De Blasio Loves Open Borders, But Not Open Beaches…This Is Completely Tyrannical

(Tea Party 247) – New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is throwing a hissy fit as he struggles to keep his citizens from getting out and enjoying the coronavirus-killing UV rays of bright, spring sunshine.

This open borders champion is even considering building a fence to keep people off beaches as Memorial day approaches.

He shared these plans with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo on Sunday during a hard-hitting interview in which she held the authoritarian mayor’s feet to the flames.

“Our beaches get very crowded very quickly. We’re not going to allow it…We’re not opening on Memorial Day as we normally do. For folks in local communities who walk on the beach, walk on the boardwalk, they can still do that. But no swimming, no lifeguards, no congregating,” he told the Sunday Morning Futures’ host.

De Blasio added that he will be making sure his edict is enforced with the NYPD and the Parks Department to make sure that beach season isn’t enjoyed.

“If people are smart about, and listen to the rules, great. If not, we actually may have to put fencing to keep people off the beach. I don’t want to do it, but if I have to, I will. We are so far from being out of the woods here in New York City. We’re still the epicenter. Until we’re safe, no beaches open,” he declared.

BizPac Review notes:

In a city undergoing a physical, person-to-person crime wave, it seems like a particularly bad idea to divert police resources to the functional equivalent of Baywatch. This is likely another reason why rank-and-file cops have a very low opinion of Bill de Blasio. Moreover, crowded subways are still operational.

It’s very likely that when it comes to summer fun, area residents may tell the mayor to pound sand as things heat up.

As you can imagine, social media was scathing in their response to de Blasio’s outrageous plans:

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