NYC is on the way to becoming worse now than it was in the years before Giuliani. The way these two are going it’s like they are treating those dark days as a goal to strive for rather than a disaster to be averted.
Matt Palumbo is the author of Dumb and Dumber, a book that tracks the miserable leadership of the state and city of New York, and after two months of denials from billboard operators, he’s launched an ad for the book in the borough of Queens. The book, which illustrates a stark and steep timeline of New York’s decline under Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio, respectively and jointly, did not get a warm reception from advertisers. “The book was released in February,” Palumbo told The Post Millennial, “and we’d been trying to get a billboard every day since. We got rejected from advertisers for the past month and a half, with every other vendor in NYC rejecting it because it’s a conservative book.” In Dumb and Dumber: How Cuomo and de Blasio ruined New York, detailing the disastrous leadership of New York during the pandemic, Matt Palumbo meticulously sorts through the timeline that took the state and city of New York to its knees under the dysfunctional leadership of Cuomo and de Blasio. While much of the critique of Cuomo has to do with his handling of the pandemic, the condemnation of Bill de Blasio is much more severe–and its implications for the city are terrifying. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo spent nearly a year in the media spotlight, being praised for his leadership, governance, and folksy, paternalistic style. For those outside the Big Apple and its surroundings, he was portrayed by the media as a clear-headed, competent leader guiding the ship of state through dangerous waters. But upon closer inspection, it’s clear that both he and his NYC counterpart Mayor Bill de Blasio were barely more than bumbling fools leading city and state to ruin.Author erects Cuomo and de Blasio ‘Dumb and Dumber’ billboard in New York | The Post Millennial