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NYC Mayor Eric Adams Slings Insults at Democrat-Run Kansas

'We have a brand. New York has a brand. And when people see it, it means something. Kansas doesn't have a brand...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) New York City Mayor Eric Adams slammed his fellow party members in Kansas for not being as cool as him and his fellow coastal elites in a recent speech.

Surrounded by a posse of hype men, Adams waxed poetic about himself and his friends in their elite enclave, slamming middle America and flyover country for their low-class status.

“We have a brand. New York has a brand. And when people see it, it means something,” Adams said.

“Kansas doesn’t have a brand,” he continued. “But New York has a brand.”

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Headline USA reached out via email to Brianna Johnson, the director of communications for Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly, and will update with any response.

There is no way to tell exactly what Adams meant by a “brand,” but it might not be good for New York.

Of course, in a look at the states side-by-side, New York, with its sky-high crime rates, absurd inflation, and never-ending commitment to diversity, does not hold up well to Kansas.

Many Twitter users were quick to fill in the brand for Adams.

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One posted a link to a recent story of a woman being brutally assaulted in a Queens subway station.

Others posted videos of insane people wrestling in the subway without clothes on.

The brand also apparently includes a mass exodus from the failing state as thousands flee to places like Florida, where some semblance of liberty remains.

Earlier this month, it was reported that a record number of New Yorkers are switching their driver’s licenses to Florida, according to a New York Post analysis of Florida’s Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles data.

New York City–the state’s major metropolitan area–has been classified as the most dangerous “sanctuary community” in America today.

“These communities have earned their places on this list because of incredibly poor leadership at the city, county and state levels,” Dale Wilcox, IRLI’s executive director and general counsel, said.

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