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De Blasio: Man of the People

The chopper landing was then abruptly canceled after an angry dad started griping to cops about the intrusion, threatening to post pictures of the mayoral interruption on social media, a source said.

The extended seventh-inning stretch got underway at Harlem River Park during an Aug. 9 Little League game when the NYPD cleared the diamond of two under-14 teams, one dad told The Post.

[Read the full story here, at the New York Post]

The cops “basically told everybody to get off the field,” the dad said.

“The mayor wants to land his helicopter here,” he recalled police telling him.

And when he griped to the officers they sympathized. “They said it’s absolutely ridiculous cuwgkeuwcaqtdsm_135066003and that I should file a complaint,” said the dad, who didn’t want his name printed for fear of retribution.

Another angry dad confirmed the story.

De Blasio was slated to deliver remarks at Gracie Mansion at 7 pm that evening and visited an injured firefighter at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx earlier that day. He had nothing else on his public schedule.

Police said he was taking the whirlybird from the Bronx because traffic was backed up, the dad recalled.

“It’s ridiculous,” he fumed. “The guy feels he’s so entitled to do whatever he wants.”

Another dad confirmed that police said it was de Blasio who was supposed to land on the field.

“I wanted to see my son playing,” he said, griping, “We should have been home an hour earlier.”

A former cop familiar with the situation told The Post police “were not happy” about having to arrange for de Blasio’s park landing….(read more)

Source: New York Post

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One Comment on “De Blasio: Man of the People”

  1. Rifleman III says:

    Reblogged this on and commented:
    Warren Wilhelm, the wasteful Communist.


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