From our Bureau of Lenguas Sin Pelo (Hairless Tongues)
Via channel 7 ABC, New York
Giuliani told Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza to go back where he came from.
“(De Blasio) has a chancellor that belongs in Cuba running their school system,” he said. “Maybe he should go back to Cuba where he ([De Blasio) had his honeymoon.”
Naturally, the usual suspects were incapable of understanding the reference to Cuba’s atrocious communist education system and immediately began saturation bombing of the former mayor with 50-megaton “RACIST” bombs.
Last month, President Trump called De Blasio a “socialist communist” and a “fool” who’s ruined New York City..
Rudy Giuliani drew a barrage of criticism and accusations of racism on Wednesday for saying that the city’s Arizona-born schools chancellor “belongs in Cuba.”
Giuliani took the red-baiting shot at Chancellor Richard Carranza — who’s of Mexican-American descent — while railing against Mayor de Blasio’s administration during a combative press conference in Midtown.
“We haven’t even talked about the conditions in schools, which are a sin,” the ex-mayor said. “You only get a certain opportunity to give children a good education and for some of these kids, it’s going to be blown forever because he is the mayor and because he has a chancellor that belongs in Cuba.”
Carranza’s press secretary, Miranda Barbot, said Giuliani’s comments were particularly offensive because he made them on Mexico’s Independence Day.
“A cool (read: racist, inaccurate) thing to say on Mexican Independence Day about the highest-ranking Latino and Mexican-American in NYC government,” Barbot tweeted. “Rudy and his boss never fail to show us who they are: washed up, unabashed racists at every turn.”
… Brooklyn-representing Assemblyman Robert Carroll put it more bluntly in another tweet: “Insane and racist.”