Just hours after winning his race for mayor of NYC, radical progressive Eric Adams was greeted with a rude awakening by a huge crowd of angry New Yorkers.
On Wednesday, the same day he was announced as the next mayor of the Big Apple, hundreds of people gathered outside his downtown Brooklyn office to protest the city’s crippling vaccine mandates.
The crowd chanted “no vaccine mandates,” while several of them greeted Adams with a traditional two-word Manhattan welcome as he scurried away while sipping his smoothie.
Doesn’t seem like New Yorkers like their new mayor Eric Adams.
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Independent NYC journalist Leeroy Johnson was again on the scene to document the event.
Here is another video:
Anti Vaccine Mandate protesters are on the way to Eric Adams's office in New York City… pic.twitter.com/7lb5gQf8hF
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And one more showing the police escort exiting his building and trying to clear a path for Adams.
The protest was organized by BLM New York, which has become more active with its opposition to the vaccine mandates over recent weeks. The pushback from progressive groups in the city, especially ones as radical as BLM, is a terrible sign for things to come for the highly progressive Adams and the anti-American Democrats.