Sunday Talks: Steve Bannon Discusses Story of Bloomberg/Clinton Ticket…

Steve Bannon appears on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the recent story about billionaire Michael Bloomberg considering Hillary Clinton as vice-president on a 2020 ticket.  Bannon says there is validity to the Drudge story that initiated a great deal of media discussion, I disagree.

Bloomberg is good at playing media for his interests and this story lines up more with a Bloomberg operation to advance a nomination narrative. I strongly sense this story is a psychological game initiated by Bloomberg, and Bannon fell for it.


Notice how the story, by itself, positions Bloomberg as the presumptive nominee. Discussion of Bloomberg’s VP selection inherently implants a narrative that Bloomberg will be the nominee. Thus this is more likely the real motive for the story, and not the details within the story itself.

That approach, establishing the baseline psyche, is typical Club strategy. The more the Club (and their corporate media) can keep discussing Bloomberg as the nominee, the better it is for his nomination to succeed.

To be the nominee Bloomberg first has to get past Bernie Sanders. The ‘Never Bernie’ coalition will fall in line to the Club plan, they will put up no resistance. However, the real energy within the Democrat party is behind the AOC-Bernie caucus.

The strategically placed “rumor” per se’, appears to be more about positioning for Bloomberg, which is step one. The VP comes much later and will predictably be the bridge between the Club and a massive group of disgruntled activists.

If the DNC can pull-off the Bloomberg nomination; and assuming Bernie would not be the VP choice; Bloomberg’s VP selection will most likely be a progressive woman; and that woman has to be so appealing to the AOC-Bernie group that her appearance will heal the massive fracture created by the Club’s scheme to circumvent Bernie. It will not be Hillary Clinton because she does not fit that role; and it cannot be AOC.

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103 Responses to Sunday Talks: Steve Bannon Discusses Story of Bloomberg/Clinton Ticket…

  1. not2worryluv says:

    Well Bloomberg is going to have to find some one 5’2″ just for the optics and someone willing to take the role of VP slightly below a dog catcher in influence.

    Liked by 6 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      One thing the democrat party should have learned from the last election is more money does not win an election against Trump. So what did they do? They brought in Mini Mike more money Bloomberg.

      They do not have a plan, they do not have a candidate, more money does not solve the problem.

      The problem with the democrat party is they are all followers. They cannot build a leader from their ranks because everyone has to tow the party line. If you do not tow the party line you are a Russian asset or however they attack you.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Bannon has his downsides, but he is right that the DNC still has NO CLUE why they lost to PDJT.

        Remember the ‘autopsy’ report, prepared by the RNC, after they lost in 2012?

        An organisation like RNC or DNC can not accurately engage in such introspection.

        Interesting at the end, Bannon said he thinks China economy is imploding.
        He IS pretty expert on China, and economics. Is it possible coronavirus, or the CCP responce to it, will be the straw that breaks the camels back?

        No ill will to CHINA, or the Chinese people, but seeing the demise of the CCP would be good for them, and the World, IMHO.

        Liked by 4 people

        • BitterC says:

          Not necessarily. If China implodes over the virus, the economic shockwaves will be felt worldwide. It could also destroy Trump’s economic success here. It is something I have just started worrying about

          Liked by 2 people

          • Dutchman says:

            Well, I wouldn’t worry TOO much.
            The World economy has been down, while US has been up, for almost all of PDJT’s term.

            He has accomplished a degree of uncoupling, ‘innoculating’us from the vagaries of the World economy.

            Could be an implosion in China will only accelerate what he has been doing.ŕ

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        • China will get propped up as they are the model nation for the “new” world “order”.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Dutchman says:

            Propped up by WHO?
            Conmunism collapses when they run out of other peoples money.

            The EU is conmunism lite, and they and China were both propped up with OUR $.
            There is no other country that could finance China.

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            • Deb says:

              We have been propping them up since the 1970’s. It is our money that runs their economy, the majority of their population can’t afford to buy most of the goods American companies use their labor to produce.

              Liked by 1 person

            • The Devilbat says:

              It won’t be a country, it will be the Rothschild’s who make sure that China does not fail. It is they who are behind the new world order with its single communist government. The world’s banks will pour in all the money that china needs.


  2. Ausonius says:

    Shrillary/Gloomberg would be the only ticket she would agree to.

    Once you run for president – if you are Shrillary – you never come back as a V-P candidate!

    EGO prevents it!!!

    Liked by 8 people

  3. Bannon looks like Lincoln after his 5 day bender. Lincoln is quoted as saying after sobering up “ I freed the what?”

    Liked by 1 person

  4. evergreen says:

    Still convinced it’s going to be Hillary on the top. Perhaps Bloomberg at VP, but only after the votes fail first, and someone proposes HRC, and everyone says, “why not?” Besides, makes for the great base-rallying comeback rematch Clinton vs. Trump–Just Desserts. Figure the DNC knows the election is lost anyway, so why not go for broke?

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    • Bob says:

      Mike is a Cub Scout compared to the Clintons in dirty political tricks department. If he were to get into the White House….he would be President and lap dog, while the Clintons continue to trash America right where Obama left off.

      Getting in is not an option….

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      • Pale rider says:

        They stole the silverware, pretty much says it all.
        If we had a JUSTICE dept they would have went after hillbilly bill.
        Hillary destroys evidence?
        Looking at present history, without jail or prison we just invite these people back to keep taking ‘pot shots’ at our constitution.
        Hillary may run just to keep out of jail.
        Build some gallows and they will come.


      • Revelation says:

        “Mike is a Cub Scout compared to the Clintons in dirty political tricks department.”

        Well the Clintons have a larger bodycount than Hannibal Lecter.

        Liked by 1 person

  5. Don McAro says:

    No way Sanders. Amy, Pete or Biden let bloomberg go anywhere…
    They are going to destroy him completely and thoroughly…..
    Again they have nothing to lose…and everything to gain

    Liked by 3 people

    • kleen says:

      They are not “letting”, Mini Mike is buying people. Lot’s of money being thrown around. He said he would spend 2 billion of his own money.

      He will buy his spot as a nominee, the others will be compensated for their spot.

      The nomination is for sale and Mini Mike already said he wants to buy it.

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      • Deb says:

        They are letting him buy it because they know their other candidates can’t win.

        I really hope they bring Hillary back out. That might guarantee a 49 state landslide. California is too corrupt for anyone but a Dem to win.

        Liked by 2 people

  6. Cheryll Long Ruley says:

    Bannon said at least a month ago, long before this so-called breaking news from Drudge, that Hillary would enter the race at some point.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Derek Hagen says:

    I’ll go you one better, Sundance. The real set-up is that what you say will play out, but Hillary will make sure that there will be enough bad press on Bloomberg so she can push for a reversal of roles and run for president herself. I’m of the opinion that she will never give up, ever, and I’m sticking with it.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Hillary can be “point woman” for Ukraine. She might make more money as Vice President because she will have more time to wheel and deal while Bloomberg does the official function stuff. She can make billions just reversing trade deals with China alone.

      Liked by 1 person

    • MD says:

      Agree, Bloomberg knows he’s not going to win. This is just another angle to get Hillary in the race.


    • MaineCoon says:

      My thought also. She comes out from behind the curtain to save the day during the brokered D convention thereby now lowering herself to the level of running during the primaries against the “beneath her” D candidates. She even debunked running as VP about a few weeks ago, not that it isn’t beneath her to lie or even retract it, but I do think running as VP would be too humiliating for her not to mention her pride.

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      • lady4trump says:

        I think Hillary would do ANYTHING to be on the ticket, and Bloomberg being in the top spot wouldn’t be for long. Arkancide, you know. He would be crazy to have a death wish like that! But then, he has TDS, right?


  8. Mortimer says:

    Sundance is pretty much in line with my initial thoughts.

    I would add that Bloomy is also doing this because it serves to “demote” the Hag to VP level. Thus lessening her chances of getting the nomination by hook or crook.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. sickconservative says:

    He better have a food taster to be safe.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Flight93Gal says:

    OK, how about this consideration Sundance and CTH readers?

    The “progressive” that Bloomberg selects if/when he wins also has to share one GIANT character trait with mini-Mike. This progressive must be above all else a “technocrat” who has a government solution for everything!!! Everything. Enter Elizabeth Warren.

    Yes, she may be 1/2 inch taller but that’s a very minor negative.

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  11. Marc says:

    Bannon pushed to elect Roy Moore(against the wishes of POTUS) and that got Alabama a Democrat Senator in Doug Jones. Steve Bannon is smarter than he is wise.


    • albertus magnus says:

      Amen, Marc.

      Bannon was fired by PDJT and then he went on a national media tour to hurt the President. He wants to be a politcal kingmaker. His politics are MAGA leaning but are not supportive of PDJT. He, however, needs those of us that support PDJT to support his machinations. So he goes on any willing media outlet he can, talks our issues, applauds PDJT without ever really fully getting behind him all so that those who want their hopes raised and their pipe dreams supported will start thinking he is on board the Trump train.

      Hillary is NOT going to be on the ticket. However, it draws clicks, listen-to’s and attention, so he promotes the theory as any good media-whore would.
      What a snake oil salesman!

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      • Ok, but what if it turns out that he is right? There is info out there that mini-mike is “tapping into klinton resources”… with Capricia Marshall. Way “inside” the machine.

        I can see the krooked klinton’s angle here…


        • albertus magnus says:

          Well, i think many in the Democratic party believe that the ONLY reason why PDJT won was because America hated Hillary more. Not the Clintonistas so to speak, but those in the party who would be considered party bigwigs who arent part of the Clinton machine.

          No way they, who would be a big part of the anti-Sanders contingent in the Dem establishment would work so hard to defeat Sanders and then put Hillary on the ticket.

          Will never believe it.

          Believe if Bloomberg gets it, it will be Amy Klobachar. Just my opinion.

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      • Marc says:

        His “War Room” show made sense until I realized it was just a marketing ploy when Coronavirus became a thing and he added “Pandemic” to the title just as the Senate impeachment vote was about to happen. All to keep the attention on Bannon.


  12. Chewbarkah says:

    Bloomberg probably floated this chunk to see if he gets a polling bump from it. If yes, he could try to work a deal with her. If not, er, that was just a rumor.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. bessie2003 says:

    This makes so much sense, Bloomberg’s using the Clinton name to have it associated with his in the upcoming caucuses/primaries. Don’t think that the Clinton gang is going to like being used that way, that’s like playing with fire.

    Bannon’s right about one thing – this is going to end up being the nastiest campaign in American history; and our history has a lot of very nasty campaigns.

    Liked by 1 person

    • What if they are allowing mini-mike to use it? Getting control of things early, or planning to?

      That’s definitely the klinton way. killery may think she can just take mike out herself for a change… and move right up!

      These people are all sick and will do anything to regain power.

      Liked by 3 people

  14. Gunner says:

    I’ll continue to say it: nothing will advance from the DNC convention without the evil bitch’s approval/endorsement. Why do I say this? With the mountains of evidence of her lifelong corruption and criminality, she still walks our streets, rakes in millions, and laughs at us all. Because she can…and she knows no one will stop her.

    At least not yet!

    Liked by 2 people

  15. bulwarker says:

    Hillary can’t be seen as nomination seeking again, with the result being the same: the club handing her the nomination. This move allows her to get involved in the election process, without officially running, all the while avoiding any incoming flack (Bloomberg is the human shield). At the brokered convention, after both Bernie and Bloomberg fail to secure the nomination on the first ballot, the supers can step in and steer it to Hillary as the compromise. The old compromise: neither side gets what they want, but lucky us we have an alternative, seasoned politician in bullpen ready to lead!

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  16. Bob Guzzardi says:

    sundance’s insights are original and compelling ” If the DNC can pull-off the Bloomberg nomination; and assuming Bernie would not be the VP choice; Bloomberg’s VP selection will most likely be a progressive woman; and that woman has to be so appealing to the AOC-Bernie group that her appearance will heal the massive fracture created by the Club’s scheme to circumvent Bernie. It will not be Hillary Clinton because she does not fit that role; and it cannot be AOC.”


    • This angle of it makes me think about going to do some research on the klobuchar family and any ties to mini-mike they may have… her and the little mayor have some deep ties to “derp state & the globalist cabal of feudalists”.


  17. MLK says:

    MSNBC and CNN were promoting Pocahontas today. The Ted Cruz of the 2016 primary.

    As I’ve mentioned before, it’s Bernie against all other candidates with delegates. If they keep Bernie in the 30-40% or so range then it’ll be easy as pie to deny him the nomination.

    The Old Colostomy Bag isn’t going to play second fiddle to Bloomberg. She’s positioning to be the compromise, with Bloomberg a Bridge Too Far for the Bernie/AOC gaggle, with her long shot odds best if she’s the only thing standing between the Democrats and a complete disaster with blacks and Hispanics.


    • Mortimer says:

      Agree. Taking down Bernie will be easy. All they have to do is get the lib media en masse to start running coverage critical of socialism.

      I believe that’s exactly what Chrissy Mathews did the other day.

      Liked by 1 person

  18. MagicTwanger says:

    I think whatever happens, it’s a win-win for PDJT. Of all the Democrats running, Bernie has the group of supporters who are the most fickle when it comes to Democratic Party allegiance. Bernie’s folks love Bernie, but they don’t particularly love the Democratic Party. In fact, they distrust it. They feel like Bernie was screwed in 2016 by Hillary and the DNC, and they’re worried it’s going to happen again in 2020. And the fact that all the legacy media is pearl clutching at the prospect of Bernie winning the nomination doesn’t help assuage the true Bernie fan’s fear. (To give them credit and despite all their harping on the loathsomeness of PDJT, the legacy media knows he will stomp Bernie, and they’re worried.) So Bernie and his groupies keep waiting for the other shoe to fall when the Dems figure out a way to get rid of him.

    If Warren, Buttigieg, Klobuchar, or the hapless Joe Biden were denied the nomination as the Democratic candidate in the national election, their fans would be disappointed, no doubt, but, for the most part, would still rally to the call and vote for the Democrat at the head of the ticket. Not so much with Bernies followers. Should the Dems get rid of Bernie (maybe the latest hare-brained scheme to team up Mini Mike with the disgusting Hillary Clinton will do it), then Bernie’s fans will either a) not vote, or b) vote for PDJT.

    Which makes it a win-win for PDJT. If Bernie hangs on and gets the nomination, he will be unelectable. It will be another Nixon-McGovern ass kicking. If Bernie somehow gets shafted by his own party, his voters will stay home or vote for PDJT. In either case, Trump wins. Trump wins!

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  19. John says:

    If Bloomberg chooses Hillary as VP:

    Mini-Mike didn’t kill himself!

    Liked by 2 people

  20. KBigg says:

    Bloomberg has $70 billion to spend. Everybody knows his money will determine the Dem nomination, whether he runs or not. The optics of this non-story are overblown. Bannon is just pointing out how Bloomberg has bought the entire party apparatus, candidates and all. Even low information Dem voters can see this, or will see it as the corrupt Dem nomination process lurches toward Milwaukee. Each day the Dems look stupider and stupider, that’s what Bannon is saying.

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  21. T2020 says:

    I think Bloomberg has been chosen to help the Clinton Foundation fill their coffers again. They have no more $$$. What better way to get the money flowing again than to push a narrative that she could be VP?

    Liked by 3 people

    • lady4trump says:

      The Clinton Crime Foundation still has hundreds of millions, since they started off with at least a billion! She might just start raking in the money again with this talk of being a VP candidate, only a heartbeat away from the Presidency. I put nothing past the Clintons, do you?


  22. MaineCoon says:

    I put the odds of a Bloomberg/Clinton ticket at zero. But it gives us something to talk about.— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) February 15, 2020

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Kimmy K says:

    Had to chuckle when I heard it would be called the “BloomHilda” ticket.

    Then thought how horrifying it would be if the “BloomHilda” ticket stole it…

    May God bless and protect PDJT
    TRUMP 2020

    GOTV, volunteer, become a poll worker, watcher, challenger.


    PDJT needs our help to take back the House and keep or better yet, increase #’s in the Senate.
    We need all hands on deck to make sure PDJT gets a SUPERMAJORITY IN 2020!

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  24. treestar1313 says:

    I wonder how Wit and Wisdom of Bloomberg will be used if it ever is? Lots of damning comments.


  25. rah says:

    “The Chinese economy is imploding”.
    I have no doubt that the ramifications for our own economy are coming but at this time it’s still humming along. This Trucker usually is off work from 06:00 Friday until 06:00 Sunday. I got back into my home terminal and went off duty at 15:00 Saturday and am now preparing to leave tonight for another run having not even gotten a 34 hour reset in.

    Having been a trucker for the last 15 years I have learned that the amount of truck traffic on the roads is a clear indication of how the economy is doing. Since the Trump revitalization of the economy took hold there have been more trucks on the road than I have ever seen. Saturday afternoon on the way to my Indiana home from delivering a load of Nestles product to Jack & Jill Ice Cream in Columbia, MD and picking up a backhaul of Gatoraid from the PepsiCo facility in Carlisle, PA there were as many trucks on the road as one would expect these days to be running on a normal work weekday even during these busy times.

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      Ramifications is the key word. Starting with 80% of our medications being made by China. And, the possibility of those medications already made their have become contaminated. And, of course shortages in terms of supplies developing.


  26. Kimmy K says:

    One scenario I heard at contested convention is this:
    Bernie gets shafted/bought out again, BloomHilda doesn’t win the nomination (rigged of course).
    Then they nominate “her” out as the candidate and Bloomberg as VP. Presto, the Beast becomes the nominee w/o any work and onward to 2020…

    Highly unlikely? IDK?
    Possible? IDK?

    I don’t trust any of them!
    The Beast has been rather quiet on the VP issue…


  27. A2 says:

    I was rummaging around the news sites and blogs this morning and I don’t know what this may mean, but I always wonder when you have a coincidence of foci. Then this interview with Bannon, after his lengthy interview with Rudy that a treeper posted (thank you, very interesting).

    Jeff Carson has done a thread (summarising an article he posted recently, giving context on the Holder, Lynch AGs) as pertains to what is happening now.

    Here is the thread, the article is embedded.

    Jeff Carlson
    1) Under Obama, the DOJ was fundamentally pushed to the left by Attorney General Eric Holder and then by his successor, Loretta Lynch.

    Then, I see another thread and article by Tracy Beanz, again focussing on the Holder, Lynch AGs but focussing on the Weiner laptop and cover-up bringing it down to the present day (Epstein).

    Here is the link here:
    Tracy Beanz
    THREAD: 🚨New at

    From the piece: Sometimes IG reports tell us a lot more than we bargained for.

    Andrew McCabe leaked a story about the investigation of the Clinton Foundation to the Wall St. Journal (cont)

    Now getting back to the point of what Bannon is talking about, the sudden Bloomberg, Hillary possible ticket.

    Interesting that these researchers going over well-trod ground again, especially the Weiner debacle, the refusal to prosecute or reveal what has been characterised as sickening behaviour by the aforementioned logged onto that server, specific interference in stopping the matter, McCabe’s role, and others.

    People have speculated that Biden got into the primary to stop investigations into his dealings from becoming public. Perhaps the same rule works for The Lunatic (HRC).

    I just find it odd that suddenly this is all coming up again…..

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      To assume this is being done without a plan is a mistake. What are their options that would make this unlikely ticket feasible? President Trump is taken out of the picture, some how, Sanders is taken out of the running. How can this be accomplished?


      • A2 says:

        I think I was looking at it from the wee possibility that prosecutions might be in the pipeline, less from the idea that a Bloomberg, Lunatic ticket was feasible.

        I agree with Bannon, and said the same thing about his money and operations turning the House and having an impact on the 2020 elections when speculation surfaced months ago that Bloomberg might run.

        Another note. Recently Erik Prince was in the news reporting the House wanted to investigate him. Interesting because he was the one who let the cat out of the bag about the wiener laptop contents.


  28. islandpalmtrees says:

    I wonder, if Bloomberg’s real gold is to divide the Socialist-Democrats into two parties instead of one? In short, to make sure the Socialist lose.


  29. kleen says:

    Mini Mike is buying everyone! He is buying his way into the nomination. He is the new slave owner, he owns a lot people who just bought and paid for.

    Do Dems think this is a good look to impress voters?

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  30. kleen says:

    A billionaire buying his way into election.

    Democrat nomination is for sale. The other candidates might as well drop out unless they can get a hold of a few billions to outspend Mini Mike.


  31. Jus wundrin says:

    I just don’t see hilly being an asset. The best case scenario is that da bern goes 3rd party and splits the vote which will give president Trump the win.

    The worse case is that da bern is paid off again with a mansion in Havana, his minions riot and burn down the big blue cities, and a majority turn on Bloomy/hilly which also leads to Trumps re-election.

    A real win-win!


  32. OhNoYouDont says:

    Bannon says there is validity to the Drudge story that initiated a great deal of media discussion, I agree with him.

    Maria B credits Bannon predicting that Hilliary wanting to get into the 2020 race back in August on her program.

    On November 18, 2018, Bloomberg donated $1.8 billion in scholarship money to the Johns Hopkins University, his alma mater, the largest gift to any academic institution in U.S. history.

    Bloomberg is proving he is willing to spend the money on political advertising, political operatives, the media, etc… If he has to buy his running mate he believes to enhance his chance at the White House, he will do it.

    The Clinton Foundation proves Hilliary can be bought and paid for.


  33. Skeeball says:

    Stacy Abrams or Michelle Obama


  34. Zy says:

    Have you seen that Trump is afraid of mini-Mike because the garbage site Yahoo says so?


  35. jeans2nd says:

    Bannon’s ego fell for the Drudge non-story.
    And Maria B knows just how to manipulate that Yuge ego. Maria B another Covfefe Genius.

    Bannon may have been Pres Trump’s best pupil, but Bannon will NEVER be as good as POTUS, due to Bannon’s yumongous ego. Until Bannon learns to laugh at himself, Bannon’s ego and hubris will continue to get in Bannon’s own way.
    Bannon yearns to be, but will never ever be, the next Andrew Breitbart.

    As for Oligarch Mini Mike’s VP – who cares?


  36. zerobid says:

    This seems like a bbg op. He is neutralizing hrc by promoting her as a possible vp. This makes D voters think of her in this context and not as a potential potus candidate herself at the convention. Hrc is likely convulsing right now because what is her comeback? Bbg clearly has engaged some top strategists.


  37. donnymo says:

    It’s clear as day to me.

    Come convention time Bernie will have at least 40% of the delegates, but probably closer to 45%. Buttjudge, Klobuchar, Steyer, Biden (and maybe even Warren) will pledge their delegates to Mini-Mike.

    The uproar from the socialists will be deafening… AOC will try to seize the spotlight and create a “moment” on the convention floor giving a speech railing a bough and paid for nomination.

    An 80yr old, white male, $70B oligarch, 5’4″ jew cannot actually be seen buying the nomination. It flies in the face of everything the democrats pretend to be for. They also realize that Mini-Mike has the personality of a tomato can. Once he’s on a debate stage against the other dems (or Donald J. Trump) he’ll be exposed as the mummy he is.

    Hillary is the bridge candidate. Clinton/Bloomberg 2020.

    Clinton’s aparatus with Bloomberg’s money is what the DNC feels is their safest bet in not being totally humiliated on the national stage and their hedge against losing the house and playing even in the senate race.

    All of us living in open primary states need to be rallying out and voting Sanders. We need to make this is brutal as possible for the DNC.


  38. Quite honestly, as a voter who over the years has voted for all parties, today I “spit them out of my mouths because they” (Rev. 3:16) “are neither hot nor cold.”

    These so-called “professional politicians” have become too (non-)professional. They don’t care about me – they know nothing about me, and care to learn nothing. They dip their fingers in their own saliva, stick them into the wind, then from this dare to tell me … anything.

    In 2016, the actual American People threw reality into their face. Did any of these people learn anything at all from the experience? Clearly, no.

    And so, they treat us to an amazing experience: here we get to watch a once-mighty American political party moving itself into the WikiPedia page of “defunct American political parties.” But this time it seems that these people are so utterly self-indulged and in such self-denial that they actually seem to think that it is their manifest destiny to go there.

    Honestly … it’s going to look very bad for you if PDJT wins in 2020 because he didn’t have a credible opponent to run against. “Is this really the best that you can think of to do?” “Are you really … God help you … that clueless?”

    Sad. Pathetic, really. But – you can’t stop them, and you can’t help them. They’re just gonna do what they’re just gonna do, and the best that you can do is to stay out of the way. 🤷‍♂️ (And put on your crash helmet.)


  39. Graham Pink says:

    Sloppy Steve – Dana Loesch.


  40. railer says:

    The Uniparty has only one goal in the D presidential nomination: To destroy Sanders. That’s it.

    Bloomberg, Hillary, Fake News, all of them are frantic to put Sanders down. They’d like to do it and have Bernie’s followers get behind their choice, but they’ll do it no matter what. Trump wriggled through, and the Uniparty wants no more wrigglers.

    Not to mention, a Sanders candidacy would force the Uniparty to get behind Trump, covertly and even overtly. He’s going to win no matter what, against anybody, but he’d obviously want the great tectonic forces to be on his side. But if Bernie gets screwed again, his followers may revolt, poisonous to the Uniparty.

    Thus, Bernie plunges Trump’s opposition into chaos, as Bannon mentions. Bernie has a committed following, as Trump has mentioned. Some of Bernie’s demographic overlaps Trump’s, and both are change agents, so there is a synergy between them, much to the Uniparty’s chagrin.

    Right now, the game is afoot. We’ll see what happens. I love that phraseology. Trump has impeccable timing, and his use of that phrase demonstrates that he’s playing the footed game, his moves are planned along multiple vectors, with enough flexibility to respond to the eventual game events. His connection with the electorate is in contrast to the Uniparty’s non-Bernie candidates’ lack of connection to the electorate. He has positioned himself perfectly, and is using the Uniparty’s weaknesses and schism to his advantage. Heads he wins and tails you lose, a classic Trumpian formulation.

    It’s fun and intellectually important to follow all this as our host does, but I wouldn’t give the Uniparty too much credit for smarts. They’re rather clumsy, and they’re floundering right now. Grasping for the Bloomberg money and the Clinton name proves this. They’re rudderless and besides I don’t think they can win no matter what they do. These are the same idiots who pumped $165M into JEB!, who got about 3 delegates. There may be trillions at stake, but more than money is required in this. They obviously haven’t figured that out.


  41. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Little Mike Doomberg could pick Romney for VP and it still wouldn’t help him beat Trump.


  42. Mike Wyly says:

    Bloomberg will end by being the most hated man in the country. To spend money in a vain shew when a person of his ilk has carte blance with the Democratic mayors of all cities with people living on the streets? He could arrange for cheap and efficient housing to be built in every big city and get the homeless sheltered before the election. Instead, he is a species of the rich young ruler to whom Jesus said to sell all he had and give to the poor – except in them days the idea that somebody had 60 billion was inconceivable, and Bloomberg isn’t young. The Psalm says “Blessed is he that considers the poor.” Wherefore, for every additional million he spends, each will increase the quantum of hatred he engenders. You have to believe in global warming and evolution cause to fall into the hands of the living God is too fearful to contemplate. And to sport himself in this manner is a joke of cosmic proportions. He’ll end up as a leper and make the Democratic Party leprous and all the money he spends to defeat Trump in the person of the nominee will guarantee the House and Senate will be solidly GOP.


  43. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    ‘Up against the wall you super predators.’ – – Bloomberg/Hillary 2020🤷🏿‍♂️


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