New York City Mayor Eric Adams possesses this delusionary thought that ‘The Big Apple‘ is back.
So, he’s attempting to lure Floridians to the Empire State.
In his efforts, Adams targeted Florida’s ‘Parental Rights in Education Bill.’
Adams plans to spend money on “Don’t Say Gay” billboards in Florida to convince leftists to ditch the Sunshine State for NYC’s rising crime rates, homeless encampments, and medical discrimination.
And his promise to leftists who leave Florida and move to New York is to enable groomers and teach sex to kindergarteners.
BREAKING: @NYCMayor announces a new digital billboard campaign in five Florida markets denouncing the hateful #DontSayGay law and inviting Floridians to move to New York. https://t.co/kPB7J7vJoU pic.twitter.com/1Dqbxmzqjo
— NYC Mayor's Office (@NYCMayorsOffice) April 4, 2022
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Fox 13 Tampa Bay reported:
Messages on the digital billboards include: “People say a lot of ridiculous things in New York. ‘Don’t Say Gay’ isn’t one of them”, and “Come to the city where you can say whatever you want.” There will also be social media ads with the same messages, city officials said.
The billboards in partnership will be up for eight weeks in major markets across Florida including Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa and West Palm Beach.
“This is the city of Stone Wall. This is the city where we are proud to talk about how you can live in a comfortable setting and not be harassed, not be abused, not just as adults but as young people,” Adams said. “Listen, we want you here in New York. We want you right here in New York City.”
New York state has seen more migration to Florida than from Florida in recent years. In the last three years of the 2010s, more than 60,000 New Yorkers moved to Florida each year on average. By contrast, during the same period, fewer than 24,000 Floridians on average annually moved to New York state, according to U.S. Census Bureau figures.
‘We want you right here in New York City!’
The city where we mask toddlers, teach kindergarteners about sex, tax residents to death, fire workers who don’t comply with mRNA gene therapies, and allow criminals to roam the streets.
How many people does Mayor Eric Adams intend to persuade with that promotional ad?