New York’s young ‘reformers’ still play the favor game

Well, successfully, successfully: At least one in all the state Senate’s new progressive reformers seems capable of play by the outdated “you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours” tips.

No one who was in the room is occurring the report about merely what occurred on this week’s shouting match between veteran Sen. Kevin Parker (D-B’klyn) and newbie Sen. Alessandra Biaggi (D-Bx./W’chester).

But NY1’s Zack Fink tales that a variety of sources affirm that she at one degree instructed him he should “thank” her for doing him the favor of quashing an ethics investigation.

The investigation would have been about his “kill yourself” tweet closing December at GOP staffer Candice Giove after she outed his parking placard abuse. When Biaggi took the Ethics Committee chair in January, she opted to not pursue an inquiry in opposition to Parker. One of her spokesmen outlined that Parker had “admitted he was wrong and apologized.”

Despite the anger administration counseling he’s since obtained, Parker blew up as soon as extra on this week’s caucus meeting to debate social media ground tips. He complained that new members had been too quick to publicly slam fellow Democrats; she responded by mentioning his “kill yourself” comment.

That’s when the shouting started — and Biaggi reportedly talked about her demand.

Biaggi’s response to Fink’s account: In a tweet, she known as her comment “unacceptable” and claimed that “if the matter comes before [her] committee, which it has yet to do, I will put it through to the full extent of my power.” That correctly skips over the indisputable fact that she has already chosen to not have the committee take it up.

Whatever change these progressives are bringing to Albany, it plainly doesn’t embody closing down any “favor banks.”

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