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Whatever happened to Comrade Bill de Blasio?

You should know that the Democratic Party’s National Convention was held this week Monday August 17th to Thursday August 20, 2020.

The “Democratic Party’s National Convention” is the most important event, celebrated every four years by Democrats. They do so to elect their candidate for the President of the United States of America. During this prestigious event they also use their party’s convention to roll out their best personalities, the cream of the crop, to help present their platforms to the American People. Many of these personalities have been elevated after speaking at the convention for the entire world to see and hear, rising them to prominence within the party and their political futures, eg: President Barack Obama.

It is important for you to know that New York State is the most important among the fifty states in our nation. As a result New York City is one of the largest and most important city in our nation. NYC is the place most desire to visit from people all over the world. NYC is called “The Capital of the World.”

The Statue of Liberty (a beacon of freedom) proudly stands at NYC’s harbor, The Empire State Building (an icon of NYC’s success) Wall Street’s New York Stock Exchange (a symbol of prosperity for the world) The shimmering lights of Broadway, the Freedom Towers, Two World Trade Center Museum, and the United Nations, are all icons in the great city of New York, and are among the most visited attractions by worldwide visitors.

Therefore, the elected Mayor of the greatest city in the world automatically becomes or should be perceived as the most visible, most powerful, influential, and most respected person in the nation when compared among other elected officials with the exception to the President of the United States. You would think or expect that the Mayor of the great city of New York would be the # one person chosen by their respective party to be selected as one of the speakers at their most important event, the Presidential Convention.

During this past Democratic Convention Gov. Andrew Cuomo, former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer, former Republican Mayor Mike Bloomberg, and even newly elected Congresswoman Alexandria O. Cortez were given the prestigious honor to speak at the Democratic Convention, and were given the opportunity to represent the State and City of New York. So, I scratch my head and wondered, what happened to Mayor “Comrade” (as Curtis Sliwa calls him) William DeBlasio, the mayor of the greatest city in the greatest state of the nation. He was nowhere to be seen, heard of or spoken of. What the heck happened? Is he a persona nongrata within his own party? The question then is why was he snubbed?

Comrade DeBlasio is staunchly in favor of Same Sex Marriage, Abortion on demand, Black Lives Matter, Defunding the NYPD, he also favors closing Rikers Island, releasing criminals from prison, and the socialist “Progressive” platform espoused by the Democrat Party. Frankly, this is a head scratcher for me. So just out of curiosity, I am compelled to ask myself why is it that the most Progressive, advocate of the Democratic Socialist agenda was overlooked? He was obviously left out, ignored, and pushed aside during the National Democratic Convention?

What the heck happened Bill? Inquiring minds want to know. Will someone please explain this to the citizens of the great city of New York? Some within the leadership of the DNC (Democratic National Committee) are saying that the snubbing of the New York City Mayor is an admission that “Comrade” William de Blasio is viewed, within his own party, as the worst Mayor New York City has ever had.

I am Councilman Rev. Ruben Diaz and this what you should know.

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