Democratic Socialist “bogeyman” Tiffany Cabán is extending a peace offering to the city’s likely next mayor, Eric Adams — after he declared war on her far-left movement.
“Nobody’s going to be surprised that we have very different views on how we achieve public safety, and there’s going to be a lot of tension and push-back there,” Cabán told The Post last week in an exclusive interview — in which she called herself a misunderstood “bogeyman.”
“At the same time, there are going to be areas where I will be eager to find common ground and I think one of the easiest places to point to is the crisis-management system,” said Cabán, referring to programs that deploy ex-cons to prevent shootings by talking down younger gang members.
“Eric has been somebody who has supported the expansion of CMS,” she said of the Brooklyn borough president. “He is someone who buys into cure-violence models.”
The socialist City Council candidate spoke during an exclusive sit-down interview Wednesday, the day after The Post reported Adams told supporters, “All across the country, the DSA socialists are mobilizing to stop Eric Adams.
Sounds like Ms. Caban is networking for the Speaker job.