When an idiotic object collides with a radical force
The honeymoon is over.
If there was any Mayor of New York City that Al Sharpton should have been able to get along with it should have been Bill de Blasio, but then again Sharpton also couldn't get along with De Blasio's boss, David Dinkins.
Despite Sharpton's lucrative career of not paying taxes and misreading teleprompters for MSNBC while hosting racist rants by Attorney General Eric Holder, he still can't resist the siren song of a black man being killed by the NYPD.
Meanwhile Red Bill is just as radical as Sharpton, he just doesn't want New York voters to realize it. Sharpton isn't really all that radical, but has built a career out of doing a fake "Black Power" thing.
And so an idiotic object collided with a radical force leading to this...
Mayor Bill de Blasio was furious when the Rev. Al Sharpton lectured and threatened him from the dais at last week’s City Hall meeting over the police chokehold death of Eric Garner, The Post has learned.
De Blasio thought the activist preacher publicly humiliated him by spouting off from a seat of honor directly to the mayor’s left, sources said Thursday.
“He was really pissed at what Sharpton did,” one source said.
“He felt [Sharpton] embarrassed him, and he regrets now that he let the press in and that he moved Sharpton up [to the dais].”
Sharpton was initially supposed to be seated away from de Blasio with other community leaders, the source said.
During statements to reporters before their closed-door, roundtable discussion July 31, Sharpton told de Blasio that if teenage offspring “Dante wasn’t your son, he’d be a candidate for a chokehold.”
Sharpton also demanded the mayor “go from hope to actuality” and warned: “If we’re going to play spin games, I’ll be your worst enemy.”
Sharpton being your worst enemy means that he will put on a purple jumpsuit and lead a small mob of ex-conts to chant racist threats outside your store, before one of them burns it down.
Gracie Mansion can probably handle it.
The only question is, in this divorce, who gets custody of the Race Card?