Failed New York Mayor Eric Adams Missing in Action During Historic Storm, Makes Brief Appearance

New York City Mayor Eric Adams is an embarrassment. In the days leading up to the historic storm covering the region, Adams has been MIA.

New York non profit, New York Communities for Change, circulated missing posters to highlight the Mayor’s absence and abandonment of his constituents.

The New York Post reports:

Have you seen this mayor?

A New York nonprofit has skewered hizzoner for being absent from the five boroughs during a historic winter storm.

New York Communities for Change posted a tongue-and-cheek missing poster in response to a city tweet earlier this week showing city leaders — sans Adams — briefing the press about the weather.

“Have you seen this man? Retweet to help us find our city’s Mayor! WheresEric #MissingMayor,” the nonprofit wrote above a “Missing Mayor” flyer which also included Adams’ height, age and weight.

“LAST SEEN: Thursday, December 22nd leaving his city in the midst of a natural disaster,” the poster continued.


Adams finally appeared in public at midnights mass on Christmas Eve.

The Post reveals:

New York City Mayor Eric Adams, who has not been seen for days amid a historic storm battering the region, was spotted attending Christmas midnight mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan on Saturday night.

When probed by The Post on where he had been for the past couple of days, Hizzoner quipped he’d been “getting some rest and hiding from The Post.”

But just days earlier on Tuesday night, Adams — who’s known for his late-night lifestyle — made sure to drop by and party at the New York Post’s Christmas bash in Chelsea.

Adams failed to attend a news conference on Saturday with Gov. Kathy Hochul and other elected officials to share recovery efforts regarding the historic storm.

City Hall has failed to address where Adams has been, but former City Councilman Sal Albanese suggested in a tweet that, while New Yorkers suffered, the Mayor was enjoying sun and fun in Jamaica.




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