Skip to comments.GOP candidate: De Blasio should use his given German name
Posted on 09/08/2017 10:23:30 AM PDT by george76
GOP mayoral candidate Nicole Malliotakis mocked Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday, saying he should go back to using his given German name after his refusal to defend statues of Italian explorer Christopher Columbus.
She made her point while standing under the explorers statue in Columbus Circle, which has become the focal point of a cultural battle after Hizzoner said hed appoint a commission to recommend hateful city monuments for removal.
I really think Bill de Blasio should go back to using his birth name of Warren Wilhelm, because he obviously doesnt have the heart and soul of an Italian, Malliotakis said of de Blasio, who is half Italian.
Malliotakis, who is half Greek and half Cuban, has said Columbus statues should stay.
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He’s a self hating white as well as a self-hating half Italian.
Isn’t that ‘Cultural Appropriation’?..............
Well, it isn’t the Italian Half that’s doin’ the hatin’!................
As in Wilhelm Keitel, Chief of Hitler’s High Command.
DeBlasio is a NAZI.
He has ruined NYC. I hope the GOP can unseat this POS.Latinos hate him and blacks are not satisfied with the big goofy German Socialist either. Marxist Willy could change from De Blaso to Di Blaso,Du Blaso or Da Blaso and nobody would care. He is a fraud like most Libtards.
Ditto for Bill Clinton.
He’s even making that pond scum little commie troll Mike Bloomberg look good. Even ISIS would do a better job.
Wasn’t there a statue of Lief Erickson in NYC? Should he be taken down? If only the Vikings had given the natives mead instead of milk, we could be living in New Denmark today, with all the Danish so called benefits and 60% taxes.
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