GOP: Worst Mayor in NYC History Bill de Blasio Must Resign;
Give New Yorkers Full-Time Mayor
“It was bad enough when he was just lazy, but his delusional ambitions are now putting the city at risk.”
New York, NY–June 18th…If New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to play presidential politics, he must resign from office and give the people of this city a full-time mayor, today charged incoming NYGOP Chairman Nick Langworthy and New York City Councilman and candidate for Public Advocate Joe Borelli.
Their announcement was made on the steps of City Hall, where according to reports, the Mayor rarely works out of anymore, even when he’s not traveling across the country on the presidential campaign trail where he continues to poll at zero percent.
Langworthy and Borelli pointed to the numerous problems and scandals facing the de Blasio Administration that deserve the full and undivided attention of the mayor.
- record homelessness;
- deteriorated quality of life;
- widespread pay-to-play corruption;
- murders, rapes & shooting incidents up from last year;
- city hospital system in crisis;
- public housing crisis with unlivable conditions, no heat or hot water;
- children dying under ACS and poisoned from lead paint;
- failed public school system led by racist chancellor graduates only one quarter of kids college-ready;
- broken MTA;
- double-digit increase in spending, with a larger budget than the entire state of Florida, which has more than double the population.
“De Blasio’s notion that he belongs on the presidential stage with his litany of failures might give everyone a good laugh, but a complex city of nine million people and top global industries demands a mayor who is laser-focused on doing the job,” said Chairman Nick Langworthy. “From Day One he shown zero regard for his duties or the taxpayers. It was bad enough when he was just lazy, but his delusional ambitions are now putting the city at risk. Resigning would be the best thing he could do for his disastrous legacy.”
Councilman Joe Borelli concluded, “This is not a mayor managing the city; it’s a city trying to manage without a mayor.”