KOMMONSENTSJANE – De Blasio compares himself to Gandhi, says Hillary should have listened to him. Fellowship of the Minds.

Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.


The laugh of the century. This is what happens when you allow illegals into a big city – they can’t take care of themselves – so they do what they know best – bring their “take care of me government into power – which means free stuff.”



Fellowship of the Minds

bill de blasio

New Yorkers re-elected this guy to a second term. Elections have consequences.

From NY Post: Mayor de Blasio compares himself to Mahatma Gandhi and Thomas Edison — and says Hillary Clinton would have won if her campaign had taken his advice.

“Every time someone tries something and it doesn’t work, it invalidates anything else they might do going forward? Tell Thomas Edison that, and Henry Ford, tell Mahatma Gandhi,” Hizzoner said in a newly published interview with Politico while defending his failure to become a progressive leader on a national level.

He quickly clarified that he is a “speck on the universe” compared to those three men — only to then claim that Clinton’s campaign failed after refusing to adopt his “progressive” vision. “I was telling them they needed to have a clear progressive populist message, and they had to believe it. If they had, they would have won…

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