Christmas in New York City isn’t going to be the beautiful event that Hallmark movies are made about, this year with the bitter and revenge filled Mayor of the city, Bill de Blasio, who is being credited with is the most depressed and barren Christmas Tree, in iconic Rockefeller Plazza, that the city has ever seen.
Many residents of New York City are frustrated with what the feel is de Blasio’s attacks on the Jewish Community over policies that give him pandemic domination and also over his passive stand against crime, which is growing out of control:
Stories of Antisemitism and crime are rampant in the city.
So it is understandable how some people see a blading and demolished tree as a symbol of their city under de Blasio’s guidance.
“The Rockefeller Christmas tree, a symbol of what New York has become under the failed leadership of @NYCMayor,”Daniell D’Souza Gill wrote on Twitter.
The icon symbol of the holiday peace and good cheer is widely regarded around the world with anticipation so that even the moving of tree is watched:
Supporters of the Marxist Mayor said it wasn’t his fault that the tree was bald. Apparently, the tree took on some damage in transit. One poster on Twitter posted before and after photos of the tree.
Numerous posters online said the tree was like “Charlie Brown”, and that it did not reflect the analysis of the opponent of de Blasio’s, who said the tree was barren.
Local New York City press reported, “This year’s Rockefeller Christmas tree, which comes from Central New York, is reminding many people of Charlie Brown.
The 75-foot Norway spruce, donated by Al Dick of Daddy Al’s General Store in Oneonta, N.Y., arrived in New York City on Saturday for the annual holiday tradition. Many social media users complained it didn’t look very full after being lifted into its spot by a crane and compared it to the sad-looking tree from “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”
Syracuse.com reported on the tree and said, “The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree was cut down Thursday in Oneonta and loaded onto a 115-foot-long trailer before arriving in NYC. The tree will be decorated over the coming weeks, with added branches and more than 5 miles of lights.
A tree-lighting ceremony is scheduled for Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. on NBC’s “Christmas in Rockefeller Center” special. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there will be no public access to this year’s event, but the lighting will be broadcast on television to continue the tradition.”
Rockefeller Center remained positive that the show would go on: