NY State Senator to Bloomberg Post Sandy: Please Send National Guard; Bloomberg: ‘Fu-k You’

Posted by on Nov 19, 2012 at 8:12 am

How dare anyone ask the tiny tyrant for help. Doesn’t this guy know national guardsmen might be armed?

Mayor Bloomberg may hate sugary sodas — but he apparently doesn’t mind some salty language.

When Queens state Sen. Malcolm Smith asked the mayor to send the National Guard to patrol the Rockaways a day after Superstorm Sandy hit, Hizzoner said, “F–k you,’’ a source told The Post.

Smith confirmed that he called the mayor to request the Guard after looting broke out in the area, which is part of his district.

“We exchanged aggressive words about the use of the National Guard,” Smith said when asked about the spat.

“I saw the devastation. I saw the looting going on. People were all over the street. Things were out of control. Someone even tried to break into my car with me in it. The mayor felt the resources we had were fine,” Smith recalled.

“In the end, I was correct and the National Guard got involved.”

Bloomberg had initially said, “The NYPD is the only people we want on the street with guns.”

Emperor Bloomberg’s spokesthing denies this took place, but who can believe anything they say?

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6 Responses to “NY State Senator to Bloomberg Post Sandy: Please Send National Guard; Bloomberg: ‘Fu-k You’”

  1. Horatius on 19/19/12 at 9:30 am

    Bloomberg simply doesn’t want to give the military honor as an organization more squared away than nanny-state government. Or so it seems.

  2. txmarko on 19/19/12 at 9:47 am

    What Bloomberg meant to say was that HE and all HIS loved ones were perfectly safe, surrounded by a ring of armed goons with orders to shoot to kill anyone who dares to look at them funny.

    Eat your Cake, New Yorkers….

  3. Rich K on 19/19/12 at 10:36 am

    The People of NYC really REALLY deserve this guy as Mayor. Liberal Hell is paved by guys like Bloomy.

  4. Nick Shaw on 19/19/12 at 11:23 am

    Is it just me or has the looting angle in the Sandy hit areas been played down an awful lot?
    People seem to be talking about it but, you don’t see much coverage in the LSM.
    How about arrests? Where is the reporting on them? There must be a lot if there’s any correlation to the stories from individuals.
    One would think someone is being “protected” by the lack of reportage, don’t you think?
    Who could that be and why is the LSM ignoring it?

  5. Ray Van Dune on 19/19/12 at 1:23 pm

    “One would think someone is being “protected” by the lack of reportage, don’t you think?”

    The duece you say! Such a thing could never happen in the most transparent administration in the history of the universe, especially with our brave media guardians of the public’s right to know constantly asking all the tough questions, and making sure that Obama and Bloomberg are held accountable for any problems that arise!

    Well yes, I might have had a couple of tokes this morning – why do you ask?

  6. Sandy Norris on 19/19/12 at 4:25 pm

    The man is beneath comtempt. But, hey, the New Yorkers love him as they voted for him 3 times. Who am I to judge.