Whoops: NY Mayor Snipes At Pricey Times Square Pizza Delivery… Gets Dogpiled By Everyone

Written by Wes Walker on January 2, 2020

De Blasio tried to gain cheap points with Dems by pointing an accusing finger at a corp. He failed.

Did you know that if you get hungry while watching the NYE Ball Drop at Times Square, you can have a pizza delivered right to you?

It’s New Year’s Eve, so it’ll cost extra, but they can do that.

The wonders of modern technology, eh? Pretty amazing how cellphones can bring buyers and sellers together even in a place like Times Square.

New York’s mayor isn’t impressed. Bill did what preening leftists do best.

He sharpened up his pointing finger and started with the moralizing scolding. (As though any of believe he has actually ordered himself a pizza in since the Clinton administration or has the foggiest notion of what the market rate is.)

The mayor actually called for New Yorkers to ‘stick it’ to a company that pays some part of his salary in their local taxes.

His emotional response was not only evidence of the left’s natural contempt for successful businesses, and not only embarrassingly stupid — but was factually wrong, as well.

Does the man REALLY not understand that a ‘Franchise’ means ‘local ownership’?

Aaaaaand here come the social media reacts:

Here’s basic logic and business sense.

A NON-emotion-laden comparision to ACTUAL market value:

Questioning priorities:

Mockery and abuse:

Some more common sense and business:


And this bizzare, but oddly effective insult to close it out.

Well done Mayor Bill.

Maybe you should stop criticizing the way other folks do THEIR job, and learn how to properly do your OWN.

No wonder New Yorkers were glad that you spend the month of May more or less out of the city.

Mayor Bill de Blasio spent a mere seven hours — less than one full workday — at City Hall during the month he launched his bid for the White House, records reviewed by The Post show.

Hizzoner showed up at his office on just six occasions in May, taking part in two meetings, four events and five phone calls, one of which was his weekly appearance on WNYC radio, according to entries on his official calendar. — NYPost

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