Former NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s future plans should scare every American

Ever since Rudy Giuliani left the New York City Mayoral office 20 years ago, the biggest City in the United States has turned into a woke cesspool.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg reversed the good works of Giuliani and Mayor Bill de Blasio one-upped his predecessor by becoming arguably the most radical mayor in America.

Now, de Blasio wants to take his show on the road to Washington D.C.

Former Big Apple Mayor Bill de Blasio is launching an exploratory committee to run for Congress.

The two-term Mayor is planning a run for the Staten Island Congressional seat.

He also began internal polling to see if people in the district would support his candidacy.

The seat is currently held by Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, one of only two female, Hispanic Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives.

De Blasio defeated Malliotakis in the general election of 2017 NYC Mayoral contest 66%-28%.

The Cuban-American Malliotakis then ran on Donald Trump’s coattails to victory in New York’s 11th Congressional District in 2020.

In the race, she defeated incumbent Democrat Rep. Max Rose by six-points.

While outside of the Empire State, it may sound odd that a Conservative holds a Congressional seat in New York City.

Staten Island is very different from the rest of NYC.

It is the home to a lot of police officers, firefighters and mothers and fathers who commute to Manhattan for work.

However, according to The New York Post, the state’s General Assembly has re-drawn the Congressional map in an effort to help Democrats.

“The new borders for the 11th Congressional District snake north to include de Blasio’s home in Park Slope and other more liberal Brooklyn neighborhoods, countering conservative Staten Island,” Post reporter Rich Calder wrote.

The new district lines are likely more incentive for de Blasio to get in the race and take his radical brand of authoritarianism to Congress with him.

Thanks to the efforts of Rudy, de Blasio inherited a safe and thriving city, with record low crime rates.

Under de Blasio’s leadership – or lack thereof – New York City witnessed a crime wave.

Shootings and homicides nearly doubled during de Blasio’s reign.

This came after de Blasio fell hook, line and sinker for Black Lives Matter “Defund the Police” movement – cutting the NYPD budget by $1 Billion.

Yes, that’s billion, with a B.

de Blasio’s handling of the COVID pandemic made NYC one of the models for what not to do – with some of the worst per capita COVID numbers in the entire country.

During the de Blasio Administration, poverty rates hovered around 18% and peeked at more than 20%.

Meanwhile, unemployment was still 8.4% when de Blasio left office.

The Mayor instituted Free Pre-K For All and a $15 mandatory minimum wage.

These programs led to a 14% increase in residents requesting financial aid from the government.

The list of failures on de Blasio’s mayoral resume goes on-and-on – and now he’s hoping to bring his failed ideas to D.C., where they won’t just impact New Yorkers, but every single American.

Before de Blasio can face Malliotakis for the 11th Congressional seat, he’ll have to get through the man she beat in 2020, former Rep. Max Rose in a Democrat primary.

de Blasio was part of the crowded 2020 Democrat Presidential primary, but left the race early on after failing to reach a single percentage point in polling.

Stay tuned to Right News Wire for more updates to this ongoing story.

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