New York City Mayor de Blasio’s SUV was Driving the Wrong Way when It Got into Crash — City Covered It Up
The New York Daily News broke the news today that Mayor Bill de Blasio was driving the wrong way when his vehicle crashed into a car in August 2015.
New York City officials covered this up.
The facts didn’t come up until nearly four years later.
And the communist mayor never mentioned it since the crash.
The Daily News reported:
Mayor de Blasio’s NYPD SUV was cruising the wrong way with lights and sirens blaring when it got into a car crash, sparking a frantic cover-up by his security detail, a new accident report obtained by the Daily News shows.
NYPD Det. Edgar Robles was driving west against traffic on E. 135th St. in the unmarked black Chevy Tahoe when he collided with a boiler truck at Fifth Ave. at 8:15 a.m. on a Saturday in August 2015, according to the report provided by the department. The mayor and two other detectives were in the vehicle at the time.
Both City Hall and the NYPD declined to say whether the mayor was running late. But in an appearance Friday on WNYC’s “The Brian Lehrer Show,” de Blasio expressed his displeasure with reckless drivers — on e-bikes — cruising on the wrong side of the street.
“We’ve seen them going the wrong way, weaving through traffic, going up on the sidewalks, all the things that many, many New Yorkers find dangerous and unsettling, and they can reach very high speeds,” de Blasio said.
Mayor de Blasio played stupid when questioned about the cover-up.