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Fresh update on "bill de blasio" discussed on Perspective

Perspective

00:56 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bill de blasio" discussed on Perspective

"This week to the most populous states in the country announced. They are reopening. Abc's alec stone in california arriving at universal studios escorted by the minion. Shrek optimus prime by your side. Governor gavin newsom making it official most covert rules are now gone here in california california roaring back thirty. Eight percent of america's jobs now are coming out of the state of california also pulled the winning numbers of ten californians. Who win one point. Five million dollars each for getting vaccinated county lorain county stone. Abc news los angeles and across the country in new york fireworks from niagara falls to the big apple to celebrate that seventy percent of the state's adults are now at least partially vaccinated new york city mayor bill de blasio also announcing ticker tape parade for doctors nurses and other hospital staff wednesday july seventh. The canyon of heroes will be that moment a parade you will remember for the rest of your life to celebrate people who we need to keep in our hearts through new york city heroes but in the same week. There was so much good news. There was also heartbreak because this week the nation passed another milestone. Six hundred thousand americans have now died of colon. And if you're one of those who can no longer be with someone you loved fireworks. Don't make it hurt any less. Here's one of the six hundred thousand stories. My name is pamela addison. I lost my husband. Martin addison to covid nineteen on april twenty nine twenty twenty as the time of his death. My husband was only forty four years old. My husband's dream was to become a father and we have two beautiful children. Elsie ingraham at the time of his death. My son had just turned five months and my daughter had just turned to my heart aches for them to know that they just have now. I do my best to make sure that they know who their dad is that he was a hero that he loved them every night. They kiss their papas picture. And tell him good night. A few months after my husband died. I created and founded young widows and widowers of covid nineteen. It's a facebook group that has now over six hundred members and in creating this group. I have created a community of people who understands everything we have all been through. It is heartbreaking for me to see this number because when my husband died it was only sixty thousand people and i can never in my wildest dreams imagined that we would be here today. Clearly people are still dying and yes. There is light at the end of the tunnel but we have lost six hundred thousand people as we as a nation. Get back to normal. My life will never be normal again. I stopped being normal march. Twenty second of twenty twenty when my husband developed a cough and when he died.

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Fresh update on "bill de blasio" discussed on Brian Lehrer

Brian Lehrer

00:53 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bill de blasio" discussed on Brian Lehrer

"Bill de Blasio at 646435 70 to 86 46435 70 to 80 or tweet your question. Just use the hashtag. Ask the mayor, you know, listeners of our lines get full. We only have 10 lines They do get full. Our Twitter feed never gets full. So tweet a question. Use the hashtag. Ask the mayor and Good morning, Mr Mayor. Welcome back to W N. Y C. Thank you very much. Brian and Brian. I have some quick, good news breaking news here. We just got a Department of Labor report. That makes clear something. I think we're seeing already on the streets of New York City. We're seeing our come back well in terms of jobs. It's now confirm that jobs are coming back in New York City substantially faster than the national rate. And that is really good to see. We see so many small businesses reopening, we see so much more activity. Now we have hard facts that show that job growth in New York City is outpacing the national rate, and that's good news for all of us. That's good news indeed. But since you started with that, I think I also saw on that report. That we're still at higher unemployment than the national average. If that's your understanding, why is that? And how do you fight it? We took Huge hit because of the kinds of industries we have here and what we fight it exactly by what we're doing, You know, very intensive, come back. The vaccination efforts been a huge success. We're going to keep building that schools coming back fully in September. Obviously, everything is now formally reopened. I think this summer is going to attract a lot of activity, including a lot more tourism than we expected. It's just persistence. But I'm quite convinced that we are going to be turning the corner more in 2021. Then what was expected Because the arts and cultural space need more city help to get fully back or just as you know the demand and the fact that they're reopening do it sufficiently in your opinion, or are there any sectors of the economy? That you feel the city as a government needs to pay attention to to help them come back. I think I think it's a little bit of all the above in the sense of we need to watch sector by sector. We've done specific things to help the arts community specific things to help the hospitality industry, obviously open restaurants and other support. We provide for hotels a lot for small business, and we'll be talking about that a lot more in the city budget, the kind of direct support for small business to come back. Um I think the fact is the city government has a role to play. But I also truly belief that the organic reality of New Yorkers now a lot of people, unleashing their spending power here in the city rather than going someplace else. I think that's going to be a big a big reality. Folks not traveling the world as much as they might have been staying here and appreciate this place. More spending here investing here. So we're going to be doing all of the above one of the great things that we're doing the city artist core. We're literally going to be employing artists directly in the style of the WPA of Franklin Roosevelt and of course this summer. To be out in communities and create workshops, performances. Murals, Um, so we're going to do a lot to directly support arts and culture, for example, But I also see and you can see it with Broadway coming back. You know, the shows are starting now, with Springsteen this month tickets being snapped up some of this. Thank God is going to happen because people just need to and want to be a part of what's happening in New York City. An article by W. N. Y. C and got finished health editor Seacon Akpan. Some of his colleagues today shows increasing covid segregation in the city. Use that term and new cases in hospitalizations and deaths the way down overall, concentrating in largely black and brown communities, and my question is Is reopening so broadly based on overall averages, rather than the more vulnerable areas, a kind of marginalization of the very New Yorkers who are already the most disadvantaged as they remain more vulnerable. I would say it's the opposite. The reopening is going to provide the relief, the economic opportunity. You know the jobs the opportunity for small businesses to come back in communities of color. I go all over the city. I talked to leaders and people represent many communities. There's been a deep desire in communities of color for this reopening, but I think if you asked the question, how do we focused particularly on getting people vaccinated? Which obviously is the answer? It's been proven now deeply. What we announced this last week. Bringing community based organizations, houses of worship, Um, nature resident councils into this work more squarely and literally rewarding them. Putting money into the community for every single person they bring in to get vaccinated. These are new approaches that we're trying, but we're very hopeful about hesitancy is still a real issue, but it is reducing slowly but surely And you know the sites are in communities of color. The outreach efforts are there. We believe it's going to take persistence, but we will continually reach more and more people. Question from he jen via Twitter asks, Can the mayor provide an update on his 2017 promised to provide air conditioners for all public schools? Our school in Williamsburg still has broken ax, with Children wearing mask indoors in stifling heat. Rights this listener will he fulfill this promise before his term ends. So we're definitely as the city of New York going to fulfill the promise. We got obviously profoundly dislocated by covid, including on this effort, but it will be done. I'd like that. If if your team could share that information with our folks here at City Hall, so we can follow up with your caller on that particular school and see what we can do to help immediately. But the bigger promise that it actually Brian, you appreciate this because you you have a kind of town hall meeting every day with New Yorkers. I was at a town hall meeting. I believe it was in Queens and you know, and every day New Yorker said, Hey, this is a persistent problem. Can you make a commitment to do something that I went back to my team? I said, What's it going to take the air conditioned every classroom in New York City and we came up with the plan, and at that point it was going to take four or five years, but we put the money in place. It's been moving fast. It's gotten a little disrupted by covid, but it will be completed. Another school related question from Merca in Brooklyn. I believe Mark a urine w N Y C with the Mayor. Yes. Hello. Good morning. Good morning. Thanks for taking my call. Mr. Mayor. I spoke with you before. About my son that has been held hostage in the county. I even met you Don't add municipal building downtown Brooklyn. And up Till now. Nothing hasn't been done. I went to see my son on Monday. NASA country about eight of them strong me you could have hold. I've got killed down there. Can't even get to see my son. Even though I go there. I want to know why the court is sticking six years to take a child. And have him held hostage behind an old building at CEO in Secret Long Island. I will say that she told us screen and she had a budget question about the schools. But Mr Mayor, can you help her? Um, I I do Remember Meeting America and our team, Um, followed up attempted to see what we could do. We're happy to do it again. If you'll get market will give your information to W. Y C R team will follow up. This is a complex to state the obvious and I'll be very simple. It's a complex situation. It did involve actions by a court. We do not control the court system, but we any way we can help foster some dialogue and see if there's a way to resolve this. We're going to try our best and we'll follow up. Our team will follow up with Marca. Merkel will take your contact Information. Ryan in Manhattan around W N. Y. C with the Mayor. Hello, Ryan. Hello. Hi, Mr Mayor..

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Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to New York City

Dan Caplis

00:31 sec | Last week

Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to New York City

"July, 4th tradition is returning. Spacey's posted a video teasing the return of Fourth of July fireworks in New York City within person viewing the 45th annual Macy's Fourth of July. Fireworks will ignite in a jaw dropping salute to our nation producer will cost promised 6500 shells and effects launched from five barges in the East River. Mayor Bill de Blasio said crowds can return because of the city's progress against the virus going to take on added meaning this year as a symbol of our rebirth Last year shows pretaped People away.

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Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to NYC

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:34 sec | Last week

Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to NYC

"July 4th tradition returning after a pandemic related absence we hear from ABC's Aaron Carter Ski Aces posted a video teasing the return of Fourth of July fireworks in New York City. With in person viewing the 45th annual Macy's Fourth of July. Fireworks will ignite in a jaw dropping salute to our nation producer will cost promised 6500 shells and effects launched from five barges in the East River Mayor Bill de Blasio said crowds can return because of the city's progress against the virus going to take on added Meeting this year as a symbol of our rebirth. Last year's show is pre taped to keep people away.

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De Blasio Says New York Schools All in-Person, With No Remote Learning, This Fall

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:14 sec | 3 weeks ago

De Blasio Says New York Schools All in-Person, With No Remote Learning, This Fall

"That's covert infection rates come down decisions are being made about the next school year. In New York City. Public schools will be fully in person in September Mayor Bill de Blasio. I have talked to so many parents who have been wanting to hear this confirmed and I am

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:06 min | Last month

"bill de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Max from gotham gazette very happy. Now to welcome to the show. Jonathan rosen who is a political consultant. A principal and co founder at berlin rosen and he heads strategic communications crisis management and media relations across the firm's offices in new york la and d. dc. And of course as i mentioned at the top of the show. Jonathan is very well known in new york city politics in circles because he helped steer bill de blasio to a come from behind victory in two thousand thirteen. So we're going to talk with him about mayor bill de blasio in the race to succeed him. Jonathan thanks for joining us. Extreme how you guys doing doing pretty well. Yeah excited about The final weeks of of this mayoral race in all the others. How are you doing today. Good excited for eighty two degree weather and the city's best copa dumpers and long any risk can remember absolutely absolutely during looking up. Yes indeed indeed in perfect time for For the stretch run of this mayoral race and other races. Although perhaps some new yorkers be a little distracted by via the nice weather in the ability to be vaccinated and and Going to many things getting together with many people but hopefully the Elections will have people abuzz wherever they go. So where do we stand manual. Yes exactly So where do we stand in this mayoral race We have eight candidates seemingly in in some version of top tier tears within that top tier. But how are you thinking about where this race stands here With with just under five weeks until primary day sure I think we're kind of entering the home stretch. Where i think a lot could start to move It spite all the money being spent in this race. Apparently we've ever had this many independent expenditures and this many candidates who are raising real money very few of them are yet up in any meaningful way on broadcast television You know shawn and ray were up early. And then the superplex took over Scott has been up in a real way for a while. But you know. Put out her first ad today to really good ad Captains add a couple of weeks ago. I think we're kind of hitting this. The lights are gonna come on in a really big way and the stadium next week And voters are going to be like. Oh there's this mayor happening And we're going to see that shakes out. I mean because of the cats new york. See racist as you guys know and extraordinarily high cost of new york city broadcast television and cable. It does really create a calculus for most campaigns. The not start spending money in any real way Until this week next week. So are you. we're gonna start to see of real engagement happening In a big way I think the question for for some candidates centers are they never money to to compete and we had a filing deadline gets in the last adventure matching funds monday..

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US Closes in on 100 Million Americans Fully Vaccinated

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

US Closes in on 100 Million Americans Fully Vaccinated

"From coast to coast the nation is showing signs of a pandemic rebound as it approaches of vaccination milestone in New York City which mayor bill de Blasio says will be fully open by July first this is going to be the summer of New York City and southern California where Disneyland reopened today for the first time in thirteen months in Atlanta the CDC says new virus cases hospitalizations and deaths have all dropped again the White House says nearly one hundred million Americans are now fully vaccinated with either the single Johnson and Johnson jab war both shots of the Fizer and but during a vaccine make sure you get that second dose Dr Anthony Fauci says about eight percent of those who got the first have not come back for another Sager make ani Washington

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De Blasio foresees full reopening of New York City by July 1

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | Last month

De Blasio foresees full reopening of New York City by July 1

"Looking forward to lifting virus restrictions by the start of July. Mayor Bill de Blasio. The things that make New York City special will be clearer than ever this summer. This is going to be the summer of New York City, nor leans is lifting

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De Blasio Foresees Full Reopening of New York City by July 1

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:13 sec | Last month

De Blasio Foresees Full Reopening of New York City by July 1

"City Mayor Bill de Blasio says he wants his city fully reopened again by July. 1st. This is gonna be the summer of New York City. We're all going to get to enjoy the city again, and people are gonna flock here from all over the country.

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New York City Is Set to 'Fully Reopen' on July 1

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:19 sec | Last month

New York City Is Set to 'Fully Reopen' on July 1

"New York City may resemble pre pandemic normalcy this summer because Mayor Bill de Blasio this morning says he has plans to fully ready Open the city by July 1st following a drop in the cove. It positivity and hospitalization rates. He told MSNBC this morning that the city is ready for stores, business offices and theaters to reopen at full strength.

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Ponzi Schemer Bernie Madoff Dies in Prison at 82

Brian Mudd

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Ponzi Schemer Bernie Madoff Dies in Prison at 82

"Age of 82. It was once chair of the NASDAQ stock market, pleading guilty in 9 2002, security sprawled and other charges, he admitted. Swindling billions of dollars from investors in a decades long scheme. When hearing about made off step this morning, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said made off hurt a lot of people. They someone passes is not a time to dance on the grave. But let's just be honest. Many, many people were hurt by his actions and No, it's time hopefully. Turn the page and move forward. And those hurt by made off include many in South Florida all the way into Hollywood and across the globe, a source telling ABC News that made off died of natural causes at a federal prison hospital in North Carolina. Or federal mass

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With Outdoor Concert, New York's Lincoln Center Starts Path to Return

1A

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

With Outdoor Concert, New York's Lincoln Center Starts Path to Return

"Lincoln Center, held its first concert in over here on Wednesday. As Jeff Lunden reports. It was the first concert of restart stages, which will fill the art center with outdoor performances and rehearsal spaces it over the coming months After speeches by Mayor Bill de Blasio and others. Members of the New York Philharmonic's brass section played a fanfare. Ah, a small invited audience of first responders sat masked in socially distance pods of two under a grove of trees to hear the short concert. Doctor is male. Nobile of Mount Sinai Hospital who'd been on the front lines of the covert pandemic, said he was grateful to be in the audience that Z such a treat Such incredible treat trombone player Colin Williams of the New York Philharmonic said he was grateful to completely forgotten what it's like to perform to have an audience and to stand up and feel that energy again for

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Mayor Bill de Blasio offers clarity on marijuana use in New York City

WBZ Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Mayor Bill de Blasio offers clarity on marijuana use in New York City

"Since the legalization of recreational marijuana in New York Mayor De Blasio's says there's a real concern for a lot of people about the strong smell of pot. The mayor says the city has strong cigarette laws that also relate to marijuana. Every place Where you're prohibited from smoking cigarettes are also prohibited from smoking marijuana, de Blasio says. It's about educating people about the new reality of marijuana and doing the right kind of enforcement, he adds. It's going to take time, and it will also be an adjustment. Lisa G. NEW York With more vaccine going out, Americans are showing they're

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New York is latest state to legalize recreational marijuana

AP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

New York is latest state to legalize recreational marijuana

"The recreational use of marijuana is now legal in New York state. Under the bill, possession of small amounts of marijuana is legal. They'll also be programs to help communities that bore the brunt of national and state drug wars. And eventually, it'll allow the sales of marijuana in the state to people over the age of 21 Mayor Bill de Blasio is praising it. This is a hugely important moment. For the state of New York. Lawmakers estimate the legalization of recreational, marijuana and other pot products will eventually bring in 300 year to cover the state's cost of regulating and enforcing the program. Julie Walker, NEW York

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New York governor signs bill legalizing recreational marijuana for adults

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

New York governor signs bill legalizing recreational marijuana for adults

"Empire State is going green. So to speak. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation legalizing recreational marijuana for those 21 older and the new law also automatically expunge is convictions for marijuana possession that would now be legal and directs 40% of pot tax revenue to communities of color that disproportionately faced. We'd charges New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is a hugely important moment for the state of New York. So huge congratulations to the Legislature for a major major step to reform. New York is now the 15th state with legal recreational marijuana.

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New York is latest state to legalize recreational marijuana

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

New York is latest state to legalize recreational marijuana

"I'm Julie Walker recreational marijuana is now legal in New York state under the bill possession of small amounts of marijuana is legal they'll also be programs to help communities that bore the brunt of national and state drug wars and eventually it'll allow the sales of marijuana in the state to people over the age of twenty one mayor bill de Blasio is raising it this is a hugely important moment for the state of New York lawmakers estimate the legalization of recreational marijuana and other pop products will eventually bring in three hundred million a year to cover the state's cost of regulating and enforcing the program Julie Walker New York

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NY lawmakers pass pot legalization, sending bill to governor

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

NY lawmakers pass pot legalization, sending bill to governor

"I'm Julie Walker governor Andrew Cuomo is set to sign a bill legalizing recreational marijuana in New York under the bill possession of small amounts of marijuana is legal they'll also be programs to help communities that bore the brunt of national and state drug wars and eventually it'll allow the sales of marijuana in the state to people over the age of twenty one mayor bill de Blasio is raising it this is a hugely important moment for the state of New York lawmakers estimate the legalization of recreational marijuana and other pop products will eventually bring in three hundred million a year to cover the state's cost of regulating and enforcing the program Julie Walker New York

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65-Year-Old Asian Woman Attacked IN New York City

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR Programming

01:49 min | 2 months ago

65-Year-Old Asian Woman Attacked IN New York City

"For a man who viciously attacked an Asian American woman near New York City's Times Square, asking for the public's help not only in locating the suspect but in doing its own part to stand up to the Racists. Police on Tuesday blanket in midtown Manhattan with wanted posters and offered a 25 $100 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of the man seen on surveillance Monday. Brutalizing the woman as she walked to church. She stomped on her face, kicked her in the stomach. Shouted anti Asian American slurs. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. And we need everyone to be a part of this because yesterday, I don't know if you've seen the video but absolutely disgusting and outrageous video. Of a name. Asian woman being attacked pushed the ground kicked viciously by someone full of hate. That was bad enough, but then to see A security guard standing nearby and not intervening. Absolutely acceptable. Look, I don't care who you are. I don't care what you do. You've got to help your fellow in New Yorker. And if you see someone being attacked Do whatever you can make noise. Call out what's happening. Go and try and help immediately call for help call 911. I mean, this is something where we all have to be part of the solution. We can't just stand back and watch a heinous act happening. And I think for so many Asian American, New Yorkers who are feeling isolated right now feeling fearful they need to know that they have solidarity of all New Yorkers and support On the attack Monday among the latest international spike in anti Asian hate crimes. That happened just weeks after a mass shooting in Atlanta left eight dead, six of them women of Asian descent.

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New York City mayor aims to fully vaccinate 5 million residents by June

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 2 months ago

New York City mayor aims to fully vaccinate 5 million residents by June

"Says 90% of Americans should be eligible for the cove in 19 vaccine and about three weeks in New York City today, Mayor Bill de Blasio well on our way to the goal of five million adult New Yorkers fully vaccinated by June. A private

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About 130,000 New York City municipal workers have started vaccinations

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

About 130,000 New York City municipal workers have started vaccinations

"130,000 New York City employees have received the Corona virus vaccine Mayor Bill de Blasio's saying the city's focusing its efforts on vaccinating its workforce before they returned two officers on May 3rd de Blasio says The city is also planning for onside vaccination efforts where employees work. It comes as New York City administers more than um or than Four million doses of the Corona virus vaccine. That's a heck of a lot of dust. Absolutely does

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New York City Ends Qualified Immunity For Police Officers

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

New York City Ends Qualified Immunity For Police Officers

"Major city in the nation to end qualified immunity for police officers. The City Council has voted to allow for police to face civil lawsuits. Legislation created a new local civil right, protecting New Yorkers against unreasonable search and seizures and excessive force while banning the use of qualified immunity as a defense for certain civil rights violations. The legislation needs to be signed by Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York has launched a first

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I wish you could see this is Bill de Blasio, the worst The worst mayor in America. Okay, the worst mayor in the entire country he has. He has presided over the destruction of the Golden age of New York City, the largest wealthiest City and in America that the greatest concentration of culture and restaurants and everything else I said concentration. I didn't say the greatest, but there's the most stuff here, and it's ruined. People are fleeing. There's trash everywhere. Crime is up. People are depressed. Real estate is going on sold on rented businesses. They're fleeing. People are fleeing. It's a mess. And what is he doing? Yeah. I just want everybody to know that we're going to have this this program with a lot of minds dancing. And they're gonna be dancing all over because culture, you know, having people in in Like jumpsuits, looking like Teletubbies or something dancing around, you know, wiggling their behinds and doing a little list that well that you know, it's funky. Sort of Blasier wants you to know it's funky. Oh, my gosh. Brewster Mark. Did you see the video? Yes, I did. And my exaggerating the weirdness of it. It's just classic Bill de Blasio. Any time he speaks, It's like this guy, his big program for bringing the city back. Is that have city funded bad dance theater. You know, it's like that's not even though if he were going around, saying we're gonna have like Like, you know, Break dancer Troops go around to perform in public, I'd say all right, that's kind of cool. Actually, no, De Blasio finds a way to make this. It's just so bizarre. The whole thing is so weird. And this is what they're focusing on right now. I mean, it really does look like a bunch of minds. Who are who are stuck inside a box and the mayor of New York City as the minds air. Finding the edges of the box on video is saying, You know, we're gonna break the city back by having this program to bring culture. Our cultural community is the whole thing. Oh, my gosh. What we're seeing is really the destruction of The Democrat, this sort of the Democrat model of city City governance. That's what's happening now. Every can see it now that now that people realize It used to be. I think that your state and local government you would think of as Oh, You know, it's kind of bad everywhere doesn't make that much of a difference. And you just stay where you stay wherever you've got family. Now, people say, Hold on a second. You're telling me that I can live in a place with with lower taxes? Better government services more freedom, less progressivism. Left, well less woke nous. I could just do that like tomorrow if I want to. And, Yep, the answer is yes, and people are leaving. It's gonna be happening all across the country, and it's not going to stop because the pandemic what people have to remember is that California, California and New York Have certain things going for them. And now California's is amazing and beautiful and geographically, there's so much that it's such a lucky place in that regard. But you know, if you wanted to be the entertainment industry, you had to kind of be in l A or at least if you want to be the movie industry, you had to be in L. A And if you want to be in the big boy Cos of Silicon Valley, you know the big time Cos of sale of Silicon Valley. You had to be in the Bay Area of San Francisco and in New York for finance and for her honestly, for news media, there were a lot of careers where New York was the place. But now people are realizing that if you can work from wherever Why not live in a place you like more where your money goes further and where you.

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:40 min | 6 months ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"That helped him but he was able because he had a message in story. And a clarity of purpose and benefited from the failures of other candidates. Who were may be better positioned to win you know. He won without a lot of the traditional things we look at so i think that's not a great answer but i think i try to look more than just endorsements money in polling which are like the things you kind of like out of habit. Look to and really look like. Who's saying something clear that has a populist message and who has a personal story because that seems to matter more than ever in politics just quickly you just want to say. I think we just hit on two really important. Sort of cautionary aspects of what is facing us in journalism and also voters in looking back at bill de blasio. One is the vetting of candidates which again is is harder with bigger field but bill de blasio is probably not vetted as well as he could or should have been by by voters in the media. But it's also very hard to vet someone in certain ways for the position of mayor of new york city which there's almost nothing else like But how we assess personality types in managerial types in style of of these things you know the every candidates going to have a bunch of policy position papers out that will appeal to different people. But how do we really assess whether they could run the city. And then you know this idea that you just got it. Sally of people who are really speaking to the electorate and the electorate is really hearing in an interesting way that we might not be able to fully pick up on that might be even more challenging in the zoom era. Sorry we're going to you know. I mean that's i was just gonna add quickly that it's really feel disadvantage as a reporter. Not being able to talk to people on the street in the way that you know i would be where we not pandemic in the middle of winter and so hopefully that will become easier on policing wondering if those obviously going to be huge issue was in two thousand and thirteen the blasios kind of wrote it to to city hall and on that You know i'm. I'm curious what you think. My sense is that someone who is endorsing..

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on KOMO

"Bill de Blasio announcing a wave of reforms including pulling funds from the nation's largest police force I want to make a statement of principle right now that we will be moving funding from the NYPD to use initiatives and social services the acting head of the department of homeland security scoffed at cut back saying more money is needed for training it's an absurd assertion if you're concerned about needing to reform a different police departments or law enforcement agency you don't do that by slashing budgets it makes no sense to me I think it's a very political statement to make but it does not protect our communities at the end of the day it was mostly peaceful protests continue SABC's Zachary Kish reporting the officer filming on George voice neck for nearly nine minutes in Minneapolis is due in court today Derek shopping is charged with second degree murder in connection to Floyd's death schaffen ahead eighteen prior complaints filed against him with Minneapolis police department's internal affairs three other officers have also been charged the city council of Minneapolis wants to replace the current police department an effort to end the city's quote unquote toxic relationship with police companies times now for forty nine a fiery kits at county because nearly three million dollars in damage at a local store almost more Christopher reports rather scary moment at a Walmart store near the Bremerton area along state route three oh three early Saturday when some three hundred people were in the store at the time shopping investigators asking for the public's help in identifying a suspected arsonist who they say set fire to the children's clothing area inside that store shares officials say the suspect entered the store wearing dark clothing change clothes after the fire and rode away on a bicycle the sprinkler system was set off an employees took quick action to try and limit the spread of the flames the sheriff's office saying if anybody knows any information about the suspect or his whereabouts.

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Bill de Blasio the mayor of New York City quick always to go with protesters notices something different about this cut twenty two some protesters last night came with an agenda of violence and incitement and they meant to harm police officers and they did harm police officers they meant to attack police vehicles and they did they meant to attack police precincts and that is all purely unacceptable does not reflect our values we will not accept that look if you're not gonna get on this show me making any excuses for law enforcement today on this pro law enforcement any host in the country and that's why you have to point out bad behavior when you see it my goodness they want to lump all law enforcement with the horrific behavior at the Minneapolis police not all of them but what I saw I just saw a reporter we'll solve this by now I hope a black reporter and CNN on their morning show on Friday get arrested live on the air as if he is a threat to peace with ball with buildings burning around them they go ahead and call off this guy take his microphone later said they didn't know was a member of the media do you think we're stupid on the whole train these people and now we will pay the price in all the cities excuse given for anti American behavior not the I have a problem with inequity of racial behavior I'm not that I have a problem law enforcement behavior I believe a lot of this is anti American behavior when we come back and we'll be joined by Dan Bongino secret service sixty hurt over the weekend trying to protect the White House Kelis cops are hurt four shocked four people are dead named Jim Hanson he's going to go inside the antique organization one expert writes in his book the when I could find written in twenty seventeen it is not true that entity pays one had one group it's more of an ideology without a leadership man they seem to be coordinated they seem to have a quick reaction team they seem to almost be trained I find it hard to believe there isn't unless they all have a knack for destruction and they're all young eighteen to thirty which is scary for the future of this country got a busy day I want to hear from you too I know you have a lot to say first it was mostly a locked up for this pandemic in these governors sitting on their hands rather than opening up their cities one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine don't move please Brian Kilmeade.

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

16:35 min | 1 year ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on The Editors

"So Charlie Build Blasio that in the news this week with the tweet warning the Jewish community and other communities but especially the Jewish community that They had fair warnings and now they and NYPD is GonNa come and get him summons and arrest them if they continue to have the gatherings higher than recommended the proximate cause of this tweet was a civic civic funeral and Brooklyn. What do you make of it? Are you GonNa? It's an odd tweet. I think it was oddly. Phrased the presumptions odd from what I understand. That funeral was given permission to go ahead. And those that broke. The rules were knowledged and indeed apologize full by its organizes. I am not one who likes to throw words around. Big Anti Semite Racist. Let's people exist. They do it is of course a hideous thing that there are some among us who hate other space on their immutable characteristics. But I don't think biolog- that your average person in America hobbies hatred towards his fellow man and I think build a buzzy does either. I do think that he ought to rethink how he communicates especially given world history in this area and I think that there's a certain double standard here. I did wonder when I saw that. Tweet how long it would have taken had say. Donald Trump tweeted it to see the mushroom clouds on the horizon. We would probably have talked about nothing else for days but that would have been because the press and the Democratic Party would have overreacted. And I don't want to overreact here against Bill de Blasio. What I do want to do is to bury bill de Blasio as an effective public official. He's not one. He's a poor mayor. He's a poor communicator. He's not strong thinker. He hasn't handled this well. And it seems to me that if bill de Blasio the mayor of different city if he were the mayor of say. Houston all boise or Jacksonville. He would be pilloried day in day out and all sorts of conclusions would be drawn about his leadership. He is the worst. Man Yorkers had for a long time he showed signs of being that right from the beginning I think it was in the first few months of his first administration that he royally screwed up the snow plowing in the streets. Much to the Chagrin of New Yorkers. He is not up to this task and I think rather than sharing anything particularly sinister rather than implying. That de Blasio is an anti Semite or a racist or a bigot. Which I don't think he is. I think this shows that he's out of his depth and he doesn't know how to address people in what is a crisis. Unfortunately we have too much of that at all levels at the moment so I think there's something a little odd here that there's almost a hidden mental distinction that people like to Blasi. Oh Meek Me This is. This is my own form of of paranoia but some of the background. An anger is that you know New York City has about one over million Jewish people living in it. This funeral that was broken. Up was on a a more ultra-orthodox group And forgive me if I don't use the correct terminology. At every step along the way and characterizing them but These members of these ultra Orthodox groups especially in Brooklyn have been subject in New York City to a lot of random street violence It'S ACTUALLY NOT RANDOM. It's their targeted by You know often of members of other racial minorities in the city who don't like choose or who don't like the way. Jewish businesses operate in Brooklyn. Or the way you know heavily. Jewish apartment blocks are operated. I don't know but there's been a simmering anger at de Blasio for not calling this out and dealing with it effectively And it's very sensitive. I think the Distinction de Blasio makes with ultra-orthodox Jews. And I think it's one that's that's held in other incidents is that well there are Jews and you know the people that populate even the Dubois Zeo Administration in in the mayoralty that are secular. And then there's this other group that is cordoned off as kind of ultra religious freaks. Whose behavior is in some way unaccountable. Or you know. Somehow those people deserve what they get and So I don't think when he was formulating that tweet he was thinking about you. Know Jews writ large but I think he was thinking in the smaller category of you know people who live differently In New York City live in a way. That's visibly a noticeably different in New York City And that are you know. Kind of a constant source of negotiation with police and with You know various bodies the administration so I think something like was informing this event and But it was an ugly thing to tweet and deserves pretty much all the criticism. He's getting for it It was thoughtless and it's also just disrespectful because this this group did try to organize with police For their funeral and In the police allowed the situation to get out of hand the fact that NYPD doesn't respect bill de Blasio is not new. That's been true since he was elected in fact they actively loathe him and so probably didn't feel like imposing his edicts on Some very well behaved members of the community in general so it was a totally avoidable incident But blasi deserves just about everything. That's happening to him. Charlie Cook exit to you and sheer political terms who has fared worse in the Krona Virus Crisis Bill De Blasio or Donald Trump Belda blasios probably but trump may may pay greater price for it in that trump is running for president in a few months. Bill De Blasio was already done med. I'm I mean the trump because I think he I think trump is rapidly heading towards I think he's almost heading towards lame duck status In that the administration has been slow on so many sectors of this crisis has promised so many things that have just not materialized. I mean remember the promise of testing centers outside of every Walmart and target This was a promise made in the White House lawn and just disappeared as vaporware and it seems like more little crises are going to happen including meat shortages. And I just don't think a president can get reelected when basic necessities are rationed and And there are shortages. So I'M GONNA say trump agree that the trump having a bad and political terms crisis more consequential stakes are higher For him I think de Blasios had worst one. I mean. He's been at. The very epicenter of this was late at every single. Turn and then has also overreacted. Then and absurd ways. I have sympathy shutting down the schools telling people. Subways aren't safe. Those really hard things to do and things that I think anyone is certain level would hesitate to do but he got those calls wrong but trump clearly has been hurt. There is at rally around the flag period where it wasn't a huge rally around the flag but a notable rally round the flag fact whereas approval rating was up. He's giving back those gains and some more Just because the response was late Initially and he's been shooting himself in the foot At press briefings. And it's just a a major red flashing light when you're the president United States during crisis and people think your opponent would be better suited to handle that crisis and especially when you're ponant is Joe Biden Sitting as basement impressing no-one otherwise so let's pause and let me do a quick and our plus plug got. Sign up for our plus. There is metered paywall at National Review Dot Com. It's annoying it's in your face. 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It's been growing by leaps and bounds. You don't WanNa miss out. Go check out. The great deals and sign up. So Michael has been a while since we've talked about Russia gate related things but we're now and in the phase where we're having revelations important revelations about what was going on behind the scenes and we've had several over the last week having to do with. Michael Flynn case has special. A WE saw yesterday recording. Thursday afternoon these notes from an FBI. Agent strategizing About the the Flynn interview. They're going to undertake after his phone. Call with Russian ambassador. Kislyak where he says Goal here you WanNa get the truth slash And mission or do we want to try to get him to lie so we can charge him or get him fired. And there's been indications that that just wasn't a much of a product yet for an investigation here obviously the Logan Act which hasn't been seriously some something like eighteen fifty two completely absurd and it seems. There's a chance that Astonishingly given that. Flynn actually pled guilty to lying to the FBI that his his Plea could be given back to him. And the Justice Department light withdraw this case what he make they should withdraw the case I think the note I think. Some people in our sphere. Maybe over exaggerating the contents of that note. Which was obviously you know. Leaked to in no favourable people in the media in order to prepare us for either a change in flint status or for some kind of pardon Which by the way I think he deserves. I mean I'm not the biggest. Flynn Fan on Earth. But the note in question gives us a glimpse into precisely what Charlie Cook Has Been Warning about since the beginning of this investigation that there's a sense in which Federal Investigations are opened up and the whole point becomes not the substance of an investigation but attempts to get the subjects of them to trip up in an interview and then charge them with obstruction or perjury at some point And that this is not just a waste but this is unjust and You know we're seeing it that note reflects I don't think it reflects the author of the notes intention to do these things but in it certainly reflects his suspicion that other colleagues do intend something like this and he's raising question to we you know. What is the goal here and The the the goal of an investigation should be to get to the truth and to punish a wrongdoer for doing wrong not for eating its own tail So yeah I mean I look forward to more more leaks like this coming out. I mean I even thought that one previously showing that intelligence sources knew that the steele dossier contain Russian. Disinformation I thought that was also telling it was exactly what I expected to happen But I'm glad that the truth is getting out that you know. This country was a portion of it was sentenced these paroxysms of paranoia that a foreign government had somehow compromise the president and other members of his administration. And now we're finding out that you know. This case was mostly. People projecting their own shadows and suspicions onto the wall. And and that was just about it. Kelly Cook I think if the charitable interpretation of that note is correct new. May well be then. It's a disgrace. Interpretation of that note is correct. Then it's sufficient cause for the abolition of the FBI and possibly for a revelation. I do not..

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

16:35 min | 1 year ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on The Editors

"So Charlie Build Blasio that in the news this week with the tweet warning the Jewish community and other communities but especially the Jewish community that They had fair warnings and now they and NYPD is GonNa come and get him summons and arrest them if they continue to have the gatherings higher than recommended the proximate cause of this tweet was a civic civic funeral and Brooklyn. What do you make of it? Are you GonNa? It's an odd tweet. I think it was oddly. Phrased the presumptions odd from what I understand. That funeral was given permission to go ahead. And those that broke. The rules were knowledged and indeed apologize full by its organizes. I am not one who likes to throw words around. Big Anti Semite Racist. Let's people exist. They do it is of course a hideous thing that there are some among us who hate other space on their immutable characteristics. But I don't think biolog- that your average person in America hobbies hatred towards his fellow man and I think build a buzzy does either. I do think that he ought to rethink how he communicates especially given world history in this area and I think that there's a certain double standard here. I did wonder when I saw that. Tweet how long it would have taken had say. Donald Trump tweeted it to see the mushroom clouds on the horizon. We would probably have talked about nothing else for days but that would have been because the press and the Democratic Party would have overreacted. And I don't want to overreact here against Bill de Blasio. What I do want to do is to bury bill de Blasio as an effective public official. He's not one. He's a poor mayor. He's a poor communicator. He's not strong thinker. He hasn't handled this well. And it seems to me that if bill de Blasio the mayor of different city if he were the mayor of say. Houston all boise or Jacksonville. He would be pilloried day in day out and all sorts of conclusions would be drawn about his leadership. He is the worst. Man Yorkers had for a long time he showed signs of being that right from the beginning I think it was in the first few months of his first administration that he royally screwed up the snow plowing in the streets. Much to the Chagrin of New Yorkers. He is not up to this task and I think rather than sharing anything particularly sinister rather than implying. That de Blasio is an anti Semite or a racist or a bigot. Which I don't think he is. I think this shows that he's out of his depth and he doesn't know how to address people in what is a crisis. Unfortunately we have too much of that at all levels at the moment so I think there's something a little odd here that there's almost a hidden mental distinction that people like to Blasi. Oh Meek Me This is. This is my own form of of paranoia but some of the background. An anger is that you know New York City has about one over million Jewish people living in it. This funeral that was broken. Up was on a a more ultra-orthodox group And forgive me if I don't use the correct terminology. At every step along the way and characterizing them but These members of these ultra Orthodox groups especially in Brooklyn have been subject in New York City to a lot of random street violence It'S ACTUALLY NOT RANDOM. It's their targeted by You know often of members of other racial minorities in the city who don't like choose or who don't like the way. Jewish businesses operate in Brooklyn. Or the way you know heavily. Jewish apartment blocks are operated. I don't know but there's been a simmering anger at de Blasio for not calling this out and dealing with it effectively And it's very sensitive. I think the Distinction de Blasio makes with ultra-orthodox Jews. And I think it's one that's that's held in other incidents is that well there are Jews and you know the people that populate even the Dubois Zeo Administration in in the mayoralty that are secular. And then there's this other group that is cordoned off as kind of ultra religious freaks. Whose behavior is in some way unaccountable. Or you know. Somehow those people deserve what they get and So I don't think when he was formulating that tweet he was thinking about you. Know Jews writ large but I think he was thinking in the smaller category of you know people who live differently In New York City live in a way. That's visibly a noticeably different in New York City And that are you know. Kind of a constant source of negotiation with police and with You know various bodies the administration so I think something like was informing this event and But it was an ugly thing to tweet and deserves pretty much all the criticism. He's getting for it It was thoughtless and it's also just disrespectful because this this group did try to organize with police For their funeral and In the police allowed the situation to get out of hand the fact that NYPD doesn't respect bill de Blasio is not new. That's been true since he was elected in fact they actively loathe him and so probably didn't feel like imposing his edicts on Some very well behaved members of the community in general so it was a totally avoidable incident But blasi deserves just about everything. That's happening to him. Charlie Cook exit to you and sheer political terms who has fared worse in the Krona Virus Crisis Bill De Blasio or Donald Trump Belda blasios probably but trump may may pay greater price for it in that trump is running for president in a few months. Bill De Blasio was already done med. I'm I mean the trump because I think he I think trump is rapidly heading towards I think he's almost heading towards lame duck status In that the administration has been slow on so many sectors of this crisis has promised so many things that have just not materialized. I mean remember the promise of testing centers outside of every Walmart and target This was a promise made in the White House lawn and just disappeared as vaporware and it seems like more little crises are going to happen including meat shortages. And I just don't think a president can get reelected when basic necessities are rationed and And there are shortages. So I'M GONNA say trump agree that the trump having a bad and political terms crisis more consequential stakes are higher For him I think de Blasios had worst one. I mean. He's been at. The very epicenter of this was late at every single. Turn and then has also overreacted. Then and absurd ways. I have sympathy shutting down the schools telling people. Subways aren't safe. Those really hard things to do and things that I think anyone is certain level would hesitate to do but he got those calls wrong but trump clearly has been hurt. There is at rally around the flag period where it wasn't a huge rally around the flag but a notable rally round the flag fact whereas approval rating was up. He's giving back those gains and some more Just because the response was late Initially and he's been shooting himself in the foot At press briefings. And it's just a a major red flashing light when you're the president United States during crisis and people think your opponent would be better suited to handle that crisis and especially when you're ponant is Joe Biden Sitting as basement impressing no-one otherwise so let's pause and let me do a quick and our plus plug got. Sign up for our plus. There is metered paywall at National Review Dot Com. It's annoying it's in your face. Increasingly more and more pieces are behind it including Some of our best content the easiest and most sure way to not have to deal with the meter paywall is just to go sign up for an are plus is not going to cost you an arm and leg. We got all sorts of great deals running at any given time. Go and check them out on the website. You sign up not only and not have to deal with pay. Walls see fewer ads yet the ability to comment if you want to on articles and corner posts. There's quite a robust commenting community. You can be our private facebook group. If that floats your boat you can also be part of exclusive calls with various conservative newsmakers. Couple of weeks ago we had Larry Cudlow From the White House our best attended call ever end. When the era of social distancing ends and we have a live events again you can be invited to hang out with our editors and writers and share a couple of years around the country. So please check it out and our plus. It's been growing by leaps and bounds. You don't WanNa miss out. Go check out. The great deals and sign up. So Michael has been a while since we've talked about Russia gate related things but we're now and in the phase where we're having revelations important revelations about what was going on behind the scenes and we've had several over the last week having to do with. Michael Flynn case has special. A WE saw yesterday recording. Thursday afternoon these notes from an FBI. Agent strategizing About the the Flynn interview. They're going to undertake after his phone. Call with Russian ambassador. Kislyak where he says Goal here you WanNa get the truth slash And mission or do we want to try to get him to lie so we can charge him or get him fired. And there's been indications that that just wasn't a much of a product yet for an investigation here obviously the Logan Act which hasn't been seriously some something like eighteen fifty two completely absurd and it seems. There's a chance that Astonishingly given that. Flynn actually pled guilty to lying to the FBI that his his Plea could be given back to him. And the Justice Department light withdraw this case what he make they should withdraw the case I think the note I think. Some people in our sphere. Maybe over exaggerating the contents of that note. Which was obviously you know. Leaked to in no favourable people in the media in order to prepare us for either a change in flint status or for some kind of pardon Which by the way I think he deserves. I mean I'm not the biggest. Flynn Fan on Earth. But the note in question gives us a glimpse into precisely what Charlie Cook Has Been Warning about since the beginning of this investigation that there's a sense in which Federal Investigations are opened up and the whole point becomes not the substance of an investigation but attempts to get the subjects of them to trip up in an interview and then charge them with obstruction or perjury at some point And that this is not just a waste but this is unjust and You know we're seeing it that note reflects I don't think it reflects the author of the notes intention to do these things but in it certainly reflects his suspicion that other colleagues do intend something like this and he's raising question to we you know. What is the goal here and The the the goal of an investigation should be to get to the truth and to punish a wrongdoer for doing wrong not for eating its own tail So yeah I mean I look forward to more more leaks like this coming out. I mean I even thought that one previously showing that intelligence sources knew that the steele dossier contain Russian. Disinformation I thought that was also telling it was exactly what I expected to happen But I'm glad that the truth is getting out that you know. This country was a portion of it was sentenced these paroxysms of paranoia that a foreign government had somehow compromise the president and other members of his administration. And now we're finding out that you know. This case was mostly. People projecting their own shadows and suspicions onto the wall. And and that was just about it. Kelly Cook I think if the charitable interpretation of that note is correct new. May well be then. It's a disgrace. Interpretation of that note is correct. Then it's sufficient cause for the abolition of the FBI and possibly for a revelation. I do not..

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Answer bad enough. That people get food delivered from a strip club. Because here's something I never thought I'd here. Let's be safe tonight. An order in shrimp from the titty bar new rule if we still have to visit grandma what we're not allowed to touch her or even go inside. She has to put her tits on the glass blowing at home now but give it another month. Nurul people must stop pretending sphynx cats cute. It looked like golly made out of a ball sack. I don't know whether I'm supposed to pet it or ask you to tell me a riddle. All I know is keep that fucking thing away from me when giving the line. Now that Bernie's dropped out and the Hashtag Never Biden. Never trump is trending on twitter. Someone must invent a way for me to bitch slap people. Virtually I would do it in person but I can't leave the house and finally new rule. You can't yell at someone for breaking a rule you just made up scientists yes. Scientists are generally pretty liberal have been naming diseases after the places. They came from for a very long time. Zeka is from the Zeke. Afforest a bola from the Abol River Hanta virus the Han River there's the West Nile virus and Guinea Worm and Rocky Mountain spotted fever and of course the Spanish flu murders stands for Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome. It's plastered all over airports and no one blogs about it. So why should China get a pass? Congressman Ted Lieu tweeted. The virus is not constrained by country or race. Be just as stupid to call it. The Milan virus. No that would be way stupid because it didn't come from a long and if it did I guarantee we'd be calling at the Milan virus. Jesus fucking Christ. Can't we have a pandemic without getting offended when they named lime disease after a town in Connecticut the locals didn't get all ticked off a take ticked off seriously? It scares me that there are people out there who would rather die from the virus. Call it by the wrong name. This isn't about vilifying culture this about facts. It's about life and death. We're barely four months into this. Pandemic and the wet markets in China. The ones where exotic animals are sold and consumed are already starting to reopen the PC. Police say it's racist to attack any cultural practice that's different than our own. I say liberalism lost. Its way when it started thinking like that and pretended that forcing a woman to wear. This was just a different way. Instead of an abhorrence. Human rights violation. It's not racist to point out that eating bats is bat shit crazy in two thousand and seven. Researchers at the University of Hong Kong wrote the presence of large reservoir or SAR absorbs C. O. V. Like viruses in Horseshoe bats together with the culture of eating exotic animals in southern. China is a time bomb. Doctor says we should force a global closure of the wet markets because the current crisis is a quote direct result of them on Monday the UN's acting head of bio-diversity said the same thing so when someone says what if people here Chinese virus and blame China the answer is we should blame. China Chinese Americans. But we can't stop telling the truth because racist. Get the wrong idea. They're always going to be idiots out there who want to indulge their prejudices but this is an emergency. Don't we have bigger tainted fish to FRY? She says if the sun was exploding twitter would pile on the first guy who called it a dwarf star. Sorry Americans were going to have to ask you to keep to ideas in your head at the same time. This has nothing to do with Asian Americans and it has everything to do with China. We can't afford the luxury anymore of non judging this towards a country with habits that kill millions of people everywhere. Because this isn't the first time. Sars came from China and the bird flu and the Hong Kong flu the Asian flu virus come from China like shortstops come from the Dominican Republic. If they were selling nuclear suitcases at these wet markets would we be so non-judgmental and isn't this pretty close to what they are selling and the next one could be even worse if the Chinese military had purposefully infected this country with corona as a bioweapon. We'd be at war with them we're always griping about how China manipulates their currency. Well I'm no monetary expert. I think you would agree. This one hurt our economy a little more than the currency manipulation and China can do this. China ones built a fifty seven story skyscraper in Nineteen Days. There's been a pothole my street for nineteen years. They're not like us. They can actually get shit done. This dictatorship for decades enforced a one child per family policy under penalty of forced sterilization. But you can't close down the farmer's market from Hell. They need to use that iron fist. And pound it down like the whole world depends on it because it kind of does and I hope that if someone told Americans that eating hot pockets could cause a worldwide pandemic that we would have the good sense to stop doing it. Although I wouldn't bet on it. Okay that's our show. You were a great audience. I want to thank my guest. Bill de Blasio Al Gore in Bremmer and Nikki. Glaser and we will be back next week from my backyard. Thank you folks Joel. New episodes of real time with Bill Maher every Friday night at ten or watch them anytime on each B O on demand for more information log on. Hbo Dot Com..

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"It's letting up and finally we want to give good wishes to Boris. Johnson is one of the people who we know has the current virus but he's out of the EC ICU. And he's doing better there in Great Britain but until he returns to work right. Britain is without a leader. Join the club all right. We got a great show. We have Mayor Bill De Blasio Al Gore in Bremmer and Nikki Glaser. That's pretty fucking good. My backyard and right now. I spoke one on one yesterday. Just let's go to the first interview. Thank you for coming well. My first guest is the mayor of New York City. When of course the hardest hit in this crisis if you want to help new NYC dot gov slash help now is where viewers can do that to help the people in New York. Please welcome the honorable bill de Blasio. Great to see you Mr Mayor. I know you are a busy like you never have been before so I'll get right to it Is it fair to say that things are looking a bit up in that hospitalizations are declining? And maybe leveling off very soon. I'd be a little more cautious than that. Bill I'd say hospitalizations were growing intensely. They're growing less. The use of ventilators was getting sky-high growth each day it's actually slowed but we're still seeing more cases each day of course than the day before. So what is a positive sign really important? Bill is that New Yorkers you know New Yorkers real well they would have probably been the the least likely to socially distance of any people in the United States of America. But what we've seen is amazing compliance amazing Support for this idea because it is life saving so folks in the city even though it's been really tough it's been emotionally tough. It's been logistically tough to figure out how to socially distance in the most crowded place in the country but people are doing it. They're doing it very well. They're sheltering place they're really staying inside to a remarkable degree the NYPD has been out to do enforcement but they really haven't had to do a lot of tough enforcement. They've sometimes had to warn people. Remind them but people are actually following. The rules are the real heroes. I mean the healthcare workers heroes the first responders heroes but there's also a truth that the people in New York City are heroes in this crisis. Because we ask them to do something almost unimaginable. You know eight point. Six million people kind of in unison. Pull off this shelter in place and social distancing to remarkable degree. They're doing it. And that's why our healthcare leadership believes that. Somebody's numbers are slowing down now. We found out this week that there was a tremendous racial disparity in the way the virus affects people. Why in your is that that it Adversely affects minorities. So we saw a real disparity here and the disparity and other cities in the country has been in other states has been even worse and I think it comes back to painful truth about America that healthcare in America for generations has been based on. How much money you make. And let's face it for most people of color they'd been on the short end of the economic stick and then add to it the reality of immigration and what's happened to immigrants in recent years in this country and I think this is an area where the way immigrants have been under attack has really been a piece of this unfortunate painful reality because bill. A lot of immigrants started staying away from healthcare staying away from hospital. Stay away from all sorts of places. They could go for help because they feared particularly undocumented. Folks feared exposure feared the possibility of being deported. So what we're seeing is hitting Latino community hardest hitting the black community hard I think that is that immigration pieces a piece of it. I think the the underlying core piece is decades generations of people not getting enough healthcare. Folks will conditions like asthma. If you're in a.

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Mayor and presidential candidate bill de blasio for the latest installment of our series interviewing all the democratic presidential candidates. We talked about why he's staying in the race the work he's done in new york city the ill-fated amazon deal his progressive record and why the mayor of new york. He's still a red sox fan we had a it was a fascinating conversation. He's very tall jacket helped <music>. He's a democratic candidate for president and the mayor of new york city bill de blasio. Welcome back to the pod. Thank you john. You were a guest when we were in brooklyn he was was. I believe our very first live show. It was very cool. We had no idea what we were doing. We know that we needed to have chairs in advance that there wasn't going to be in charge of chairs. The chairpersons chairpersons very important <hes> we professionalize now here in our studio thank you you've. You've seen us from the very beginning. Now you're here. You're running the biggest city in the country. You you can start every day with an edible bagel. You're the first democratic mayor the first democratic mayor to be reelected in new york city since ed koch more than thirty years ago in a little over a year into your second term you decide to run for president yup why because the country is just not working for people. I mean you look it became clear and clear to me. Even though we've been able make big changes in new york that we can't make the changes we need for people all over this country without without very very different approach in washington. America is not working for working people. That's just the bottom line. The the government at this point is captive to the one percent can't and to change it is not just a matter of having good ideas. Good ideas are crucial. Good policy positions are crucial but understanding how to actually actually make big changes and fight the opposition that comes with that. That's why i've been doing for six years in what i think we would. All agree is one of the toughest environments armaments in the country and it works by the approach. I've taken is progressive. Bold sharp not half-measures. I said we're gonna pre-k for all our kids we did that. I said we were going to give people paid sick leave. Who didn't have it we did. I said that folks don't have health. Insurance should have a guarantee of healthcare. We're doing that right now. In new york doesn't have health insurance will have access to a primary care doctor at our public hospitals and clinics..

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on Here & Now

"We ended stop and frisk the way it was being used. Did you end you completely because i thought some people were critical at the this is the windows but theory that <hes> you know if you check on things as little as a broken window or stop and frisk. It'll get rid of a <hes> even more serious crime but do you feel that <hes> you have stopped that enough. <hes> some of your critics say no stop and frisk frisk as a strategy we there's very few stops now and they're only done when there's a specific rash now which is the only appropriate use of stop and frisk. It's a night and day. It's over ninety percent reduction and it has fundamentally changed reality the relationship between police and community. I wanna there was another moment and it involved involved police as well of a very powerful emotional moment in the c._n._n. Townhall when you were asked about the recent spike in police suicides in new york it's happening in other cities too is terrible and <hes> an officer asked. How can you improve mental health for the military when it's so obviously bad among the police police force you add some answers for that and i i want to hear from you but you also explain why this is something that hits home to you that your own father <hes> world world war two veteran so is mine killed himself took his life when you were just eighteen. This is not something you are unaware of no no and and robin so you probably know from your own experience. I mean the the folks come back from war. Come back carrying a plot the my dad's case it was p._t._s._d. He'd been one of the worst battles in history on okinawa and lost half a leg into a grenade and the emotional toll. I saw it as a young child. It got worse each year. He would push away help and then he was gone and he he might a lived if he could just accept the help and we've got today in america were losing folks folks who have served us because they still feel like there's something there's some shame in asking for help. We all have to fix that. The government has to fix it with making mental health care the justice accessible as physical health care but we all have to speak up and say there's a mental health challenge. There is nothing wrong with it. Just come forward and let's get the help people indeed it's their mayor de blasio as i watched you speak so passionately about this <hes> and powerfully in the c._n._n. Townhall aw i found myself thinking what happened here because as you will know <hes> you know you had an upset win in new york your family mixed race ace was there was a feeling especially in the obama era of forward movement and yet it feels feels like some air one out of that tire and then we came across the new york times article hell bill de blasio went from progressive hope to punching bag and it you talked about how you didn't seem to come across new yorkers as liking the city and that there was some sort of momentum that was lost. What do you think what happened to that energy well. I i'm gonna just tell you a different story. I think there's a difference between sort of the the public discourse and then what people are actually living. I have young people come up to me all the time <hes> young men of color and say thank thank you. I'm not stopped all the time by police..

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on 1A

"We're dealing with this standoff with china and and tariffs clearly. The markets are worried about a recession right now. Economists say some economists say there's a one in three chance that recession will happen in the next year before for the election suppose you become a recession era president. Give me your top priorities your one or two plans for digging the economy out <hes> let's borrow from franklin delano roosevelt who was a depression era president a huge national infrastructure plan repeal the trump tax cut for the wealthy the inc's take those resources and apply them to a massive infrastructure plan including <hes> the green new deal and focus on and rebuilding the american economy putting people to work putting ourselves on a sustainable economic path right now this country between the the infrastructure problems and the lack of resiliency policy policy and no real policy to address climate change the those are the long-term deep deep threats to our economy. If we actually start addressing that stuff it would create a huge number of jobs was reinvigorate our economy and prepares for the future last question. This may sound like kind of a weird question but do you really want to leave new york. You're the mayor of new york man you. I really want to come to the swamp and half the work. Drain it well. The swamp needs some draining joshua and look. I had to take over new york city and change a lot of things very very quickly on really tough issues take on a lot opposition from very powerful interests to do it and that's the kind of experience that's actually literally what we need right right now to fix washington and make this a nation that actually focuses on working people again so yeah. I wanna do that and i think look. This is called the second toughest this job in america historically having done this. I feel ready to do what i need to do to change this country for new yorkers for everyone and make it a place that puts working people. I am pleased again to your listeners to build blasi. Dot com helped me stay on that debate stage. He is the mayor of new york and a candidate for the democratic nomination. Mayor bill de blasio mr mayor. We really appreciate shoot your time sir. Thanks for talking to us. Thank you joshua. Today's conversation was produced by page osborne

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on 1A

"Listen and subscribe now. This is one a. Hey i'm joshua johnson. We're speaking to mayor bill de blasio of new york about his run for president. I should note that a number of our listeners have asked us questions about the nature of your your campaign and its viability. We know that the standard for making the debate september is going to be tougher for making the debates last month. There has been a quinnipiac poll. All that showed that i believe it was one out of five new yorkers support your run for president and we got a lot of questions about just the viability of your campaign in this gigantic field that could change inge by the time we're off the air wicked cellist tweeted what is he thinks he's adding to the conversation. I see candidates who have the attention to win. I see candidates who have talking talking points. They want heard on a national stage and then i see a bunch of people who are neither what is he accomplishing here well first of all joshua. I'm someone someone who has been an underdog in every race. I've been in including the one from new york city so i think people should never assume six months before anyone votes you literally the first vote tonight where almost six months away no-show sooner this is going. We're in a time where everything's unpredictable. Everything is changing in the politics. This country and things can change very rapidly second second. I'm someone who you talk about the response in new yorkers while they elected me with seventy three percent of the vote and then a year and a half. They reelected me with sixty seven percent of the vote. That's what ultimately matters matters when you're judged by the voters and what am i contributing look i. I'm talking about the direction that our country and our party needs to go and when i say working people first in both debate date i pushed very hard for a pro working person vision troll labor position that honestly a lot of the candidates were not focused on and i pushed in my <hes> fellow democrats to recognize for example democrats cannot be party to a new nafta treaty and a lot of them actually are thinking of doing that and that's going to totally the anger and undermine so many working people particularly in the industrial midwest that can't happen. Democrats need to stand up for labor unions. They have not been doing it. Sufficiently democrats doc rats have to be really clear that private health insurance is not something to celebrate. It's something we need to move past ultimately with universal health care you know what there are relatively few voices on these stages that are giving a clear sharp progressive message about working people and i'm going to ask your listeners to help me keep doing that because you're right about the debate standards anyone who believes that what i'm saying is important to this discourse. Please go to build a blasios dot com donate at least one dollar the way you get into these debates rates going forward is through those grassroots donations and joshua the qualifications for september and then october are exactly the same so i'm gonna keep working hard to qualify for both those debates because i really do think i'm presenting a vision that we need in this part in this country and it's based on actually doing the work and achieving bring it and i also believe that nothing you know the the phrase i like is the future is unwritten which i will credit to joe drummer. No one knows where this election is is going and the things i'm talking about actually resonate deeply with working people all over this country and is worth noting that the just for everyone's reference the standard for the debates next month is the candidates must have have one hundred thirty thousand individual donors and hit at least two percent support in four different polls also worth noting that around this point in the tw- twenty sixteen sixteen election cycle the very top front runner for the republican nomination was jeb bush and the bottom candidate was donald trump before we go a few more questions. <hes> let me ask you just a quick foreign policy question..

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on 1A

"This is one a. I'm joshua johnson in washington. The president is america's chief executive and few government jobs built executive experience like being the mayor of new york. The city has about a half half million employees more than eight million residents and a budget of nearly ninety three billion dollars running at teaches you a lot about leading a major enterprise is quite different than another new york institution. The trump organization mayor bill de blasio hopes to make the case that he is the right executive to replace donald donald trump in the white house. How is he making that case to democratic voters and what do you want to know mayor. Bill de blasio joins us from n._p._r. New york mr mayor welcome lcm to one a. Thanks very much josh. Let's start with the same question we begin with for all of our candidates. Why should the american people elect you. President joshua think you gave the context in the beginning. Look i run the nation's largest city. I have the largest school system in the country. The largest police force in the country and my job every day is to help point six million people the most diverse place on earth to make sure that people get along and coexist positively way to have a strong social fabric look. What does america need right now. We need a government that will actually try to create a more positive inclusive society see. That's what i've been doing. In new york. We need a government that will be on the side of working people and it hasn't been for a long time too often. What's been obvious is the federal government is on the aside of the one percent and here new york. We've done the exact opposite. We've focused on addressing inequality. We focused on putting money back in the hands of working working people with things like pre k. for every child for.

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"What next is supported by Charles Schwab. What is Schwab's modern approach to investing? It's great service. It's transparency about how much you're paying fees and commissions. It's offering some of the lowest costs in the industry backed by satisfaction guarantee. If you're not satisfied for any reason the refund the fees and work with you to make things right. So ask yourself, are you getting low costs and award winning service? If not maybe it's time to call Schwab, visit Schwab dot com forward slash comparis-. To learn more. So how many how many people are running for president now? Is he twenty four or twenty three or twenty four who can keep track Henry Gruber rights for slate, but more importantly, he's a New Yorker? That's why I dragged him into the studio to try to make the best argument for why. Our mayor Bill de Blasio should be running for president. It's like it's like one of those premium cable channels packages where you're, you're never going to watch those other things they've been throwing in there and you're like, oh, channel forty four that a Blasio channel did I, I watching this last night when I came home from the party, okay, here's my best argument? He's tall like, that's it. He's like, really tall. He will tower over anyone in a debate pretty much in less James Komi runs. And like the tallest guy usually wins. Right. Donald Trump was probably the tallest guy running for president twenty sixteen. Right. That's what I'm saying. The data supports your hypothesis. Bill Blasios was a dark horse candidate when you ran for mayor back in twenty thirteen his platform was uncompromisingly liberal, and his family helped him craft his image, his wife and kids are black. And they argued to Blasios serious about reining in police abuse after a couple of other top tier candidates, flamed out. He won. And yeah. Bill de Blasio is really tall. Like six foot five. It's part of what can make him seem a little goofy. Okay. But, but seriously, we have to put our we have to lay our cards on the table, which is that we're New Yorkers. And so, we're biased. Because we've had to deal with the mayor's you know, foibles foibles, small time scandals like, you know, killing the groundhog and showing up, late everywhere and driving the giant about the ground dog. He literally picked up a groundhog on groundhog's day in Staten Island dropped it, and it died. It died, and there was a bit of a cover up which which, which not he had nothing to do with the cover up, but there was nevertheless, a cover up. What I'm saying is, these are not issues. And in fact, many, many New York City issues on which we find a Blasios lacking or not issues that will be germane to voters in Iowa or New Hampshire or voters anywhere who are thinking about the presidential race. So to be serious for a moment. The argument to Blasios for president, I think there are many more ridiculous. Small-time podunk candidates with fewer ideas and less experience were running for president right now to Blasios has as many constituents as Corey Booker does a Senator or Jay Inslee does governor and he's always seemed more interested in these big picture social contract ideas, education wages, public health. Henry sounds almost wistful when he talks about Bill de Blasio doesn't he it almost feels like mayor was just the wrong job for him from the start. I mean de Blasios hometown papers each and every one of them came very close. If not openly mocked him, right? I feel like the barrage of criticism is almost turning me into a de Blasio. Stan, I'm defending him a little bit. Today on the show. Is there any possible case to be made for two dozen democratic presidential candidates, and are all the people mercilessly dragging, the latest candidate Bill de Blasio focused on the wrong stuff to New Yorkers debate with the rest of the country needs to know about their Maher. I'm Mary Harris. You're listening to what next stay with us. This episode is brought to you by Worby Parker. They made the glasses. I'm wearing right now. They know glasses shouldn't cost as much as an iphone. So there's start at ninety five bucks. That includes prescription lenses with anti-glare, an anti scratch coatings. They've also got this free home. Try on program. What happens is order five glasses. You try them on for five days. There's no obligation to buy any of them. The glasses ship free and include a prepaid return shipping label, and he's got an iphone ten. 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"bill de blasio" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on 790 KABC

"He says that the reason Amazon left is because people are angry angry corporations. Now, if you're able to bless you. And you just suggested that you made a great deal with the corporation when you think it's your job to quell, the anger when you think it's your job to go back to your folks and say, listen, I know you don't like the Jeff Bezos has rich, but he's coming here to provide jobs. That's why we just made a deal with him. Don't you have to sell the deal a Bill de Blasio won't sell the deal because in the end his beholden to his radical base is Amazon's capricious decision to take its ball and go home in the face of protests won't diminish that anger the city and state were holding up our, Ed and more importantly, a sizable majority of New Yorkers were on board support for the new headquarters was strongest in communities of color, and among working people who too often haven't gotten the economic opportunity. They deserved a project that could have opened a path to the middle class for thousands of families was scuttled by a few very powerful people sitting in a boardroom in Seattle. Or alternatively by the people who kept changing the deal over and over and over again, I love this part Bill. The Blasios has in the end Amazon seems unwilling to bend or even to talk in earnest with the community about ways to shape their project because they already made the deal. I mean, how many times do have to say this once you, and I cut a deal, and we have a contract you don't get to come back. The next day and say, I've changed the you're not done theater. I'm not Landau calories. And that's not how this works. They didn't want to be in a city where they had to engage critics at all. And it's a pattern when Seattle city council passed a tax on big employers to fund the battle against homelessness the company threatened to stop major expansion plans. Putting seven thousand jobs at risk the tax was rescinded right because they didn't wanna pay a giant tax this dumb Seattle policy. How do you think that New York was even up for the job at Seattle weren't filled with idiotic garbage city council, and they've actual socialist on the city council and Seattle Seattle weren't filled with awful corporate awful, governance by the government. You think you think Amazon with think of leaving Seattle of Seattle. Oh, we're well-governed. Do you think that would happen? Of course, not. Ability Blasios have said he says economic power the kind that allows you to dangle fifty thousand jobs and billions in revenue over every metropolitan area in the country is being steadily concentrated into fewer and fewer hands. I'm pretty sure that economic power is concentrated in the hands of the governments that are alienating corporations day by day. Bill de Blasio concludes. He says as the mayor of the nation's largest city a place. That's both the progressive beacon and the very symbol of capitalism. I share frustration about corporate America. So many of my fellow mayors across the country. We know the game is rigged. Really, you do you commie wants to centralize power. But we still find ourselves fighting one another. In the race to secure opportunity for our residents as corporations force us into all against all competitions. The competition is to have lower your tax rates. It's not difficult. They're not asking you to change. How you govern? They're not asking you to remove regulations. They're simply saying we're not coming over to your house unless you give us a dinner that is worthy of our time. That's it. That's hold freedom. De Blasio says Amazon's path in New York would have been far smoother had it recognized residents fear of economic insecurity and displacement and spoken directly. You know what? Amazon is not a group of elected leaders. You know, what Bill goes into elected leader? If one group is going to be responsive to the public. Wouldn't it be built a Blasios? Why is it Amazon's job to be responsive? This is my problem with Occupy Wall street, Occupy Wall street kept saying power back to the people. And then they went and they protested Wall Street. Members of Wall Street are not elected the member of Wall Street are hired businesses are not amok Rossini's. If you really have a problem with crony capitalism, if you really have a problem with corruption if you really have a problem with corrupt dealmaking, maybe ought to go protest in Washington DC or build a Blasios house or ails. He's headquarters. Maybe that's where you ought to start your stupid campaign. No wonder politicians are blaming corporations that allows them to escape their.

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"bill de blasio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"He says that the reason was on left is because people are angry angry corporations. Now, if you're Bill de Blasio, and you just suggested that you made a great deal with the corporation when you think it's your job to quell, the anger when you think it's your job to go back to your folks and say, listen, I know you don't like the Jeff Bezos Many's coming here to provide jobs. That's why we just made a deal with him. Don't you have to sell the deal, but Bill de Blasio won't sell the deal because in the end his beholden? Just radical base says Amazon's capricious decision to take its ball and go home in the face of protests won't diminish that anger the city and state were holding up our, Ed and more importantly, a sizable majority of New Yorkers onboard support for the new headquarters was strongest in communities of color, and among working people who too often haven't gotten the economic opportunity. They deserved a project that could have opened a path to the middle class for thousands of families was scuttled by a few very powerful people sitting in a boardroom in Seattle. Or alternatively by the people who kept changing the deal over and over and over again, I love this part Bill de Blasio says in the end Amazon seems unwilling to bend or even to talk in earnest with the community about ways to shape their projects because they already made the deal. I mean, how many times do have to say this once you, and I cut a deal we have a contract you don't get to come back. The next day and say, I've changed the you're not done theater. I'm not Landau calories. And that's not how this works. They didn't want to be in a city where they had to engage critics at all. And it's a pattern when Seattle city council passed a tax on big employers to fund the battle against homelessness the company threatened to stop major expansion plans. Putting seven thousand jobs at risk the tax was rescinded right because they didn't wanna pay a giant tax is dumb Seattle policy. How do you think New York was even up for the job if Seattle weren't filled with idiotic garbage city council people, and they've actual socialists on the city council and Seattle Seattle weren't filled with awful corporate awful, governance by the government. You think you think Amazon with think of leaving Seattle Seattle? We're well-governed. Do you think that would happen? Of course, not. The Bill de Blasios have said he says economic power the kind that allows you to dangle fifty thousand jobs and billions in revenue over every metropolitan area in the country is being steadily concentrated into fewer and fewer hands. I'm pretty sure that economic power is concentrated in the hands of the governments that are alienating corporations day by day. Bill de Blasio concludes. He says as the mayor of the nation's largest city a place. That's both the progressive beacon and the very symbol of capitalism. I share frustration about corporate America. So to many of my fellow mayors across the country. We know the game is rigged. Really, you do you commie wants to centralized power you, but we still find ourselves fighting one another. In the race to secure opportunity for our residents as corporations force us into all against all competitions. The competition is to have you lower your tax rates. It's not difficult. They're not asking you to change. How you govern? They're not asking you to remove regulations. They're simply saying we're not coming over to your house unless you give us a dinner that is worthy of our time. That's it. That's whole freedom. Blasios says Amazon's path in New York would have been far smoother had it recognized our residents fear of economic, insecurity and displacement and spoke directly, you know, what? Amazon is not a group of elected leaders. You know, what build he goes in elected leader? If one group is going to be responsive to the public, wouldn't it be building plaza is it Amazon shops to be responsive? This is my problem with Occupy Wall street, Occupy Wall street kept saying power back to the people. And then they went and they protested Wall Street, he members of Wall Street are not elected the member of Wall Street are hired businesses are not emocracy. If you really have a problem with crony capitalism. If you really have a problem with corruption if you really have a problem with corrupt dealmaking, maybe ought to go protest in Washington DC or Bill de Blasios house or headquarters. Maybe that's where you ought to start your stupid campaign. No wonder politicians are blaming corporations that allows them to escape their own culpability.

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