As a mayor, Bill de Blasio is a disaster. He was elected largely on the strength of underhanded deals and viral videos featuring his kids. Unsurprisingly his family that he had with his lesbian wife (that’s not an insult, it’s a self-admission) is even more screwed up than his policies.
First we found out that his daughter was a drug addict. Now the stories about his lesbian wife, who insists on being some sort of co-mayor, emphasize why his daughter ended up as a drug addict.
New York City’s first lady, Chirlane McCray, didn’t much care for her new role as a mother after daughter Chiara was born — and looked for any excuse to keep away from her little girl.
In a startlingly frank confession, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s wife says she was unable to embrace motherhood and initially neglected Chiara, who last year dropped the bombshell that she was in treatment for abusing booze and pot.
“I was 40 years old. I had a life. Especially with Chiara — will we feel guilt forevermore? Of course, yes,” McCray told New York magazine for its cover story this week.
“But the truth is, I could not spend every day with her. I didn’t want to do that. I looked for all kinds of reasons not to do it.”
This kind of thing would be Bill de Blasio’s private business, except that he ran on his liberal family value using his kids as marketing tools and now his wife keeps on talking about it.
Bill de Blasio then blasted the tabloids for smearing his amazing and wonderful lesbian wife.
“I think both The Post and the Daily News owe Chirlane an apology. I think they owe all of us an apology for absolutely misrepresenting what she said and for caricaturing a reality that I think so many women face.”
De Blasio called his wife “an extraordinary mother.”
The reports, he said, “suggested tremendous misunderstanding of what it is to be a parent, what it is to be a mother.”
Sure. And the mistake is De Blasio’s which his freak show of a family has to live with.
Unfortunately New York City has to live with Bill de Blasio’s insane policies and his screwed up family who also insist on taking center stage and talking about their dysfunction.