NYC Mayor Adams: Low-Skilled Workers Like Shoe Shiners and Dishwashers “Don’t Have the Academic Skills to Sit in a Corner Office” (VIDEO)


Imagine if a republican said this.

Newly sworn in New York City Mayor Eric Adams on Tuesday said low-skill workers like dishwashers don’t have the skills to work in an office.

Adams made the remarks after he signed executive orders to assist in New York City’s Covid recovery efforts.

“My low-skilled workers, my cooks, my dishwashers, my messengers, my shoe shine people, and those who work at Dunkin’ Donuts, they don’t have the academic skills to sit in a corner office,” Adams said.

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NYC Mayor Eric Adams says that low-skilled workers like cooks, dishwashers, shoe shiners, and those who work at Dunkin’ Donuts “don’t have the academic skills to sit in a corner office.”

— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) January 4, 2022

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