Mayor Bloomberg went on a spitting-mad rant against a city cab-fleet boss who won a court victory over Hizzoner’s planned “Taxi of Tomorrow” — vowing to “destroy your f--king industry” when he leaves office, The Post has learned.
A fuming Bloomberg made the threat against Taxi Club Management CEO Gene Freidman at Madison Square Garden’s private 1879 Club during last Thursday’s Knick playoff game, a witness said yesterday.
“It was like Gene had kidnapped his child. He used the f-word twice,” the witness said.
Freidman confirmed the blow-up to The Post, and said Bloomberg’s tirade included the warning that, “After January, I am going to destroy all you f--king guys.”
That’s bad news for Bloomberg’s political enemies, who could all become targets once the revenge-minded billionaire has nothing but time on his hands.
Read the whole article and tell me that Bloomberg isn't a threat to us all once he leaves office.
He's got an "Enemies List" in his head of people and groups he's going to get even with and he's got the billions to do it.
This is scary stuff.
Don't know how you stop a billionaire intent on using his money to destroy people or groups he doesn't like.
But we're going to find out in January once Bloomberg leaves office.
Because it seems so long as he remains on this mortal coil, he is going to be looking to get even with people he feels have screwed him or beaten him.
That group includes not only the taxi industry but also the NRA, gun owners, the soda industry, teachers, teachers unions, government workers, and anybody who was opposed to his bike lanes, congestion pricing or Manhattan stadium.