"You see groups in our city that don’t have any political power and sadly are left out. You see other groups that have a disproportionate amount of power and get resources greater than what they really should have, given all of the needs of society. And you know, speaking out, I will continue to do that, but I’m trying to get everybody to speak out."
Oh, he's talking about some presidential nonsense. For a moment, I thought he was talking about the way his administration treats certain neighborhoods in Queens. With respect to downzoning and landmarking, in particular. But it can't be, because he hates it when everybody speaks out about that, and especially about him.