Mayor Deblasio Offering Free Therapy For City Workers Feeling Sad After Election

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is creating a ‘safe space’ for municipal employees, offering them therapy sessions to deal with election-related stress.

In a Dec. 1 email, the de Blasio administration pointed to mental health resources that are available to workers who are “feeling distressed or vulnerable following the election results.”

“We have seen the concerns expressed on social media and we are monitoring them closely,” the emails reads.

Hillary Clinton won nearly 80 percent of the votes in New York City, with Donald Trump only winning in the borough of Staten Island.

De Blasio met with Trump a week after the election and later declared that NYC will remain a “sanctuary” for illegal immigrants even if Trump moves to pull federal funds.

Even though NYC has one of the highest homeless problems in the country with homeless literally dying in the streets, a lot of which are veterans, Deblasio felt it was best to make New York City residents pay for counseling for the city’s high population of social justice warriors and weak minded emasculated males and whiny females.  Yes, I did just assume their genders.

 

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