Mayor Bill de Blasio Just Compared You to an A**
Why does anyone give New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio the time of day anymore? He’s a joke of a mayor and should be removed from his high place ASAP.
He doesn’t care about New Yorkers and he doesn’t care about Americans. He’s quite literally one of the worst mayors that I have ever seen in my life.
This guy is the leading cause of crime in New York City thanks to some of the ridiculous liberal policies that he has put in place. Remember the whole defund the police thing in New York City you’re seeing how that plays out. Crime has been on the rise ever since last summer. New York City has been one of the places that has had the greatest number of COVID cases and he couldn’t care less. He’s a joke.
Now, he’s just adding insult to injury with an interview he did this week on MSNBC about the vaccine requirement for public schools.
“Human beings do well when they have carrot and stick. So, a mandate helps people to realize it’s time,” De Blasio said during an appearance on MSNBC after rolling out new mandates for public schools.
Bill de Blasio on vaccine mandates:
"Human beings do well when they have carrot and stick. So, a mandate helps people to realize it’s time." pic.twitter.com/ZaPLEyxayO
— The First (@TheFirstonTV) August 24, 2021
Think about that for just a minute. What does that mean? Well, what does a carrot and stick refer to? Well, it depends on what exactly you’re using the analogy for, but in either case, it’s not a good thing.
Probably the thing that most naturally comes to mind is holding out a stick in front of a mule with a carrot dangling from the stick which entices the mule to pursue the carrot, but never actually being able to obtain it.
That sounds a lot like what’s going on with this virus.
However, it’s also a term that is used for reward and punishment. Basically, a “do this, or else” sort of deal. Reward and punishment.