Eric Adams is not only a black supremacist but a politician, too—and a particularly pointless one at that (pardon the redundancy): he's president of the Borough of Brooklyn in New York City. Yes, that would be the same City already cursed with more "public servants" than rats per square mile. So what does the "borough president"—and there are five of 'em, one each for Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn and Staten Island—find to do in that toxic stew? Not much, as even Pravda—er, the New York Daily News acknowledged: "Useless wastes," it complained in 2009. "Borough presidents don't do much except spend tax money."
And how! Eleven years ago, the Big Apple's subjects were paying these parasitic "presidents" $150,000 annually while also "provid[ing] them with a car and driver"—both "car" and "driver" should be plural— as well as staffs: "assistants to the president" who earn[ed] between $35,000 and $136,420" in 2014; "administrative managers" at anywhere from $60,000 to $124,353 per year; and "administrative staff analysts" ($49,492 to $109,664). I shudder at how the wages for these sinecures must have escalated over the last decade.