Throughout this electoral season, we’ve been introduced to a myriad of characters, ranging from crazy Cold War communists, to fake Native Americans, and one angry woman who likes to throw staplers at people. We even had a new age hippie palling around for a while.
When you remove all of the potential political consequences of electing any member of the circus that is the modern Democratic Party in 2020, it’s actually a pretty great show. Remember, it wasn’t long ago when many believed that there was no way anyone was going to top 2016 in terms of sheer entertainment value — yet here we are.
2020 White House hopeful Michael Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City, was a late entry into the Democratic Party’s primary contests. In fact, he wasn’t even in the race long enough to put his name on the ballot in the Iowa caucus or New Hampshire primary. But, the billionaire “centrist” has another strategy — throw money at everything that moves.
Going into the Nevada, South Carolina, and Super Tuesday contests, you can’t throw a rock without hitting an ad from Michael Bloomberg. Seemingly ever other YouTube video features one. It’s actually very annoying seeing this guy all the time…
The problems with Bloomberg as a politician (and possibly as a person) are obvious and numerous. Suffice it to say that he doesn’t exactly enjoy the best reputation with black Americans, who watched him incarcerate members of their community en masse during his tenure as New York City’s chief executive. He also earned the ire of civil libertarians for using his authority to ban large sodas, and essentially erase Second Amendment rights for New Yorkers.
But the worst thing about this 5’3 fence-sitter is how robotic and out of touch he is. Here’s Greg Gutfeld with the latest example.