Sunday Talks: Steve Bannon -vs- Maria Bartiromo on Political Pros/Cons of Impeachment…

Steve Bannon appears on Fox News with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the pros and cons of a partisan impeachment.  Bannon was one of the early political observers who identified the likely entry of Mayor Michael Bloomberg into the 2020 race.

Bannon notes that Bloomberg has enough money to outlast the field; however, I doubt Bloomberg can fill a venue. If there’s no connection to the base party voter, candidate Bloomberg just can’t win the primary.

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95 Responses to Sunday Talks: Steve Bannon -vs- Maria Bartiromo on Political Pros/Cons of Impeachment…

  1. Sherri Young says:

    Always good to have Bannon’s take on such things. He is a savvy guy.

    Liked by 15 people

    • LULU says:

      Yes, he is. Looking like a grizzled old lion that just crawled out of his den…

      This was a very interestiing interview/appearance. Recommend you watch the video.

      Liked by 12 people

    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      He’s brilliant. Great strategist. The key for him is to prevent himself from saying and doing things that make himself a greater liability than he’s worth. Because he’s worth a lot, but also he has the tendency to really shoot himself in the foot.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Revelation says:

        I think Bannon’s major problem during his WH time was picking fights with Kushner.

        If you look at some of the dud appointments (Tuillerson etc) I’m not sure Bannon was wrong.

        Liked by 4 people

        • MakeAmericaGreat says:

          Good point.

          Also, he was running a side personal PR operation. Not a smart move.

          But people learn, and I think he’s learned a lot from those early WH mistakes.


    • Roni says:

      Bannon mentioned the 31 House districts where Nancy handpicked the candidates (who won), ie Mikie Sherrill. Well, Sherrill is running in 2020, unopposed. How many of the other districts have no R candidates? RNC may have boatloads of cash but it seems they’re not spending it recruiting viable candidates to retake the House. Plus, there are a number of R reps retiring, leaving.

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      • LEET says:


        What has Mitt’s neice Ronna been up to?!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Kimmy K says:

        Great question!!
        Why is the RNC leaving seats go UNOPPOSED???

        Maybe we all need to burn up the phone lines (or in boxes or BOTH) to the RNC with that question?

        Maybe the WH comment line too?

        IMO, Ronna needed to go, LONG AGO!!

        She supported Ron Weiser (MI) for RNC chair…supposedly a great fundrai$er (40+ Million), and we had candidates in 2018 BEGGING for $$, who had no $ for ads, literature or signs.

        We lost the WHOLE TICKET.

        Where did all the $$ go Ron???

        RONNA? RONNA?
        Paging Ronna…
        (She is from MI)

        Bill Schuette (it was his turn), was a lousy candidate for Gov, but we lost the WHOLE DOWN TICKET too!
        No $ for the 3 proposals either. No signs, lit or ads!!

        We now have legal marijuana, same day voter registration and “Voters Not Politicians” which is a bunch of unelected beaurocrats (appointed by our Dem SOS), who get to redraw the district lines in 2020.

        The REAL SCARY thing…
        Ron Weiser is now the REGIONAL CHAIR FOR SEVEN STATES!!!

        God help us.
        KPP! Keep Praying Please!
        MAGA/KAG TRUMP 2020

        One of the best things I ever learned from TCH:
        (and which many people I have spoken to can agree on, even if they don’t want to talk politics) It’s the UNIPARTY!!

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    • SouthernTrumpette says:

      Bannon always has an interesting take on things. Link to his podcast channel :

      Liked by 2 people

  2. Reserved55 says:

    I watched this morning.
    Bannon labels Banning Bloomberg a centrist. They are ZERO centrists in the Dim party.
    If they believed in America and our Constitution they would not have any affiliation with the Dims.

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  3. The democrat’s greatest asset is a base of supporters who aren’t bright enough to realize (or simply don’t care) when their intelligence is being insulted.

    The democrat’s biggest liability is their assumption that the electorate at large is as dumb as their base.

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  4. alonzo1956 says:

    Bloomberg will have a difficult time getting the Black vote due to his stop and frisk policy as Mayor of New York. Without the black vote, he is through. I felt his recent apology rang hollow, however I am not black and haven’t a clue as to how the majority of Black and Brown voters felt. The economy is likely to be the deciding factor as usual.

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    • ALEX says:

      The other dynamic I will be watching is the Sanders/Squad. Bloomberg is blood boiling to that Marxist crew and they are already calling him out.

      Liked by 4 people

      • alonzo1956 says:

        It is certainly going to be interesting to watch. Bernie was calling Bloomberg out a few days ago after the $31 million ad buy, as someone buying their way into power. I already bought my popcorn, You?

        Liked by 2 people

        • A2 says:

          I think tthe most salient point Bannon made is that Bloomberg, even if he loses—the primary or general election, has enough dollars and infrastructure to keep the House and flip the Senate.

          Liked by 3 people

        • ALEX says:

          Oh, I’m looking very much forward to the democrat Convention. Bernie and the squad have no love for the Pelosi wing and want them gone. Watching Pelosi deal with Bloomberg as well.

          Liked by 1 person

          • A2 says:

            I posted a thread below you may find interesting. It reveals much on Bloomberg’s money and influence. Very interesting comments also. He also addresses the Bernie wing. And this is from a Democrat.


    • Roni says:

      Bloomberg may become acceptable to minority voters if he has Deval Patrick as VP….and of course, trot out Hill and Bill and the Obamas to support them.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Sentient says:

    Bloomberg has a natural constituency among Democrats seeking a candidate who spoke in favor of George W Bush at the 2004 GOP convention.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. ALEX says:

    I liked Sloppy Steve’s use of Crony Capitalism when discussing Slow- Sleepy Joe and Hunter Biden. That’s exactly what it is and Hunter admits as much when he says he gets paid for exisiting.

    Sloppy Steve is a good speechwriter. Like to see some collaboration again with the President on some zingers centered on economic Nationalism.

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  7. IGiveUp says:

    “Bannon notes that Bloomberg has enough money to outlast the field; however, I doubt Bloomberg can fill a venue. If there’s no connection to the base party voter, candidate Bloomberg just can’t win the primary.”

    I don’t like Bloomberg for many reasons, but he’s no dummy. Why doesn’t he see that Trump is about to destroy the Dem media and Dem political world and get re-elected in a historical landslide? In this scenario, no Dem can be President,nor would be for a decade or more.

    In the alternate scenario where the Deep State wins and removes Trump and institutes the socialist paradise here, why would anyone want Bloomberg? We’d get our Fidel, not Mike Bloomberg.

    What’s the logic behind his candidacy?

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    • Skippy says:

      Power and $$$.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Roadagent says:

      Just because Bloomberg created a great business model, no one should consider him a brilliant man. I have seen him speak about his signature issue, gun control, with a TV reporter who was herself surprised at some of the ignorance he displayed about simple firearms concepts. Also, see the famous interview with Margaret Hoover where he insists that the communist dictator of China, Xi, has to keep his “constituents” happy or he’d lose his office.

      He is a bored. old billionaire with a huge ego, surrounded by sycophants who constantly tell him how fantastic he is. That’s why he’s running.

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      • Chewbarkah says:

        Xi does have constituents he has to please — the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party.

        Liked by 1 person

      • zimbalistjunior says:

        correct…he was a lousy, deluded mayor
        he has been a lousy deluded candidate and so he will be again

        political consultants looking to take advantage of his delusions are pushing this

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        • PatriotKate says:

          Gonna be some funny tweets from the Prez about Nanny Bloomberg. That’s all he needs to call him. Stop and Frisk kills minority support. Suburbia dares him to try and limit you size on sodas and rural of course will cling to the guns. His money and organization are all he’ll contribute. He can’t even compete with the crazies they already have running.

          I think it’s going to end up School Marm Pocahontas and President Trump will have a field day.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      Sometimes its not logic. It’s arrogance. When your money has bought so much, you think it can buy anything,It’s easy to understand. Political prostitution is rampant.
      What I think Bloomberg doesn’t understand, just like Hilary, is there are actually more independent thinkers among the Deplorables than these arrogant so and sos ever imagined-even in spite of Donald Trump.I look forward to the moment they realize he has beaten them AGAIN.

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    • GB Bari says:

      No real logic other than……..
      1. He’s got a ton of money to throw at the election and Bannon notes that Bloomberg is a savvy investor into political machinery

      2. Ego. Bloomberg’s own sense of inevitability; that he has earned the right to the Office. It’s a powerful and hypnotic drug that drives many men toward power.

      Although President Trump also has a sizable ego, he went into this job for entirely different reasons that came shining through in his campaign, and that are glaringly obvious in all of the years-old videos of him being interviewed on tv shows and talking about China and the state of Washington politics. PDJT touched (and co tines to touch) people in a way no other politician has ever touched them.

      Bloomberg won’t even come close.

      I’ve know a few short men in high positions. None of them were warm, pleasant genuine-appearing individuals. All were cold, chip-on-the-shoulder types who seemed to be always trying to prove their authority.
      I’ll bet anyone Bloomberg eventually fails the screen test in front of the American electorate because he cannot deceive them for very long.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. JohnCasper says:

    There was a old witch of a speaker
    Who smiled as she tried to impeach a Trump Tiger
    They came back from the ride
    With the old witch inside
    And the smile on the face of the Trump Tiger

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  9. Annie says:

    this popinjay doesn’t resonate with most people….forget his policies..his optics are awful..he is devoid of personality, he comes off as a snob….someone ask him if his other WH would be his estate in Bermuda..when he goes from Thur to Monday..will his girlfriend be considered FLOTUS??..and he is a midget…

    Liked by 3 people

  10. realeyecandy1 says:

    But Bloomberg can actually BUY arses to fill up a venue~~~~~ Don’t you all remember when the HagHitlary and Obozo PAID people to show up for rallies.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. dwpender says:

    Sundance is right. Bloomberg has NO chance to win the Democratic nomination.

    We will now be treated to weeks and months of very excited meeting telling us how his entry has reinvigorated the race (i.e., we expect to make boatloads of additional money on “election 2020” coverage because Bloomberg has joined).

    AG Barr and US Atty Durham: Any chance you can provide us news that IS important soon?

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  12. Seadoc66 says:

    TO: President Trump, Americans
    cc: All on the Left and on the Fence

    RE: Before proceeding making America great let us thank Nancy and her gang!

    Americans, let’s all thank Mrs. Pelosi, Adam Schiff, and all of those players in the Congress, the bureaucracy, the media, etc… who have participated in what I will simply refer to as a ‘Resistance Movement’. They have validated without a reasonable doubt not only the 12 lessons learned (see below) that I introduced to the citizens of my community in 1989 after 26 years as a military officer and into my third year as their police chief, but the four I have added since President Trump’s election. Also, their actions have started an avalanche of information revealing a level of corruption matching or exceeding what most of us old cops came to know over 30 years ago (see next paragraph). I personally cannot wait to watch the difference styles of dancing we are bound to see from those trying to manage damage control!

    The lessons learned were to be the preface of a yet to be published book titled: Rape, Pillage, Plunder; America, You’ve Been Had! To date the book has not been published due to the large amount of still classified information therein. I will reveal that the book discusses the results of a Senate requested investigation as to the actual relationships between the governments of the United States, Panama, China, Russia, other nations, certain international banking organizations, and the international drug trade/money laundering ring operating in/around the Panama Canal. The investigation was requested to address concerns of senators regarding issues related to turning control of the Panama Canal over to the government of Panama. For your information; in addition to the names of several officials in the Carter Administration, one first term senator (J. Biden) and one state attorney general (W. Clinton) made it on to the list of individual subjects.

    Please, asking for your tolerance for one final comment from an old retired cop. The events surrounding and/or occurring within the parameters the so-called Special Prosecutor (Mueller) Investigation of Russian/Trump collusion/obstruction of justice in/around the 2016 National elections were by no stretch of any DOJ and/or other federal government statutes/laws/regulations/SOP’s/etc… an investigation. It was crystal clear that all of the activities before, during, and after the Mueller affair were/are a collection of grossly screwed up attempts to maintain the power of the long established oligarchy and distract from learning the real facts surrounding the 2016 election and post election efforts to negate the 2016 presidential elections.

    A Soldier/Cop’s Lessons Learned

    1. Omitted.

    2. The Seven C’s of Leadership according to a 1980 survey of 1646 of Vietnam era ground combat veterans listed of the order of their importance are; Candor, Competence, Consistency, Commitment, Courage, Compassion, and Courtesy. The reason the soldiers in the survey chose the word “candor” is because to them candor encompasses both omission and co-mission. To a combat soldier lack of absolute candor, be it co-mission or omission, are equal sins! In short, soldiers expect/demand absolute candor from their leaders before all else.

    3. Omitted.

    4. The American people are the most effectively lied to people in modern times thanks primarily to the American political class, the American bureaucracy, the American media, and American academia.

    5. Arrogance coupled with ignorance equals stupidity.

    6. The greatest threats to the American people are the corrupt and/or incompetent politicians/bureaucrats/academicians found at every level of government/academia, and the majority of the American so-called media.

    7. Most of the politicians/bureaucrats/academicians I have encountered during my years as a soldier/cop I most kindly refer to as; self-serving, witless, cowards.

    8. The American Profession of Arms and our brothers/sisters in blue have failed to protect the American people from all of their enemies, both foreign and most especially domestic.

    9-11. Omitted.

    12. There are only two primary requirements to be a career soldier and/or cop in America. One must be smart enough to do the work and dumb enough to take the job.

    13. American soldiers and police officers must in addition to mastering all of their professionally mandated tasks, learn to accomplish the same with at least one arm tied behind their backs and their vision impaired 50% or more. (Added 2019)

    14. After carefully watching the whole of the political class since Donald J. Trump walked down that escalator in Trump Tower to date, I can say without reservation that most of the group will sell their souls and our bodies just to remain in power. (Added 2019)

    15. Want to see what the United States of America will look like if the left takes control of the government? Take your pick, New York City, Baltimore, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, or the complete package; California. (Added 2019)

    16. If the so-called resistance movement continues unchecked a number of able veterans are going to be presented with a challenge/decision. Are the American people worth another drop of our sweat and/or our blood? (Added 2019)

    Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired
    1. Character is to man what carbon is to steel.
    2. A man who trims himself to suit everybody will soon whittle himself away!
    3. An ounce of gold cannot buy a second of time.
    4. It is far more difficult to judge one’s self than to judge others!

    Liked by 7 people

    • mugzey302 says:

      I still say that WE are The Resistance (fighting against the globalists) and THEY are The Obstructionists who are bad sports at losing the election!


  13. A2 says:

    A very interesting thread on Bloomberg by a Democrat on the inside (Center for American Progress), talking about his experiences re Bloomberg, his money and politics.
    It directly relates to what Mr Bannon was speaking about.

    Zaid Jilani
    Do you all want to see a personal story about how Michael Bloomberg’s political/philanthropic giving exerts influence over liberal Democratic institutions?

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Chewbarkah says:

    So Bloomberg essentially bought the Democrat’s 2018 House takeover. Now he will “call in chits” of the politicians who owe him for paying for their election. Does anyone else see this as corruption?

    To the extent Bloomberg identified himself as a “centrist” (that’s how Dems will see him even if we don’t), he will to lose the Socialists that comprise 25+ percent of their base. His biggest pitch is that he is a boring, staid, old, megarich, white man from NY who will restore order by putting Wall Street in charge. That’s really going to fire up the Bernie communists and minorities, not to mention American workers who will see their jobs moved back offshore.

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  15. Jack Posobiec just reported that SecNav is fired!

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  16. Bendix says:

    People got so sick of Michael Bloomberg that they refused to vote for his hand-picked successor, Christine Quinn, because she enabled his illegal third term.
    That’s how they got Bill de Blasio, who at the time seemed like a breath of fresh air.
    Bloomberg is past his sell by date.

    Rich people who are afraid Bernie or Liz is coming to take their money can just vote for Trump, with no one being the wiser.
    They don’t need Michael to save them.

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  17. donnymo says:

    Bannon always hits the nail on the head. He completely gets it. In fact I think he’s the only one outside the WhiteHouse (President Trump, Navarro, Ross, Lightzinger, Mnuchin, Parscale and Stephen Miller) who truly understands the blueprint to MAGA.

    Says a lot about Bartiromo that she’s the only one who consistently bring him on.

    I really wish there was an avenue for President Trump and Bannon to work together again. Speechwriting or consulting with Parscale because Bannon is always on message and captures the very spirit of what this movement is about.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. luke says:

    ”The democrat’s greatest asset is a base of supporters who aren’t bright enough to realize (or simply don’t care) when their intelligence is being insulted.“

    It amazes me at the lefts base’s willingness to accept lies and dismiss them as though it did not happen. However some of them are tricked by the media headlines. These left wing voters consider themselves smart. They seek comfort in feeling that they are on the same side as celebrities. I am hoping that when this impeachment farce fails either by The House or Senate that maybe some personal inventory will be taken by some of them. It’s not easy for one to admit that they’ve been lied to and tricked.

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  19. mr. deacon says:

    The left is doing exactly what I predicted they would do long ago. Humans learn and decide by compare and contrast. Too hot, too cold, too big, too small, too far left, too far right? Pelosi and Schumer battling with the AOC Squad. A hoax. Ah. Lo and behold, just as Bloomberg enters the race, Obama, the master deceiver, makes his earth shattering admonition to the leftist candidates. Beware he says; Do not go too far left in public young man. (Wait until you win) The Guru has spoken. But they are all leftist Marxists to the bone. All of them. And they are all pathological liars. All of them. There is no “better choice” of what poison to give America. It does not matter whose fire they throw the Constitution into. They will throw it into the fire. Federal control of medicine, insurance, hospitals, all professional certifications, energy, construction, imports, exports, manufacturing. Federal police. Federal education. Sanctioned media. Sanctioned religion. Sanctioned speech. All along party lines. No middle class. No dissenters. No borders. No country.

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  20. Eric says:

    The most notable thing in this interview was that Bannon confirmed that Bloomberg dumped millions of dollars in the House races.

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  21. Kleen says:

    The best way to destroy him is by calling him a DINO
    Democrat In Name Only.
    He was a Republican before. That will not sit well with the hate crowd that hates ANYTHING Republican, regardless of reason.

    Spread the word; Bloomberg is a DINO and watch him get eaten alive by the left.

    If we convince the left, Bloomberg might defeat Trump but he will take over the Democrat party and move it right.

    Lol, the satanic left will explode.

    DINO Bloomberg.


  22. 4EDouglas says:

    Bloomie is going to get pilloried by the leftist loons. love to see him in a debate with Bernie
    who would throw him iin the Gulag.. I see the dems splitting further.


  23. Doppler says:

    What if Nancy decides NOT to impeach, but to lay out “crimes” she alleges Trump committed, including Obstruction, and then takes the “high road” (fake) of putting the issue not to the Senate for trial, but to the voters. Then as Spygate, FISAGate, UkraineGate, FlynnGate, etc., etc., roll out, the Dems will call it all obstruction and misuse of DOJ, foreign policy, and the rest of the Administration to influence the 2020 election, i.e, for his own personal gain, which will be repeated constantly by the media, with respect to every Trump/Durham/Powell/IG/Pompeo/Giuliani “win:” “obviously done for his personal political benefit.” That may be their strategy, but it will hopefully lose the media whatever is left of their credibility and audience.


  24. Kleen says:

    The message needs to be, DINO Bloomberg is a Republican plant who will move the Democrat party to the right.

    The loud mouth anarchists won’t allow that.

    The socialist kids won’t allow that.

    They radicalized their base so much, they can’t go back to center. Their radicals will revolt.


  25. TheWanderingStar says:

    Bloomberg is a little late to the party with a campaign slogan of “Rebuild America”. Gonna be hard to best Trump’s America First efforts to expand the economy (2-3%+), make better trade deals, improve America’s standing in the world, reduce overall tax burdens, employ more citizens (Americans!) [near theoretical full employment] and defend America’s borders against illegal immigration, drugs and gangs (more wall than is already appropriated?). Whatcha got Mikey??? You got nothing! Your party thinks you should be ashamed of yourself.

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  26. Dutchman says:

    IMHO,…Bloomberg as Democratic nominee in 2020.

    Well, first off, having followed the Democrat Convention in 2016, I have been saying SINCE then, if the Venterists, or WallStreet faction tries, once again to game their system, to put a candidate Like Hillary, or Biden on the ticket, the,2020 convention will make the 1968 Dem convention in Chicago, look like a,’walk in the park’.

    The demcoms are STILL P.o.’d from ’16, they are militant and organised (BLM and Antifa), and they will burn the place down.

    Second, Bloombergs got money. No charisma, known for wanting to limit our softdrinks.

    Nothing against those with,…lesser stature, but him, on a debate stage with PDJT? Its gonna look like Trump should sit down, so Bloomberg can sit in his LAP!

    Actually, like PDJT and many of us, I have thought about debates for 2020 election.

    I seriously DOUBT we will see any.
    ANY candidate the Dems put up, is going to be a mop.
    There is NO advantage to debate, and every reason to believe it will be a faceplant for them.

    So, I don’t anticipate whoever ‘wins’the Dem nomination to debate PDJT.

    But Bloomberg? The optics alone would be terrible.

    And if party does what it did in 2016 (they already ARE) and rigs the primary process, to knock out the demcoms, like Warren etc. in order to put in a ‘centerist’, there will be a riot at the,convention.

    So, Bannon may be,right, Bloomberg will change the dynamics for the Dems, but it ain’t gonna help.

    Liked by 2 people

    • linda4298 says:

      I still believe it’s rigged for Joe, Joe brings the Obama black vote, and the party wants him.


      • Dutchman says:

        I don’t know Joe does much with black vote, they didn’t seem too interested in his story about corn pop, and the rusty straight razors.

        I THINK its ‘supposed’ to be Joe, as well. He’s the closest thing they got to ‘plain spoken, straight talking, appeals to deplorable types’. Thats his schtick, and its phoney as heck, and obviously shows, when compared to the real thing.

        In addition, Dems have always moved left in primaries, then pivoted to center in general.
        Joe is the only one who can even attempt such a contortion.
        Obama still hasn’t endorsed him, but no doubt will, if Joe gets the nomination.

        I really don’t think it matters WHO the Dem nominee IS, but,…We’ll see what happens!

        I DO think the Dem Convention in Milwaukee, is going to be
        “MUST see, T.V.”
        Odds are good, it will be a,clusterf*ck with a riot.

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  27. Kleen says:

    An old white heterosexual male billionaire is everything the left declared as enemy # 1 of humanity

    Lol, the irony!!!!

    Now he is buying his way into the party.

    All other candidates have been working hard, begging for donations and then comes the old white heterosexual male entitled billionaire at the last minute to push everyone else to the side and buy his way into the primary.
    Too much privilege!
    What’s not love about that?

    Bernie got hosed again, He is not the chosen one.

    Only the chosen one, an insider is allowed to win.


  28. Kleen says:

    Demoncraps have been trashing white heterosexual male for more than a decade.

    Trashing billionaires.

    They spent a decade brainwashing their base about the evil white men and billionaires.

    It did not work as they planned! A great portion of their base is not impressed with the diverse radicals running.

    Now their desperate move is to bring in the guy who represents everything they have been fighting against for a decade.

    Who is running the Democrat party? These people are just dumb!

    You can’t empower violent radicals and then turn on them.

    This will backfire!


  29. Kleen says:

    If DINO Bloomberg is the nominee, 2020 will be very diverse!!!!

    2 old white heterosexual white male billionaires to choose from.

    I’m saying it this way to piss off the left!


  30. Kleen says:


    Bernie is pissed! He has the most loyal supporters of the Democrat party.

    Bernie Sanders
    I’m disgusted by the idea that Michael Bloomberg or any billionaire thinks they can circumvent the political process and spend tens of millions of dollars to buy elections.

    If you can’t build grassroots support for your candidacy, you have no business running for president.


  31. trapper says:

    Bloomberg doesn’t know why he is entering the race. He thinks he knows, to run for the democrat nomination. He’s wrong. He is spectacularly clueless. He’s being used.

    Bloomberg serves three purposes: 1) to be one more splitter, getting enough delegates to block others on the stage but not enough to win it himself, 2) to specifically split Tulsi Gabbard’s moderate support and block her from getting too large of a portion of delegates and thereby minimizing her influence, and 3) to be a stalking horse for Hillary, to move the democrat conversation away from the left wing crazy, to highlight the absurdity of the left candidates proposals, to clear the way for Hillary to come in as the single moderate compromise candidate on the second ballot at the convention.

    Bloomberg is being used. Don’t tell him.


  32. ChampagneReady says:

    Bannon threw Roger Stone to the wolves and became a lying whore for the prosecution. He can go piss up a rope as far as I’m concerned.

    Trump got rid of Bannon for a reason.

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  33. mikedeplorable60 says:

    want to know more details behind our lion PDJT comments of PERSONAL problems of Mike Bloomberg. Our President doesn’t make comments without real reason. What it might be? As an jewish immigrant from a former USSR for almost 30 years I’ve predicted dissolution of USSR in 1979. I was in Afganistan in 1982 as a young officer (draft in USSR of those years) . Now I have a very worrisome feelings of deja vu and hope I am wrong. Sorry…but I feel a hostile treatment towards me with this hysteria about Russia and I am not fan of Putin


    • jeans2nd says:

      No worries, mike. Pres Trump has got this.
      It is the neocon warmongers making noises, and the President is not influenced by the likes of them.

      War with a nuclear power? Not happening.

      It is our job to go to work, and work hard, in 2020, to make certain Pres Trump is re-elected.
      Glad you are here and not back in Putin’s Russia. We need your kind.

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  34. flatlandgoober says:

    I’d attend a campaign event for Bloomberg. Even bring my own pitchfork and torch, gratis.


  35. jeans2nd says:

    Bannon has gotten back with his guys and reconnected with the Breitbart legacy, and it shows.
    Bannon’s podcast/radio show with Jason Miller and Raheem Kassam has made a world of difference in Bannon.
    Bannon should learn to stay with his own kind, if he cares to work at peak performance.


  36. ezgoer says:

    Bloomberg’s plan is not to win enough delegates in the primary to secure the nomination. There are too many candidates and the Democrat rules making all primaries proportional awards make it unlikely anyone can earn enough delegates. His plan is to be crowned with the nomination in a brokered back room convention because the big power brokers will like his money and Wall Street acceptance. Wall Street will never accept Warren or Bernie. Bloomberg is a target rich environment for Trump. Consider his vulnerabilities:
    – He’s not liked by Big Labor. Most of the unions in NYC despised him and did not endorse him. Especially the teacher’s union who he gave very little to during his 12 years.
    – He is a globalist. He supported all the unfair trade deals and practices that created the rust belt and exported millions of American jobs.
    – He will not excite the black vote. Backed Stop & Frisk.Was tough on crime.
    – While he aligns with the far Left on gun control and confiscation and extreme environmentalism, he will turn off this block because of his white male privilege. He’s the poster boy for that.

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  37. Denise S Mahnke-Pugh says:

    Steve Bannon is an effective strategist. He should remain on the top list for team members onboard the “America First” ship so that it can be righted – with a starboard list.


  38. Lt Col Covfefe999 says:

    So did Bloomberg buy the Democratic Party in 2018 and now he’s owning it like Hillary did in 2016? If so, then Bloomberg will be the chosen candidate. He will choose himself, just like Hillary chose herself in 2016.

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  39. SharkFL says:

    We all know that suspicious cat is rather suspicious. But lately I’ve noticed that he is a pretty cute and stripey fella too.


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