Councillor Doug Ford unleashed a war of words on Blair Tuesday.
The mayor's brother went on AM640 Tuesday morning blasting Blair, alleging there is "absolutely" a political conspiracy against Rob Ford and calling for a probe by the Toronto Police Services Board into the chief's conduct.
But Councillor Ford dropped the gloves Tuesday morning and started firing shots back at Blair.
"This has turned into politics," Councillor Ford told AM640 host John Oakley.
"I've told the police chief right to his face he's the best politician I've ever met ... he believes that he's the judge, the jury and the executioner.
"He wanted to go out and put a political bullet right between the mayor's eyes and thought that would be the final bullet to knock the mayor off. He showed his cards, he thought he had a Royal Flush and it shows he has a couple of pairs of deuces."
The Etobicoke North (Ward 2) councillor said he has asked police services board chairman Alok Mukherjee for an investigation into the chief's conduct.
"I'd like to have a probe into this," Ford said. "(Blair) needs to step down until the probe is done, there is obviously a bias right now, moving forward in this city, with the police chief against the mayor of this city."
The Fords have maintained throughout the scandal that they still support the city's cops and have come out talking about a budget increase to hire 150 more officers.
"Rob and I love our police," Ford said, specifying they support "frontline officers."
"We differentiate between the police chief and all the rest of the hardworking police officers that put their lives on the line every day for us."
Ford also questioned the release of police surveillance photos last week. The photos were released Thursday following a court fight led by media lawyers. One of the surveillance photos shows Mayor Ford urinating on a tree during a meeting with Lisi.
"Do I agree with that? No," Councillor Ford said. "Is it right? No, it is not right."
He went on to suggest every man has gone to the bathroom outside at some point including the chief.
This latest clash with Toronto Police comes a day after the mayor's office claimed the mayor's invite to the Chief of Police gala this week had been "retracted." Police officials maintain the mayor wasn't "uninvited" but they did speak with Earl Provost, Ford's chief of staff, about the "optics" of him attending.
"We were uninvited," Councillor Ford told AM640 Tuesday. "I guess they don't want us there."
Toronto Police spokesman Mark Pugash didn't fire back at Ford.
"We do not respond to personal attacks," Pugash said in an email Tuesday. "Our job is to investigate without fear or favour."