Can’t wait for the editorials tut-tutting and finger-wagging at the wounded officer for showing such grievous disrespect toward the cop-hating asshole from Gracie Mansion.
One of the cops wounded in a wild Bronx shootout didn’t appreciate a hospital sympathy visit from Mayor Bill de Blasio, the wounded officer’s dad told The Post on Tuesday.
The mayor accompanied NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton to St. Barnabas Hospital overnight to see wounded plainclothes officers Andrew Dossi, 30, and Aliro Pellarano, 38.
“He wasn’t too happy about the mayor’s visit,” Dossi’s dad, Joe, told The Post at the family’s home in Rockland County
“He (Dossi) deals with some crappy people every day and getting no support (from the mayor), come on. These are the guys in the trenches dealing with anything and everything.”
De Blasio is just going through the motions. He’d rather be out organizing a protest, probably.
“Bratton seemed like a real legitimate guy. He came in three times and then the second time he brought the mayor in with him.”
The mayor apparently had little to say.
“The mayor seemed passive, like he was just listening to what Bratton was saying and what I was saying,” Dossi said.
Andrew Dossi is an Iraq vet, so that gives the angry, frothing left another reason to hate him.
Officer Dossi, an Iraq veteran, is an Army Airborne reservist and was scheduled to go to Africa in a few weeks.
That tour, and perhaps his entire reservist career, are now on hold.
“The doctor just told me the bullet in his back just missed his spine. He was shot in the left arm and the arm just doesn’t look good,” the hero cop’s dad said.
“The doctors expect a full recovery. But that arm. I just hope that doesn’t affect his career. He’s Army Airborne. He can’t jump out of airplanes with a messed-up arm.”