After Democratic candidate Mike Bloomberg’s colossal failure at the recent debate in Nevada, his relevance became much less certain. He was unable to answer basic questions about current events, and was clearly out of touch with issues that affect real Americans.
Even Democrat voters noticed — this guy has no interest in working for working people. What most Democrat voters don’t know is that two years ago, he was registered as a Republican, and he went by Michael.
Another interesting fact about Bloomberg is his personal vendetta against President Donald Trump. Bloomberg is the ninth most wealthy man in the country, and the 14th richest person in the world — and he is on a crusade to defeat Trump. His only problem is that the Democratic Party and its base don’t like him very much.
On the surface, he is everything they have recently decided marks a person as irredeemable. That is to say, he is a straight, white, male, and he’s obscenely rich. So, why is he able to stand up among the top runners? The answer is money, and the backstage support of Hillary Clinton.
The Bloomberg campaign has been astroturfing the airwaves with his campaign message, and it’s having an effect. Namely, this is the effect of keeping him in a race where the current political atmosphere would ordinarily kill his candidacy outright.
The question is, why would Hillary use her connections to help Bloomberg? She has several motivations. Number one is her desire to have a hand in defeating Donald Trump. Another important motivation is to prevent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders from winning. As anyone with the memory of a goldfish remembers, Sanders was cheated out of his chances in the 2016 race. Shortly after that, he became a suspiciously staunch supporter of Hillary Clinton.
Just days before being knocked out of the race, Sanders was calling Hillary out on corruption and lack of experience. Not only that, but on top of Hillary’s blatant cheating, she had also been entangled in legal trouble over losing thousands of classified documents. Around that same time, Bill Clinton met Attorney General Loretta Lynch in a closed discussion. Shortly after that, then-FBI head James Comey delivered a public statement declaring that Clinton didn’t intend to commit a crime, and that therefore the agency would not investigate further.
With Bloomberg money, combined with the power of a Bloomberg presidency, Hillary Clinton would be certain to escape prosecution for her crimes against Sanders, Trump, the nation, and the world. For the Democrats, this isn’t just about winning the White House anymore. It’s about covering up the crimes they committed in their vain attempts to steal power in 2016.
As for Bloomberg, he clearly has no real interest in being president. He’s 78 years old. He’s got more than enough money and power to make presidential power seem trivial, and his efforts at the debate were unconvincing at best.
Political analysts are saying that Bloomberg’s objective is to frustrate the Sanders campaign. Why? Because when a socialist revolution is completed, revolutionaries like Sanders are historically required to be disposed of — not installed in the capital.