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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is as far left as it gets. His policies indicate as much.

In fact, he had self-avowed Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) swear him in during his re-election victory.

When approached by a homeless woman, De Blasio couldn’t find it within himself to make time for her.

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He then walked away.

From Fox News:

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio told a homeless woman “I’m in the middle of doing my workout” when she approached him at Brooklyn gym Friday morning asking why more housing wasn’t available for the city’s homeless population.

Nathylin Flower Adesegun, a 72-year-old activist with VOCAL-NY, can be seen in a video approaching the mayor at a YMCA in the Park Slope area. She asked him why, by some figures, just 5 percent of the 300,000 units in his affordable housing program will go to the city’s homeless population.

“I’m in the middle of doing my workout,” de Blasio said. “I can’t do this now.”

De Blasio’s security detail stepped in as the mayor walked away saying, “I’m not doing this here.”

Newly released emails show De Blasio trashing Hillary Clinton behind her back in the run up to the 2016 presidential election.

From Newsmax:

New York City’s prickly progressive Mayor de Blasio dissed Hillary Clinton behind her back while waiting six and a half months to endorse her for president in 2015, the New York Post reported.

His cringe-worthy digs were contained in a cache of emails dumped by City Hall last week under court order in response to a Freedom of Information suit, the Post reported.

“Do you get the feeling she needs to start learning to use short declarative sentences???” de Blasio emailed adviser John Del Cecato on June 19, 2015, about an interview where Clinton spoke about her position on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. “She’s even worse than me.”

More from New York Post:

De Blasio also praised Clinton’s opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders later that day, emailing that the liberal Vermont pol’s praise was “helpful” and “adds momentum.”

But the next day, Clinton came out against TPP, and on Oct. 11, her campaign started coordinating with de Blasio on how to roll out his endorsement.

The mayor finally backed her on Oct. 30, once he returned from a trip to Israel, and after services for slain police officer Randolph Holder and the anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.


Clinton included his endorsement in a long list of other mayors backing her, quoting him fourth on an official release, after mayors from Chicago, Philadelphia and Houston.

De Blasio’s cringe-worthy hesitation to endorse Clinton was part of an apparent attempt to boost his own relevancy in the presidential election.


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