Nice going, Mayor Bill “Worst-Mayor-Ever-In-The-History-of-NYC” de Blasio, using your personal security detail from the NYPD to move your daughter’s furniture back to Gracie Mansion.

Because apparently, rules are for the ‘Little People,’ not for the Elite.


City conflict of interest rules clearly bar Mayor de Blasio and his family from ordering police detectives to help move Chiara de Blasio out of an apartment in Brooklyn, ethics experts told the Daily News.

City law says it is a violation of the city charter “for any public servant to use City letterhead, personnel, equipment, resources, or supplies for any non-City purpose.”

A former high-ranking official with the city Conflicts of Interest board batted down the excuse de Blasio spokeswoman Freddi Goldstein offered to the New York Times — that the involvement of the officers was “strictly voluntary.”

“Volunteering is completely irrelevant,” said the former board official, who asked for anonymity. “If they volunteered, it can’t be on city time.”

The News reported Sunday that de Blasio ordered members of his security detail to help his daughter with the move, which sources said was carried out under cover of night.

De Blasio has said The News’ story was “unfair” — but he hasn’t denied its details….

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  1. LittlePatriot says:

    A wasted opportunity to the spread the wealth!

  2. Alain41 says:

    As a New York City resident famously said; Rules are for the little people.
    (I can’t remember if that is the exact quote or a paraphrase.)

  3. IndieGal4USA says:

    Remember the Mel Brooks movie line, “It’s good to be the King?” Well, this is DeBlasio saying “It’s good to be the Mayor!” Just be happy he won’t be POTUS.

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