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Snow Plows and Politics: A Frosty Election Day in New York

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Greetings, BS enthusiasts! It’s your favorite globe-trotter, Mila Harrison, back with another steaming pile of political BS. This time, we’re diving into the frosty world of New York politics, where snow plows and politics collide in a special election.

In the recent special election between Democrat Tom Suozzi and Republican Mazi Pilip, the Republican super PAC, the Congressional Leadership Fund, took an interesting approach to voter turnout. They hired their own snow plows to clear the streets and make it easier for voters to reach the polls. Now, that’s what I call a ‘snow job’!

But wait, there’s more. These weren’t just any streets. They specifically targeted key Republican precinct areas. Talk about a cold strategy! Meanwhile, the Democrats’ equivalent, House Majority PAC, did not hire snow plows. I guess they were hoping their voters had snowshoes.

In other frosty news, New York City’s first attempt at a remote snow day for schools hit a snag. Students and teachers were locked out of their virtual classrooms due to a technical issue with IBM, the tech company that provides a key part of the remote learning system. Mayor Eric Adams and schools Chancellor David Banks were quick to point the frosty finger of blame at IBM. I guess when it comes to remote learning, the city’s preparedness melted under the pressure.

So, there you have it, folks. Another day, another pile of BS. Whether it’s political parties hiring snow plows to clear the way for voters or a city’s first attempt at a remote snow day going awry, there’s never a shortage of BS to shovel through. Until next time, stay warm and keep your BS detectors at the ready!

Source: Politico

9 Responses

  1. It’s like a winter wonderland of political maneuvering. Next, they’ll be using snowball fights to settle debates.

  2. Well, well, well, looks like the Republicans decided to plow their way to victory in more ways than one. Targeting specific precincts with snow plows? That’s a cold move, even for politics. I guess the Democrats will need to up their game with some snowmobiles next time.

  3. The blatant manipulation of voter turnout by using snow plows in specific precincts is a disgrace to democracy. It’s infuriating to see such underhanded tactics being employed in politics. Shame on those who think they can buy votes with snow removal services!

  4. Ah, the lengths political parties will go to ensure voter turnout. Hiring snow plows to clear the path to the polls? That’s some next-level ‘snow job’ strategy right there. I wonder if they’ll start using leaf blowers in the fall elections.

  5. Mila Harrison always brings the juiciest political gossip! Who knew snow plows could be used as political tools? It’s like a winter wonderland of shady tactics out there in New York politics.

  6. Ah, the age-old tactic of using snow plows to plow through the competition. Who needs policies when you have plows, right?

  7. Seems like in New York, the only thing colder than the snow is the political tactics. Maybe they should try a ‘hot air balloon’ strategy next time.

    1. Maybe they should try a ‘hot air balloon’ strategy next time? Sounds like a plan! Let’s see if they can float above all that political frostiness. Stay warm and keep shoveling through that BS!

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