Everyone has a take on the latest ISIS-inspired attack on America by a non-American who had no business being here in the first place, but how do native New Yorkers feel?
In the wake of 27-year-old Bangladeshi national Akayed Ullah attaching a pipe bomb to his body and detonating it in a New York City subway corridor, the self-described King of Brooklyn, comedian Fred Rubino, shared a few, shall we say, politically-incorrect opinions on the city’s hapless leadership from behind his steering wheel.
“I just heard that there’s another terror attack in New York,” Rubino said…
Another terrorist attack! Give the list to Uncle Vito and Uncle Carmine pic.twitter.com/jnkZ6Qt0wF
— Fred Rubino (@FredRubinoGTFOH) December 12, 2017
“Oh, moron, you’re not the manager of Best Buy. You’re the governor of New York,” Rubino said of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s statement that it was a “low tech bomb.”
“Who cares what it was. What are you doing to stop it?” Rubino asked.
“And then the other moron, the Blas-hole, comes on and says ‘oh, it wasn’t a well planned attack.’ Now you’re critiquing it? That’s good,” Rubino quipped. “Let them know what they did wrong so they can improve on the next time. What a moron. Why don’t you give them a list of all the plumbing supply places in New York so the next pipe bomb can be made with the best materials?”
Joking that the leadership are “out of their minds,” Rubino wonders aloud why the terror watchlist, a list that has “only 200 people” listed on it, “isn’t posted all over the place?”
“The list of who bangs your sister is longer than that,” Rubino joked. But even so, “It should be on the scoreboard of Yankee Stadium. Everybody should know … We should all be watching because these people don’t care. They don’t care about you.”
“Let me tell you something, if I was the governor right now, you would hear me say, ‘OK, the 200 people on the watch list. We just kicked their doors in. We took them and their family and they are on a leaky boat towards the middle of the ocean.”
“Do something already! These people are putting our lives in danger. They don’t give a sh*t about us!”
Needless to say, the reaction to Rubino’s satire was strong:
— Lisa M Hayes ?? (@LisaMHayes5) December 12, 2017
Great video Fred. More please.
— Mike Ritter (@MikeRitt102) December 12, 2017
LOLOL Ill help build the boats ??
— Tw33TLeDaMe~|??? (@TweeTLeDaMe) December 12, 2017
Fred is the bomb!!
— Susan (@Susanj616) December 12, 2017
— Eddie Gonzales (@penstarimages) December 12, 2017
Wow, what Truth! I ?% agree. Love the accent!
— DCrnbsn (@ncnurse62) December 12, 2017
— Michelle Soriano?? (@mcsorianoaz) December 12, 2017
Awesome Fred Rubino?? Please Run for Public Office!
— Proud American (@proudconserva) December 12, 2017
That’s the type of New Yorker I remember people with common sense not this douch bag mayor with no balls
— Mark Cooley (@cooleymanone) December 12, 2017
— Roo (@RooRoozzz) December 12, 2017
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