New York Mayor Bill de Blasio Running for President

Published on May 17, 2019

The Mayor of New York City Bill de Blasio is the newest Democratic candidate for president and according to a recent poll 76% of New York City residents think de Blasio shouldn’t run at all. Meanwhile, Anthony Weiner is out of prison after serving 15 months for sexting with a 15 year-old. That got us thinking that maybe he should run for president too.

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  • Hurtshal Eagleview 1 year ago

    Con Don, priceless.

  • ZZ CCCP 1 year ago

    Quien es mejor Jimmy o fallon? A quién prefieren más q aitro uno del otro

  • Waitathu T.V 1 year ago

    ConDon…I have always been looking for a Nickname for Con Trump. ….

  • New Message 1 year ago

    Dude eats pizza with a knife and fork…. Nope!

  • Alejandro Coronado 1 year ago

    Hi jimmy

  • Squiggy2010 1 year ago

    No thanks. Don’t need him turning the rest of the country into a sh*thole.

  • kessler003 1 year ago

    Con-Don is Condom in spanish.

  • Laurentiu Trifan 1 year ago

    De Blasio looks very presidential.

  • The Real ToxicBeast 1 year ago

    I’d vote for trump before deblasio. And I can’t stand trump.

  • Jaz 1 year ago

    Nah ah. No thanks.

  • Space-Cadet David 'Spanky Bonespurs' Dennison : 1 year ago

    If Anthony Wiener buys a trench coat or polaroid camera, he’s taking his hobbies back to old school ways!

  • Jorge Kanté 1 year ago

    Slipknot ?

  • Guy Manson 1 year ago

    I’m just here waiting for Slipknot to arrive 🙂

  • ABC 1 year ago

    Why do people not like Bill de Blasio? I don’t know much about him, but from what I’ve seen, he’s seemed pretty decent. Is it just the nature of being the Mayor of New York that everyone hates you?

  • 煤Midoriya 1 year ago

    Con Don – No Condom lol

  • Big Wig 1 year ago

    Abortions are disproportionately being performed on Black and Hispanic babies.
    According to the CDC, the rate of abortions among Black and Hispanic women is significantly higher than that among white women, meaning that a disproportionate number of the next generation is being lost to abortions.
    What’s even scarier is that this is what the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, would have wanted. A known eugenicist, Sanger wrote about speaking at a Klu Klux Klan meeting in her autobiography, and notoriously wrote of her racist inclinations in letters to friends.
    We can adopt a willful blindness towards this fact, but we cannot pretend it is of no consequence.
    Abortion preys on the poor.
    Women living at or below the federal poverty line are five times more likely to have an abortion than women living above it, as found by the Guttmacher Institute.
    The availability of contraception and abortion over the last forty years has made an unintended pregnancy the woman’s responsibility, rather than a shared responsibility by both parents. This has decreased the motivation for marriage in the event of an unintended pregnancy, which in turn has decreased the risk of casual sex, ultimately resulting in an increase in the number of unintended pregnancies.
    This not only results in higher abortion rates among poor women, but it also results in more single-mom households, increasing a woman’s cost of living and making her poorer. This is a deeply entrenched cycle that illuminates the destructive nature of abortion in the lives of the poor.
    3. Women who have had abortions are significantly more prone to mental illness and self-harm.
    According to HealthResearchFunding, women who have had abortions are three times more likely to commit suicide than women of childbearing age who have not had abortions. They are 81% more likely to have mental health issues than other women. Teens who have had abortions are ten times more likely to attempt suicide than teens who have not had an abortion. To put that in perspective, eighteen percent of abortions in the U.S. are teenagers—that’s almost one fifth of all abortions in the country.
    These statistics are frightening and pose a serious health concern to women. Mainstream culture is finally talking about the reality of depression and other mental illnesses, but if we are truly serious about helping people, we have to be honest about the cause.
    These facts about abortion are deeply unsettling, and we should not only make others aware of them but hope and pray to change them. As we seek to share the truth about life and to fight the evils that wage war against it, we should remember that we too are being taught every day to see and share the truth about abortion with others in that humble and unifying spirit.

  • Yoonbread 1 year ago

    No one likes him here. He’s lucky to even win a second term in NYC…

  • mchelly601 1 year ago

    With all pun intended this mayor’s obliviousness trumps his epic incompetence . NY is fckd…

  • ShadowStoryteller 1 year ago

    Ok, at this point “Is there anyone NOT running for President?” would be the surprising question.

  • Nathan Fernandes 1 year ago



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