Mayor “Big Bird” de Blasio there is a strong resemblance. Bo says he declared his intention directly to the mayor last summer while riding on a friend’s boat in Sag Harbor. “He was standing on the dock walking around saying hello to people,” Dietl told the Post. “Nobody was inviting him onto their boats and I didn’t invite him either. All I said was, ‘Hey Big Bird, I’m coming for you.’ Then he waved to me like, ‘c’mon.’ I said, ‘New York needs a change from your nonsense and you’re going to get thrown out because I’m running against you.” Dietl, a private eye, former NYPD detective and lifelong Republican, said he will meet with a campaign strategist next week, with plans to run as a “fiscal conservative Democrat with socially inclusive.” Vote BO For NYCMayor 2017.
It’s no secret that President Donald Trump doesn’t like NYC Mayor 'Big Bird' de Blasio he described him as a “maniac” — and the “worst mayor in the history of New York City.” He also called public corruption in his native Empire State among the most serious in the nation. POTUS Trump was as harsh on de Blasio as he was on his Democratic presidential rival, Hillary Clinton. “He’s one of the most incompetent men. He’s the single worst mayor in the history of New York City,” Trump said. He noted that he has worked with mayors dating back to John Lindsay in the mid-1960s. Asked about investigations of de Blasio’s fund-raising activities, Trump said, “What he’s done is really criminal.” POTUS Trump claimed the city’s quality of life has declined under de Blasio. “All of a sudden, the squeegee guys are at the cars. All of a sudden, you have homeless people living on streets you didn’t see a few years ago, which is sad for the people,” he said. “He’s letting a great deal go to hell. The city has a lot less spirit under him, including people that work for the city. I deal with people that work for the city. They’ve lost their spirit. They’re embarrassed by him as a mayor.” Vote BO For NYC Mayor 2017.
Richard “Bo” Dietl was a New York City Police Officer and Detective from June 1969 until he retired in 1985. Bo was one of the most highly decorated detectives in the history of the police department, with several thousand arrests to his credit. There were two particular cases that represent his career highlights. The first was what former New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch labeled “…the most vicious crime in New York City history” (1981) which involved a nun who was raped and tortured in an East Harlem convent as 27 crosses were carved into her by two men, who later confessed and were convicted. The second was the Palm Sunday Massacre in 1984, which was one of New York City’s most bloody mass slayings, of ten people. Bo was instrumental in the arrest and conviction of the suspects in both cases. In 1986, Bo was nominated for the U.S. Congress by the Republican and Conservative parties of New York State for the 6th Congressional District (to fill the seat of the late Joseph Addabbo). In a 7-1 Democratic District, the Rev. Floyd Flake edged out Bo by a mere 2,500 votes – one of the closest races in New York history. Vote BO For NYC Mayor 2017.
In 1989 President George Bush appointed Bo as Co-Chairman of the National Crime Commission. In 1994, Governor George E. Pataki appointed Bo Chairman of the New York State Security Guard Advisory Council. He served as Security Consultant to the National Republican Convention and as Director of Security for the New York State Republican Convention. Richard “Bo” Dietl is the Founder & Chairman of Beau Dietl & Associates. Founded in 1985, Beau Dietl & Associates has grown to become one of the premier investigative and security firms in the nation and is a full service organization providing a wide variety of investigative and security services to corporate and individual clients worldwide. In 2010, Bo formed Beau Dietl Consulting Services (BDCS), his company recruits temporary and permanent placements in the IT, Finance, and Business verticals for global leaders and Fortune 500 companies with clients such as JP Morgan Chase, Citibank and Ernst & Young to name a few. Bo has been a Fox News and Business contributor for the past 10 years, his commentary is called upon countless times for his expertise on current events happening nationwide. For the past 30 years he has been a weekly guest on Imus in the Morning, and appears on several other Fox shows on a regular basis. Vote BO For NYC Mayor 2017.
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