Quote of the Day – Cuban American NYC mayoral candidate Nicole Malliotakis on Cuba

Cuban-American and New York Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis is the presumptive GOP nominee who will take on incumbent Bill de Blasio in New York City’s mayoral elections. Nicole has always stood firm on the side of those oppressed by communism and exploits every opportunity to expose the horror and terror of this vile ideology. She understands communism and has experienced its odious wickedness in her own life through her Cuban mother and family.

This stands in stark contrast to her probable opponent de Blasio, a raving fan and supporter of muderous communist dictatorships including the one in Cuba. De Blasio thinks communism is a wonderful thing and he will never shy away from telling you so from the back of his limousine.

Via One America News Network:

“These people [Cubans] are living under a truly oppressive regime, and it’s really sad when you see it up close and personal. Many Americans think this is just about cigars and Cuban rum; no, these are peoples whose lives have been destroyed. My mother fled Cuba and she never saw her father again…”

2 thoughts on “Quote of the Day – Cuban American NYC mayoral candidate Nicole Malliotakis on Cuba”

  1. Note to Nicole: Savages have no lives to destroy, or rather, their lives don’t matter. They’re there to serve or gratify their betters, like Warren Wilhelm and his formerly lesbian wife. In other words, people who have no problem voting for Wilhelm (de Blasio my ass) have no problem with the quality of life in Cuba.

  2. As a New Yorker and a Cuban-American, I love Nicole. She’s a highly principled, young woman, but I think that her chances of winning the mayoral race in super, ultra liberal NYC running as a Republican are slim. Yes, Bloomberg was a Republican, but not really, he was a RINO and before that, Guiliani won as a Repubican, because successive democractic administrations had screwed NYC up. I mean, NY in the late 70s and early 80s was the crime capitol of the USA with extremely dangerous slums. There was even a police station in South Bronx nicknamed Fort Apache. It was that backlash to crime that ushered in Guiliani. Those conditions don’t exit today.

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