Before the Coronavirus pandemic grabbed America’s undivided attention, NYC Mayo Bill de Blasio stood by and watched the rise of anti-Semitic attacks in New York City grow out of control.

Even though both NYC, and New York State have been controlled by the Democrat leadership for decades, and a vast majority of the state’s voters are Democrats.

NYC’s moronic Mayor tried to lay the blame for the rise of these attacks on the Jewish community on President Trump, and right-wing extremists.

So it’s not shocking to see Mayor Bill de Blasio criticizing the Jewish community.

De Blasio lambasted Jewish leaders for defying his social distancing orders by holding a massive funeral for a rabbi who died of coronavirus in Williamsburg on Tuesday night for

Hundreds of Orthodox Jews gathered in the streets near the intersection of Rutledge Street and Bedford Avenue to pay their respects for the rabbi, identified by The Yeshiva World as Chaim Mertz.

“Something absolutely unacceptable happened in Williamsburg tonite: a large funeral gathering in the middle of this pandemic,” de Blasio wrote on Twitter.

“When I heard, I went there myself to ensure the crowd was dispersed. And what I saw WILL NOT be tolerated so long as we are fighting the Coronavirus,” he said.

A spokesperson for the NYPD said officers on scene did not ticket or arrest anybody.

Photos from the funeral show that while most mourners wore face masks, the crowd far exceeded 50 people in violation of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s order.

The throngs of people were also crammed together on the sidewalks closer than the recommended six feet apart.

De Blasio blasts Jewish community for massive Brooklyn funeral

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Jewish community activist Isaac Abraham said the mayoral criticism rang hollow after large crowds congregated across the city earlier on Tuesday to watch the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds fly overhead.

“The crowd for the fighter jets today were around longer than the funeral,” Abraham said.

Abraham also noted that the funeral was not a last minute event that the city was unaware of.

Several NYPD precincts and their community affairs teams helped organize and control the event — setting up five blocks of barricades in advance to help with crowd control.

“There’s an old saying. Don’t rain on our parade,” Abraham said. “To run back to City Hall and send a tweet – this is kicking your friend when they’re down. Way down.”

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s idiocy becomes even more transparent after he was Called Out For His COVID Hypocrisy this past weekend.

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