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The Big Crapple: WTF is happening in New York City?

March 30 (King World News) – Gerald Celente:  Another little nothing of a nobody with a bad attitude who bows down and sucks into the system, New York City Mayor Eric Adams, faced criticism last week after announcing that professional athletes in the city and celebrities will be granted special vaccine mandate exemption. 

But average citizens—1,400 city workers, including police and teachers who refused the Operation Warp Speed jab—are fired. 

And, because they are lower life humans of his order, he will not let these workers go back to their jobs.

Video emerged on social media that showed Adams being confronted by two individuals who said they were fired over the mandate…

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“The fired city workers voted for you,” one told Adams. The mayor stopped as though he was going to address the small group, but arrogant Adams brushed them off and continued walking with his security.

“I didn’t vote for you,” another worker said. “But I at least hoped that you would do better than [former Mayor Bill] de Blasio.”

The Trends Journal has reported extensively on New York City’s vaccine mandate and its impact on city workers.

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Adams announced the exemption of high-paid athletes and other performers and said he expected backlash. Earlier last week, the mayor was asked if he was considering updating the mandate that impacts the private sector, and he said that is not something he is currently pursuing.

“I’m not making this decision loosely or haphazardly,” the mayor said. “The city has to function. Some will boo us, others will cheer us—that is not only a game of baseball but that’s the game of life and we have to be on the field in order to win.”

Adams said the city needs to “kickstart the city’s nightlife economy,” and pointed out that the industry employed about 300,000 New Yorkers before the COVID-19

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