New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is likely noticing that his fan club is continuing to shrink on a daily basis, especially after the recent murder of two NYPD law enforcement officers this past Saturday.
Many folks around the country believe the race baiting garbage that runs out of de Blasio’s mouth is partially responsible for the officers death, which is one reason people are slamming the guy on all sides.
One individual who’s definitely not a big supporter of the mayor is Bill O’Reilly, who was so ticked off by de Blasio he called into his own television show–while on vacation–just to rip him a new one in a classic O’Reilly style rant.
“Look, I’m going to walk through this in a very methodical way because I want everybody to hear what I’m saying very clearly because I’m going to send a big message tonight on ‘The Factor,’” O’Reilly said at the outset of the segment.
“You have a mayor that comes in, a man named Bill de Blasio. He is a far left individual, who is incompetent,” O’Reilly said. “He cannot run the city of New York.”
Who’s his best friend? Al Sharpton. Al Sharpton. A racial provocateur and anti-cop individual is de Blasio’s best friend. That says it all,” O’Reilly said.
“This is an individual who should resign today,” he added. “He cannot run this city, he’s lost the control of the police department, and their respect.”
“They will never come back, no matter what he says, because he sided with the protesters … and he has disgraced the office of mayor of New York City,” O’Reilly concluded. “He should resign.”
I’m not always a huge fan of O’Reilly, but when he’s right, he’s right.
Mayor de Blasio has proven he’s inept and too enamored with the progressive agenda to actually be an effective leader.
Losing the respect of the police department spells disaster for the safety of citizens in New York, and should certainly cause residents to lose confidence in his leadership capabilities.
Unfortunately, asking a lefty to resign–give up power–is like asking Bill Clinton to wear a chastity belt. It simply goes against their character, which is why it isn’t likely to happen.