For ALL you people outside New York City that think the world of Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump , Mike Bloomberg and Bill DeBlasio?
Please take the time to read this piece in a hometown newspaper ….
…from the NY Daily News….
“When New York sends its people, they’re not sending their best,” I seem to recall some very stable genius shouting just after descending a golden escalator. “They have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us.”
But this isn’t a column about Donald Trump and his “perfect phone call” impeachment. He’s a Florida Man now.
This is a column about the men New Yorkers have elected to lead us over the last quarter century, and about how they’ve been showing their backsides to the rest of the country—something that’s only acceptable from Lady Liberty.
Start with Rudy Giuliani, fresh off of a divorce settlement sealing the lips of ex-wife No. 3 after the two sparred in court over everything from remote controls to whether he was working for Trump pro bono to hide his money as both spouses tried to hold onto their share of what had been their $230,000 a month lifestyle.
Democrats are “trying to destroy the Constitution,” Giuliani told young conservatives in West Palm Beach Thursday. “They want to put Barr in prison, and they want to execute me.”
“I have been a prosecutor all my life,” cried America’s Mayor, who last served as a prosecutor in 1989 and as a public official in 2001 and has spent the last 18 years making tens of millions on paid speeches, security consulting and private lawyering.
“You can go read about the people I put in prison,” Giuliani said while acknowledging that the Southern District U.S. attorney’s office wants to put him in prison now, as “I am being investigated by the office that I ran and probably was the most successful United States attorney in the last hundred years. They are very jealous of that.”
Speaking of jealous, Mike Bloomberg saw where Trump got with Mike’s old trick of selling voters on a Rudy-endorsed, tax-hiding, self-promoting, New York billionaire who’s too rich to be bought, and decided to crash the Democratic Party.
While outspending the rest of the field combined, talking to the press as little as possible and skipping the party’s debates, Bloomberg apologized personally for a decade of dragnet stop-and-frisk policing on his watch, and had a spokesman allow that “Mike has come to see that some of what he has said is disrespectful and wrong” when it comes to his own well-documented history of locker-room talk.
Bloomberg hasn’t been asked as a candidate about the suit filed in September alleging “a pattern of misogynistic, abusive behavior” by Charlie Rose and Bloomberg LP, where Rose’s show was recorded. Last year, Bloomberg said “I don’t know how true all of it is” after 27 women told The Washington Post about Rose’s harassment of them.
Bloomberg, like Trump, hasn’t stepped away from his businesses as a candidate….