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WATCH: NYC Mayor-Elect Eric Adams Confronted by Mob of Angry Anti-Mandate Protestors


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After holding a rally as part of Worldwide Walkout Day, New Yorkers fighting for medical freedom marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to Brooklyn Borough Hall.

That’s the office of Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams (D), the New York City Mayor-Elect.

Adams handily won the mayoral election against Curtis Sliwa (R).

Before the election, Adams stated he would mandate the experimental COVID-19 jabs for NYC school children.

The day after the election, a large group of angry New Yorkers stood outside of Brooklyn Borough Hall chanting “where’s Eric Adams?”

Protestors demanded an end to the mandates under his administration.

To much surprise, Adams walked outside and faced the infuriated crowd protesting medical mandates that have ravaged NYC for months.

As I was in attendance, it was a chaotic scene outside of Borough Hall.

But make no mistake about this, Adams walked out as a publicity stunt for good press.

His intention was to give off the impression that he is willing to hear the opposition and address their concerns.

However, he got more than he bargained for with many New Yorkers screaming in his face.

Here’s a good clip (graphic language) that illustrates the outrage many New Yorkers feel over the tyrannical mandates and losing their jobs for refusing a medical experiment.

Before returning to Borough Hall, Adams took a handful of the protestors into his office to discuss setting up a larger meeting with coalition members.

Members will represent every aspect of New York City, such as NYPD, FDNY, sanitation, educators, parents, and small business owners.

The meeting will also include legal representatives.

While the exact date of the larger coalition meeting is TBA, activists who went with Adams gave updates of what transpired inside.

Other protestors reminded the crowd to keep fighting the mandates as they await the meeting.

I’ll hold my reservations about Adams ending the NYC medical mandates until the coalition meets with him.

But the people now have a voice at the table.

And I’ll give him credit for walking outside to face the angry mob.

Because De Blasio would never confront thousands of angry constituents outside his office.

From the New York Post (before protestors confronted Adams over the mandates):

Mayor-elect Eric Adams vowed to “revisit” the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for municipal workers when he takes office and reach a “resolution” on the matter, as he took an election victory lap Wednesday morning.

During a series of media appearances the day after he handily beat Republican opponent Curtis Sliwa, the Democrat also repeatedly promised he wouldn’t step on Mayor Bill de Blasio’s toes regarding the controversial jab order.

“We need to revisit how we are going to address the vaccine mandates. Now, I stated I did not want to Monday-morning-quarterback the mayor. This is his time to be the man, he has to make the decisions,” Adams said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

The former NYPD captain again deferred to the current mayor on the mandate, while urging him to meet with union leaders over it.

Stay tuned for future NYC updates!



 

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