New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) has once again found himself in a sticky situation, and this time it’s all about his tall tales. The New York Times has exposed Adams for fabricating a heartwarming story about a fallen police officer whose photo he claimed to have carried in his wallet for over 30 years. But as it turns out, the photo was actually created by Adams’ own staff in an attempt to make him look sentimental and devoted to law enforcement.
Now, I don’t know about you, but when someone starts making up stories about carrying around a fake photo in their wallet, it raises some serious eyebrows. It’s like Adams is trying to convince us that he’s got a heart of gold, but all he’s really got is a wallet full of lies.
This is just another example of Adams’ tendency to stretch the truth and embellish his personal stories. He claims to be a man of the people, someone who can relate to the working class, but how can we trust him when he can’t even keep his own stories straight? It’s like he’s taking a page out of Joe Biden’s playbook, where making things up is just a normal part of being a politician.
And let’s not forget about Adams’ recent altercation with an 84-year-old woman at a community meeting. Instead of addressing her concerns about rent increases, Adams resorted to name-calling and playing the race card. It’s clear that when confronted with criticism, Adams likes to deflect and attack instead of listening and engaging in a productive conversation.
As a conservative, I find it particularly concerning that Adams has shown a disregard for the truth and a lack of respect for his constituents. He may have won the mayoral election by presenting himself as a sensible Democrat, but his actions since taking office have proven otherwise. It’s no wonder that social media is ablaze with criticism of Adams, with some even calling him “The Lying King.” Ouch.
— New York Communities for Change (@nychange) July 6, 2023
It’s time for New Yorkers to take a closer look at who they elected as mayor. Do they really want someone in office who can’t be trusted to tell the truth? I think not. We deserve leaders who are honest and transparent, not ones who make up stories and play political games. Let’s hope that the people of New York City hold Adams accountable for his tall tales and demand better from their elected officials.
Source: Red State