De Blasio Chased Away From NYC Event

It’s befuddling… Despite the fact that New Yorkers appear to despise Bill de Blasio, the lurching buffoon remains in power.

I decided to look into it to see if I could figure out why, and the only conclusion I’ve come to is that de Blasio keeps winning because voter turnout is so low.

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So, I suppose the mystery has been solved…

We now know why a raging communist is in charge of New York City: because the city’s residents are too lazy to vote.

That’s exactly what happened at a “pro-Asian” gathering.

The event was held in support of Asians who have recently been targeted for attacks, and de Blasio attended to gain some publicity.

The event’s attendees, on the other hand, did not want the communist mayor there.

They were so enraged that they taunted him and then drove him away.


New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s attempt to attend an anti-Asian crime vigil in Union Square on Friday was reportedly thwarted when rallygoers heckled him and chased him away.

Onlookers shouted, “What are you going to do about it?” as video footage from the event showed him attempting to express his solidarity with all Asian Americans.

The rally was one of many held across the country on Friday in response to the fatal mass shooting earlier in the week at three Asian-owned massage parlors in Atlanta.

After a lone gunman killed six Asian women and two others in Atlanta-area attacks on Tuesday night, a diverse crowd gathered on Manhattan’s 14th Street to demand an end to hate crimes and bias, according to the New York Post.

“As politicians and advocates addressed protesters, mourners lit candles, held signs reading ‘Stop Killing Us’ and ‘Stop Asian Hate,’ and laid flowers in front of makeshift memorials.”

Anti-Asian crime has been rampant for a year, despite Democrats and their media allies focusing solely on the mass shooting in Atlanta, which has gotten widespread attention because the perpetrator is white.

“Hate crimes against Asian-Americans increased dramatically in New York City last year. The New York Times reported late last month that “officials are struggling with the issue even as new events occur.”

Observe how his car accelerates as the enraged crowd pursues him.

Take a look at the two videos below:



Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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