to do what's best for New York City.