There are people who so often in our lives try to interject themselves in situations where they just aren’t needed.
I worked for a company once where we had a literal mailroom clerk, whose uncle or something was an executive high up in the company that one time tried to tell me how to do something I had been doing for fifteen years.
He got sat down really quickly and apparently told off by his uncle. It would have been so great to hear that in person. There are a lot of liberal politicians that seem to think that same way, in the idea that they can tell people what they want to do when they have no authority to do so.
Former President Donald Trump chalked up a yuge win for New York City residents who rely on his skating rinks for recreation. He kept them from being canceled by an Imperialist mayor who wanted to shut them down simply because they have the Trump name on them. City Hall folded up faster than a back-pack tent after the frustrated masses got ready to hold an insurrection.
New York City administrators flipped back their plot to “shutter two Trump Organization-operated ice skating rinks.” Mayor Bill de Blasio walked the move back on Sunday after furious residents melted his phone down.
Both the Lasker and Wollman ice skating rinks in Central Park were closed down tight simply because City Hall doesn’t like the former president. Normally they would be open until some time in April, depending on the weather. It was a blatant attempt for de Blasio to “freeze out his political rival,” Fox reports.
The spokesunit for City Hall, Bill Neidhardt, told the New York Post. “New York City kids deserve all the time on the ice they can get this year. The Wollman and Lasker rinks will stay open under current management for the few weeks left in this season.”
Even if they are owned by a deplorable nationalist. “But make no mistake, we will not be doing business with the Trump Organization going forward.”
Mayor de Blasio felt safe making unilateral decisions because the Imperialist faction has suspended the Constitution. He used his own authority as king of New York to breach the legally binding contracts which the city has with the Trump Organization.
He claimed it was because the former president “incited a riot at the Capitol” but he wasn’t convicted of the charge so that excuse won’t hold water.