New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio summed up the annual Macy’s Day Parade on Thanksgiving this year, citing coronavirus problems but ignoring left-wing activists who violate City Hall’s own mitigation releases, City Assistant Editor Seth Barron said Monday.
Barron told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that de Blasio, a Brooklyn Democrat, is “feckless” and tries to crush anything that brings his voters joy or a sense of normalcy.
De Blasio fought instead of the planned “virtual” parade.
“It will not be the same parade we are used to. It will be a different event. We will reinvent the event for this moment in history. You will be able to feel the spirit and joy of that day on TV online,”
Barron said city stakeholders are “begging” the mayor to concentrate on resolving the crater environment in New York, from the exponential rise in crime to the economic destruction of state and city-wide lockdowns.
“He kind of has these feckless answers [to that]”Barron said.” The Macy’s Day parade is a great example – this is an extremely popular national event. If we had it, it would signal ‘hey New York City wants tourists – maybe we can not have everyone now, but we are open for business [and] this is what the future brings. ‘”
Barron said de Blasio often targets “cheerful and healthy” entities because patrons of these types of things tend to “obey the law.”
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Meanwhile, a left-wing group for several nights in Manhattan’s Washington Square Park has held what the NYU study newspaper described as “midnight raves” filled with live music and widespread non-compliance with COVID-19 restrictions.
“In Washington Square Park every weekend, fascism – which is part of the revolutionary communist – denies [movement] has a protest party with a DJ and hundreds of people drink, make drugs and dance – [but] Bill de Blasio even notices this – so he allows it implicitly and tacitly. “