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N.Y. Mayor de Blasio Active Supporter of Brutal Communist Regime

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Conservative group sues city, de Blasio over the mayor’s interactions with South Africa ambassador

From New York Daily News: Judicial Watch Inc. said it filed a formal request for “any and all records of communications” between the two men in June after the mayor said Gaspard was “an agent of the city” along with four other men who act as de Blasio’s informal kitchen…

IN THE NEWS

Sandinista Sympathizer Supports Iran Deal

The Iran nuclear agreement has one more supporter — liberal New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. It’s just one more poorly conceived statement of support by de Blasio for liberal policies.

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‘NYC aiding and abetting criminal activity’

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton was on Fox this week debating New York City’s plan to provide official ID cards even to illegal immigrants that provide access to city services. Such a plan is rife with security and good government concerns.

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

N.Y. Mayor de Blasio Active Supporter of Brutal Communist Regime

With Bill de Blasio making headlines for fanning the flames of racial tension between police and protesters it’s worth recalling newsworthy information about the New York City mayor’s dark past; that he was an active supporter of a brutal communist regime well known as one of the worst human rights…

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

N.Y.’s New Mayor Active Supporter of Brutal Communist Regime

The new mayor of New York City (Bill de Blasio) was an active supporter of a brutal communist regime well known as one of the worst human rights abusers in Latin America, according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch. It’s not information likely to be featured in the mainstream media,…


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