Billionaire Democrat Michael Bloomberg Under Fire for Elitist Ridicule of Farmers…

Presidential candidate and billionaire Michael Bloomberg is coming under scrutiny for his elitist comments about farmers not being smart enough to add value in the era of technology.   In some ways it’s predictably sad, in other ways his condescension simply reflects the outlook of modern Democrats.

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While it is angering to watch this pontificating condescension; at another level it is entirely predictable. Both the old school Fabian socialist outlook and the modern Democrat ideology is based on superiority.

George Bernard Shaw, a founder of modern socialist thought, famously said at some point each citizen should be required to stand before a tribunal and explain their value. If the community does not find value in that person, then society would be better off eliminating them. You can extend that same perspective into almost every policy advocated by the current political left.  It’s a short walk from Bloombergs’ speech to the cattle-cars.

When CTH was founded we used this picture below to describe the Democrat Utopia; that picture represented where the outlook of Teh One true Lightbringer would eventually lead the party. Nothing much has changed except the clarity of their objectives:

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349 Responses to Billionaire Democrat Michael Bloomberg Under Fire for Elitist Ridicule of Farmers…

  1. Mike in a Truck says:

    Perhaps Bloomers should be forced to go without food for a few weeks and comeback and talk about farmers.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Heika says:

      Yeh Mike, and see if they can plant a ‘seed and put some water on it and turn it into a hamburger with their ‘extra gray matter’… in their red corvettes.

      Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Would not be impossible to do to an island of Leftists like Manhattan.

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    • theoldgoat says:

      I would say just have him work for a month as a farmer, aside from the heavy work, he would see there is so much he has no clue about when it comes to farming, and he would see that his estimation that farming doesn’t take knowledge and skills is woefully incorrect.

      Of course he wouldn’t last an hour doing the work. Most city people wouldn’t be able to keep up. Probably construction workers would have an easier time adjusting, but it would be eye opening.

      That he values them so little augers poorly for any legislation they would have done on their behalf in a Bloomberg regime.

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      • Ken Lawson says:

        I grew up in the city, but every summer my parents sent us to stay on a farm in Iowa and help with the farm. We learned a lot but most importantly, we learned to appreciate where food comes from and how important farmers are to the world. I’ve often thought that it’s something parents should do today, but of course the parents need to go live and work on the farm, too, so they also understand it.

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      • Pale rider says:

        But, how about if the farmer went after Bloomberg’s job? I’m betting he could in a matter of months or less maybe.

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  2. calbear84 says:

    HILLARY: I can alienate half the country with one word!
    BLOOMBERG: Hold my beer!

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  3. hpushkin says:

    Bloomberg is part of the “intelligentsia,” he says:
    Back in 2016, former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg made elitist and demeaning comments about Midwestern rubes who are too uneducated to support transgender bathroom access. …

    Speaking to an audience at Oxford University and addressing the Brexit vote, Bloomberg said, “We, the intelligentsia, the people who could make it into this room, we believe a lot of things in terms of equality and protecting individual rights that make no sense to the vast bulk of people.”

    “They are not opposed to you having some rights, but there’s a fundamental disconnect between us believing the rights of the individual come first and the general belief around the world, I think it’s fair to say, that the rights of society comes first,” Bloomberg continued.

    Then came the geographical snobbery.

    “If you want to know if somebody is a good salesman, give him the job of going to the Midwest and picking a town and selling to that town the concept that some man wearing a dress should be in a locker room with their daughter. If you can sell that, you can sell anything,” he said.
    https://pjmedia.com/election/mike-bloomberg-those-uneducated-midwest-rubes-are-just-too-stupid-for-trans-bathrooms/

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    • steph_gray says:

      “The rights of society” come first. Individuals only get “some” rights.

      Oh boy. Hitler would be so proud.

      Sundance, you nailed it with the cattle-cars comment.

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    • bruzedorange says:

      When you think about what Bloomberg was saying in the quotes above… this is actually “populism” for the blue state elites.

      It seems an interesting time in the overall campaign to be appealing to voters’ hubris. I wonder if Dems are beginning to suffer doubts, as to why Trump’s numbers are so high after an impeachement, plus 3.5 years of constant bashing and belittling by the press? Maybe the DNC is seeing evidence that some Democratic voters have begun to question their brand and are being converted by the evident wisdom of Trump’s policies.

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  4. Annie says:

    there is another word for Mini Mike that I can’t repeat..it has 4 words and may not be what you think..anyway..I look a lot at …opiics..was just looking at another of his ads right now during the Daytona 500..there was a shot of him..not looking straight ahead but shifting his eyes to the right..our left..it made him look a little paranoid ..a “scared” look..they should have re shot it.

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  5. Bert Darrell says:

    I think that Bloomberg doesn’t really care. As a candidate he’s allowed to spend as much as he wants to besmirch PDJT without violating campaign finance laws. If he succeeds in derailing PDJT’s candidacy the rats will owe him big time and he (along with Soros – purveyor of fraud) will own the government without having to do the daily heavy lifting… and will get their money back with juicy dividends.

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  6. scrap1ron says:

    This will explain it. Mike’s success is attributed to never going to the bathroom. He doesn’t need to. Every time he opens his mouth s*** comes out.

    https://pjmedia.com/election/the-secret-to-mike-bloombergs-success-never-ever-go-to-the-bathroom/

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    • X XYZ says:

      His teeth are brown and rotting. They were last time I saw them. If you don’t believe me, post a recent photo of him smiling here, including the date, that shows his teeth. Betcha can’t.

      He is ROTTEN and rotting more – he’s rotten to the core.

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  7. Heika says:

    Yeh Mike… 2% of the USA (farmers), are responsible for almost 98% of the food you put in your stinking belly each day. So yeh, they don’t matter. Man, this guy makes my blood boil. Sorry, but I just want to reach down the tube and shove a tuber up his (where the sun don’t shine). Talk about a LACK OF GRAY MATTER

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  8. Doppler says:

    I’m reminded of Stephen Ambrose’s book, Citizen Soldiers, about the American men who invaded France and conquered Germany. Two comparisons relevant here that made me proud to be American:

    1) compared to all our allies (including the Soviets) who received the same tanks we had through Lend-Lease, the average down time for American tanks was dramatically lower, because the Army tried to assign at least one farmer to each tank, a guy who had learned to maintain and repair his tractor in the field with the tools and spare parts he carried with him;

    2) compared to the Germans, the Americans were able to quickly jury-rig three-way communication systems so that tank commanders, troop commanders and pilots could talk directly and coordinate their attacks, while the German planes could only take orders from their base airport. American tank commanders and their signal corps guys rigged up phones on the sides of their tanks so infantry could talk to them without their having to stop and get out of the tank. Adaptability. Can do attitude. Worth preserving.

    The word “elite” does not appear in American founding documents, and should be considered anti-American, except that so many academics, progressives, professionals, journalists, celebrities like to self-appoint themselves to a higher status. MLK said that “all labor that uplifts humanity has dignity.” As pointed out above, Bloomberg made his money charging a lot to traders for faster access to market data, enabling “frontrunning.” Does that uplift humanity?

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      The great Eric Hoffer said all elites, even American elites, hate America, because America is a country built by and for the common man.

      Now the huge snob and elitist Bloomberg feels a powerful need to defeat the President of the common man, Donald Trump.

      Any surprise?

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    • Jeff says:

      One of my jobs in the Army was installing those phones on the outside of APC’s and tanks. Yep, had to drill through that armor, outside to in. It took a “few” minutes longer than normal metal….

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    • RightAroundTheBlock says:

      Bloomboog proved in one sentence on farming that a billion dollars don’t shed one ounce of utter ignorance.

      There is no breadth to this man.

      Mini-mind Mike

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  9. decisiontime16 says:

    There isn’t one profession in society more important than farmers. City dwellers like Bloomberg should thank his lucky stars that there are hard working people with know how that provide food for him. Otherwise, he would starve.

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    • lansdalechip says:

      Unfortunately, he has neither learned nor starved.

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      • “Unfortunately he has neither learned nor starved.” History showed how an elitist Stalinist regime after failing to collectively farm and feed the USSR….starved the Ukrainian people who were the true farming breadbasket, and falsely blaming them to death. Moscow elites knew nothing about feeding the communist nation. The elites starved the weaponless farmers of Ukraine.

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    • steph_gray says:

      Very true. And I would say that after food comes shelter, and therefore people who can build structures correctly are also very important.

      Our Builder President could attest to it!

      People who specialize solely in stock market manipulation to make themselves richer? Not so much!

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    • Jan says:

      According to him and most Dimms, rural residents should not even have the right to vote. Our elections should be decided by the major cities on the East & West Coasts.

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  10. pattyloo says:

    When Bloomberg jumped into the race, I remember hearing that was only doing it so he could spend money on anti-Trump commercials so that the chosen Dem could maybe beat PDJT.

    I recall that he even waited until after some deadline that would allow him to run, but not have to submit personal financial information.

    I got the impression that the Democrat candidates were ok with it, because Bloomberg was going to help them.

    I’m starting to wonder if he really wants to win? Because these leaks of his terrible comments about various voting blocks were probably leaked by one of the Dem candidates.

    I keep remembering how everyone thought PDJT didn’t want it, and was just doing it for publicity. And how wrong that turned out to be.

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    • bruzedorange says:

      DNC has Bloomberg there to secure an open convention.

      Bloomberg is there for the opportunity to purchase power. I just wonder if he intends to become the Don of the federal deep state mob family… or if he’s just the proxy.

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        IMO the Don. Because HRC will be too old and feckless after this election and the DNC needs a moneybags to spend down-ticket.

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      • Jeff says:

        Given what we’ve learned about him in the last few days, I think it’s the former. I don’t think he’d be satisfied being “the power behind the throne.”
        Tangentially, Hillary is of the same bent. And her as VP? Pshaw.

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      • X XYZ says:

        Only one word is appropriate:
        Kingmaker.
        Why BE a king when you can be a kingmaker?

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  11. stats_guy says:

    it is remarkable that Bloomberg doesn’t know what farming is today. Farmers are in the futures markets all the time to hedge their soybeans, cattle or whatever…I thought he was a finance kinda guy. It is a small business, using GPS equipment, hybrid seeds and all kinds of modern stuff.

    Really stupid.

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    • Excellent point stats guy.

      Bloomberg needs to see the technology we have on our new ag sprinkler that has a new computer program system.

      We can turn it on or off adjust its speed and direction and check on how it is doing all from our farm house.

      We have apps that connect it up with our lap tops our desk top computer in our home office our phones and my husband’s tablet.

      Any of these can be used to alter or adjust anything on these new sprinklers.

      We haven’t had our soil tested in a while but there are many services offered to the farmers here by bio tech firms who can tell us just about anything under the sun involving our farms soil content.

      Farmers employ these firms to give them advice on what they might need to do to improve the output of their crop yield and to keep their soil from becoming depleted of nutrients.

      Honestly Bloomberg needs to get out more, what an idiot.

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    • RightAroundTheBlock says:

      The globalization of farming requiring the financial enslavement of family farmers is not the testament to their intelligence and fortitude. Don’t fall into their traps.

      Long before “modern technology ” the intelligent cream of the farming crop rose to the top through ingenuity, meticulously detailed attention to vast variables, related to weather, soil, seed preparation and storage, animal husbandry and breeding, crop rotation, fertilization, and yes technical equipment skills and improvements, and so, so much more, including hard, often backbreaking work, determination and unrelenting drive.

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  12. czarowniczy says:

    I’ve said before that I worked with rich and super-rich Jews in Palm Beach and they’re a special class of snot. They not only go overboard to insult Gentiles but reservea special class of insults for poorer Jews.

    Mike forgets that in the 198th Century various Jewish organizations funded rural Eastern European Jews to come here and paid for them to set up farming/ranching ventures throughout New England and Jews are continuing to form Jewish farming ventures and communities to this day. Mike should know this as there were newspapers and magazines devoted specifically to these endeavors…or is it something else?

    It’s not unusual to find urban Jews who are embarrassed by their shtetl heritage, just as many black are put off by their ”kawntre’ roots. Mike’s lashing out at rural workers might just be an urban elite overreaction to a real or fear of a 3rd party perception there might be a Tevya in his lineage. We’ll know if he gets elected and orders a nuclear strike on the LDS storage site in Utah that holds a lot of Eastern European genealogical data.

    Mike’s just all out there, tipping the Democrat’s hand at their ‘destroy the private farmer’ and send anyone over 65 (younger ages to follow) zum brausebad who’d medical bills exceed the amount of change he might find in his waiting room couch. Normally the Rats coat their leftwing, confiscatory, dicktatorial platform in sugar and honey, only revealing the trapdoor after they’ve set their hooks into the power block. Mike’s either letting the cat out of the bag or setting the stage for the civil war Obama just about ignited.

    Mike, ir tsoredik mamzer, lign in drerd un bakn beygl!

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  13. Heika says:

    You know what really gets me… that every leading candidate (and those that are not leading), so pretty much all of them have ONE PLATFORM (Bloomberg in particular) and it’s this:-
    “I will stop Donald Trump!” So okay, so you get in (therefore Trump is out and stopped) so um… what then? This is the starkest evidence that a coup is continuing in broad daylight in front of the entire world. I WILL STOP TRUMP – if that gets you elected, then the lamp post will not be high enough. Are Dem voters that stupid that they cannot ask the obvious question? Ok so derr if you win you will stop Trump (you don’t even get a brown star for that), but what do you actually stand for? Bloomberg is the worst of all of them. He literally has offered NOTHING else! He has said over and over, I can spend billions and I will in order to stop Trump. That is all apart from his elitist bullcrap that keeps on spewing out of his mouth – which makes him look like a ‘liberals nightmare’ on steroids as far as their ‘so-called’ values.

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  14. Boots says:

    ‘It’s a short walk from Bloombergs’ speech to the cattle-cars.’
    —–
    If you have a gun you have a chance and a choice to say “No”. Or something more forceful.


    By Stephen P. Halbrook, Ph.D., J.D.
    —–
    It would be instructive at this time to recall why the American citizenry and Congress have historically opposed the registration of firearms. The reason is plain. Registration makes it easy for a tyrannical government to confiscate firearms and to make prey of its subjects. Denying this historical fact is no more justified than denying that the Holocaust occurred or that the Nazis murdered millions of unarmed people.

    I am writing a book on Nazi policies and practices which sought to repress civilian gun ownership and to eradicate gun owners in Germany and in occupied Europe. The following sampling of my findings should give pause to the suggestion that draconian punishment of citizens for keeping firearms necessarily is a social good.


    At the time of the Nazi attack on Jews known as Night of the Broken Glass, Heinrich Himmler, head of the Nazi SS and Police, ordered Jews disarmed (click for closeup). People’s Observor (Völkische Beobachter), Nov. 10, 1938.
    Translation:
    Jews Forbidden To Possess Weapons
    By Order of SS Reichsfuhrer
    Himmler
    The SS Reichsfuher and German Police Cheif has issued the following order.
    Persons who, according to the Nurnberg law, are regarded as Jews, are forbidden to possess any weapon. Violators will be condemned to a concentration camp and imprisoned for a period of up to 20 years.

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  15. patti says:

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      And this wasn’t her first go-around with cancer either.

      But she adds value. Preventing there being a conservative supermajority on the Supreme Court (well, sorta a supermajority).

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    • X XYZ says:

      If you have immense wealth (BoobBerg) or if you have power (Roothie on the bench for life) you are more valuable to society than we, the little people will ever be.

      “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

      Tell me who said that quote. C’mon kids – it will take you 15 seconds at most to Google it.

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  16. allenrizzi says:

    #MiniMike @MikeBloomberg has less “gray matter” than any farmer – Less than a turnip in fact! Insulting a good chunk of the electorate is not the way to go to Oz.

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  17. avi says:

    as someone who once lived and farmed on a Kibbutz in Israel,
    Bloomberg Go f- yourself.
    I guess your apostate parents never encouraged you to volunteer in Israel.

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    • X XYZ says:

      Rich Jew. Poor Jew. Self-hating Jew. So what else is new?

      Being Jewish is never the problem. Other things that happen in life that make us what we are, are the problem.

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  18. Stormy Weather says:

    Mini mouthy Mike already has some talent to become a farmer. He shines when it comes to spreading manure. What a sorry excuse for a human being!

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  19. MM says:

    Mini Mike wouldn’t last a day in my shoes.
    I’m one of those Farmers he looks down on, he’s not worth the sweat off my Brow!

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  20. getfitnow says:

    Video include. Paul Harvey narrator. Good stuff

    FTA – Vice President Mike Pence shared a video on Twitter Monday about farmers that appeared to take direct aim at 2020 Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg, who belittled the profession in 2016.
    https://dailycaller.com/2020/02/17/mike-pence-video-farmers-mike-bloomberg/

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  21. AnotherView says:

    I anxiously await Bloomberg’s next faux pas. Each one is more insulting than the last. The SOB doesn’t live in the same world as working people

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    • IGiveUp says:

      Yeah O’Dumbo had his Arugula-gate moment. The Dems are elitists and hate Americans they can’t leverage for political power but media control usually obscures that. Great fun when the dam leaks, even for a moment.

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  22. fangdog says:

    Having grew-up a farmer and being a farmer, I have exception ro Bloomberg..Bloomberg has no idea what it is we go through. However, it is so typical of elitist.

    Trump has one of the largest, if not the largest vineyards east of the Mississippi. I am not saying Trump is a typical farmer, but Trump damn well knows what it is all about. Guys like Bloomberg step on their dicks when it comes to agriculture.

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  23. Republicanvet91 says:

    As I commented yesterday, POTUS and FLOTUS give me a genuine feeling that they are concerned for those Americans who have been ignored for many years. Coal miners, manufacturers, assembly workers, farmers. People who work hard but have been ignored because their demographic is not the latest, sought after fad of a campaign. Their job is not pretty. Their lives are not glamorous.

    Bloomberg epitomizes the arrogant, elitist that just knows better than you do how your life should be run, and you can’t tell him any different. I can see the look of horror on his face if some Wal-Mart shopper, smelly from a long day working trying to provide for their family approached him in the parking lot. His arrogance and tunnel-vision is dangerous.

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    • realeyecandy1 says:

      Bloomy has one of those PUNCHABLE faces….his arrogance and elitism is effusive … I don’t see how any REAL women would want to see him in the oval office. **shudders**

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  24. IGiveUp says:

    This Dem opp. research is fun. I wonder what the Repubs have. Nearly half a BILLION dollars in ad sales go up in smoke with just a few crappy videos. Life is sometimes great.

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    • Strangely Accurate says:

      Remember what our VSGDJT said when Bloomberg announced his candidacy… I know Michael…I have known him a long time…he will spend a lot of money but he won’t win.

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    • Vince says:

      President Trump can counter a billion dollar ad buy from Bloomberg with four tweets or less.

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  25. AnotherView says:

    Kudos Sundance! Lou Dobbs just mentioned you!

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  26. lgstarr says:

    The farmers were unhappy here until Trump completed some important tariffs and then I read they were really happy. Wonder how the whole tariff thing will work out with China’s economy tanking due to Coronavirus…

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  27. PinotNoir says:

    Obnoxious little man. I wonder if he thinks food comes from restaurants.

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  28. Patience says:

    Tim O’Brian is a real peach of a twister. Listening to him defend his boss (Bloomberg)
    and blatantly tellin the typical tall tasteless tales about –President “Donald Trump” on FOX now. ?>WHAT a joke / loser!!!!

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    • Jan says:

      Agree with you. They can bring up that old crap again. It didn’t do them any good in 2016. It won’t do them any good this time around either.

      OTOH, mini Mike’s stuff seems to have occurred more recently. And he has the personality of a dead tree.

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  29. Rynn69 says:

    Right now I have no words for this…well…it rhymes with “sick” and does not start with a d.

    The one thing I will say is that Bloomberg is not an anomaly in the world of the left. I would dare say 90% of Washington D.C., Hollywood, Silicon Valley, & academia feel the same way as Bloomberg, think the same way as Bloomberg, and talk the same way as Bloomberg. The masks are coming off, but the faces behind the masks are more ugly and evil than we could have ever imagined.

    It is my hope that Americans who are being manipulated and used by Democrats and the Uniparty writ large – women, blacks, latinos, LGBT, union workers, the poor, and others start to understand two key things:
    1. The hideous souls of these people have no compassion for anyone but themselves and maybe their families; and
    2. The hideous agenda of these people is to divide Americans to keep their power centralized and to keep their power in perpetuity.

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    • Maquis says:

      Nor do they understand any aspect of what it takes to make a society and economy function. Every time these people gain power they eliminate all the classes and ranks they fear they cannot control and those they consider without value.

      They then order the survivors to perform the works of those they destroyed, thinking themselves cabable of directing the uneducated to do the many miracles once wrought by by those forged by generations of experience and lifetimes of study and striving. Both the new leaders and their new utopian societies never fare well.

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      • Rynn69 says:

        Excellent point, Maquis. And the one word I can think of as to why this happens is….hubris. But maybe the word ought to be stupidity.

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      • X XYZ says:

        No, they understand entirely. however, everything else you said applies.
        Once the goose has laid golden eggs, it’s time to kill it – and enjoy the gold that the geese produced.

        Eventually they will find more geese. It’s a cycle. The ruling class understands it, and We the People, we the ‘little people’, don’t.

        “Divide and conquer”. It’s the oldest game on earth. Now it will be done by controlling the minds of the masses. No bullets, guns or bombs are required. This is why we need more uncontrolled immigration – it provides more masses to manipulate. Until the next cycle of geese matures.

        “The art of taxation consists in so plucking the goose as to procure the largest quantity of feathers with the least possible amount of hissing. It is simply, and solely, the abundance of money within a state [which] makes the difference in its grandeur and power.” (Jean-Baptise Colbert)

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  30. Boots says:

    ‘It’s a short walk from Bloombergs’ speech to the cattle-cars.’

    Not for her! Good grip. Good modified Weaver stance (push/pull isometric to ‘isolate’ pistol). Good head position (chin on about same horizontal plane with middle of right bicep puts eyes directly behind sights). Excellent eye discipline (both eyes open).

    Pistol grip of rifle should be pointing behind her, so that when she grabs rifle with left hand and puts up to right shoulder, the pistol grip will be where it should be to meet her right hand. Pistol and AR receivers same Desert Tan. A woman’s touch!

    https://www.gun-shots.net/the-more-i-learn-about-my-government-the-more-i-love-my-guns.shtml

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  31. guybee55 says:

    Let’s see Mini Mike explain his value. What has he created that has served the welfare and good of mankind? A bunch of 1,0 that reports the market, which he has nothing to do with everyday. He is the ultimate elitist – looking down on everyone, applying his own wealth, to build up his own image. He is exactly what the dims accuse Trump of being. But them why am I not surprised.

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  32. Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

    There’s and old Twilight Zone episode called “The Obsolete Man” which is a perfect example of where these people want to take this society.

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  33. corimari2013 says:

    Fabian socialists wanted to forge a new world out of the old, as depicted in this stained glass window:

    The Democrats and their like-minded ilk want to do the same.
    Here is a site to read more about the window and the Fabian socialists:
    https://modernhistoryproject.org/mhp?Article=FabianSociety&C=1.0

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    • Ish Kabibble says:

      Thank you for posting this. Precisely! It’s what I thought of immediately after reading the OP.

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    • X XYZ says:

      We are now living in a Fabian Socialist world. Actually, we are.

      I would hope that everyone here would just go Google “Fabian Socialism” to start realizing how far down the socialist road we have come.

      Commenting and voicing your complaintsmight make you feel better. But educating yourself and understanding the bigger picture might be more productive.

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  34. The Devilbat says:

    I would like to know how such a dumbass as Blumberg ever managed to become a billionaire.

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    • Linus in W.PA. says:

      What about Tom Steyr?? The ‘idiot’ is strong in him too.

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    • X XYZ says:

      Same as George Soros. They knew how to play the system and win big. And they did.

      “Dumbass”?

      Please don’t call these guys dumb. They are anything but dumb. Nobody gets to be a mega-billionaire by being dumb. You (we) probably can’t imagine ever being that wealthy. Having that many billions of $$$ literally boggles the mind, beyond comprehension.

      But let’s call them what they really are. Manipulative. Calculating. Controlling. Power hungry. Greedy.

      Hmm. Sounds like every despot ruler and every dictator that ever lived, doesn’t it?

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  35. Skeeball says:

    Bloomberg: billions of dollars, no sense

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  36. Garavaglia says:

    NY (Manhattan in particular) could be brought to it’s knees in two days without our “deplorable” farmers’ labors. Sounds like a good, and EASY, place to start if necessary. I mean EASY. Let’s see how long they can keep up air drops (didn’t work too well for Hitler at Stalingrad).

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    • NYC and so many other places would be in big trouble without a lot of help.

      Truck drivers are vital to keep huge cities supplied.

      I have often wondered just how long cities could go on with their normal day to day activities if truckers ever went on strike.

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      • Garavaglia says:

        2 days, tops. Assuming ample water..without that, not long at all. They are captive to their terrain. A relatively small number of grey matter deprived patriots can bring this machine to a grinding halt..if they so desire. I’ll take my chances with a gun toting… overall wearing genius any day of the week. Too easy to take down..a million ways to do it. Food..water..done.

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    • American Heritage says:

      Their utopia will have food production, but it will be supplied by landless peasants working on collectivist government farms. Unfortunately, it will only be readily available to the leaders; others will stand in long lines for a ham bone and a crust of bread on the days when there is anything in the government stores.

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  37. wildsailor2018 says:

    And here is a Hollywood interpretation! The “Fair Trial” of the oppostition!

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  38. Farmers will never be obsolete. 6 months out of college and your tech. worker/coder is obsolete.

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  39. ATheoK says:

    Bloomberg has identified himself a a wannabee tyrannical despot socialist.

    Russia used to send their dissenters and people who ask inconvenient questions to Siberia to work mines, mills, farms and harvest wood.

    China right up to a couple of decades ago sent underachievers and questioners to the rural areas to work farms.
    Chinese citizens of my age told me about getting sent to work farms during the summer school break.
    Not everyone who got sent to the farms got to return to the city when it was time to return to school Beijing, in this anecdote. Something about incentive for students to work harder.

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  40. David R. Graham says:

    Bernard and Michael, both ethnic Jews, represent two distinct but inimical globalist constituencies (GO/NGO minions vice corporate minions, respectively). Neither can best the actual suzerain — and fellow and third mutually-inimical globalist — of the D-R UniParty: mullahs.

    D-R UniParty will nominate as the D candidate for POTUS whomever the mullahs choose.

    If that nominee fails in the election, D-R UniParty, under mullah guidance, will announce — or try to announce — from DOJ and CIA that US Constitutional government is removed and replaced by nameless but mullah-approved Intelligence-Foreign Policy Establishment operators negotiating their jurisdictions, which shall be immune to scrutiny and criticism.

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  41. namberak says:

    Being descended from a long line of idiot farmers, I’d observe that Mini just lost every state west of NJ and east of Washington. Unless he signs up the Dowager Empress as a VP candidate. Then he runs the table. /s

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    • X XYZ says:

      Little Mikey doesn’t want to be president. He is not electable, for many, many reasons.

      He wants to PICK the candidate of his choice. He wants to choose the best candidate money can buy.
      Little Mikey wants to be the kingmaker. The puppeteer. The powerful little man behind the curtain, pulling all the strings.

      The Bushes and the Clintons also wanted to install their choice of candidate into office. Then Americans got woke. Then the unseen hand appeared…

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  42. Somebody's Gramma says:

    I have plenty of “gray matter”… and I can tell you it’s easier to program just about anything in any language than it is to grow a productive garden. I have a family member to whom I offered fresh farm eggs. I was so proud of my laying hens. Her response was “that comes out of a chicken’s butt doesn’t it? . No thank you. I’ll get my eggs at the store.” She was serious. I was blown away. Who doesn’t want a fresh egg???? My mother, who is about 85, said, “Oh my goodness! I remember what fresh eggs taste like. Oh please give me some eggs. Thank you so much!” It’s just interesting and instructive to observe people’s reactions to where their food comes from. Without the farmers, no one eats. It takes brains, skill, dogged determination, endless patience & flexibility, team work, excellent financial management, etc etc to run a farm or a ranch. Seriously, I’d rather hug a goat than shake hands with the elitists. This Bloomberg guy is completely ignorant. Without his money, he’s nothing. How sad is that?

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  43. the5thranchhand says:

    Well, actually, productive people will never live in a dreary, forlorn place depicted at the bottom of the picture for very long. Seems as though the bottom of the picture is what the slothful, elitist will eventually be dwelling in, much to their surprise.

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    • X XYZ says:

      BERMUDA. BoobBerg actually does live there, you realize.

      Some think living in a tropical place is paradise. Personally, I’d rather live in hell than live in a tropical climate.

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    • RightAroundTheBlock says:

      It’s a close-in shot. They always keep the blinders on… Just past city dweller walking distance, 89 miles out is a meandering road to paradise, rolling hills, mighty oaks and trout streams. Many of us live out there. Our children spend summers rolling in green grass, catching frogs lakeside and fireflies at dusk.

      They always misconstrue the image… for example, as of late it seems so typical to categorize a semi or fully self-sufficient lifestyle as one entrenched in fear, rather than one built upon a foundation of self-respect and a respect for nature and our place in it, and such reverance as the latter would never allow one to live inside, nor near outside, the walls of that futuristic or modernistic crap heap. I accept neither.

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  44. sammyspicer60 says:

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  45. Caius Lowell says:

    Mike Bloomberg says Americans are too stupid to realize that he wasn’t calling them stupid…

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  46. kleen says:

    I’m so glad he switched party. Dems can have him. From his head to his toes.

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    • X XYZ says:

      No, no, NO! BoobBerg always was and IS a lifelong leftist. He only switched party to be elected mayor of NY City due to the endorsement of Rudy Giuliani. Now he is back to showing his true colors – a plutocrat, establishment Democrat who has way too much money and too few years left in his life.

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    • RightAroundTheBlock says:

      Not much distance.

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  47. Tazio Nuvolari says:

    Here he is saying if old people get sick, we should just send them home and let them die…

    And here he is saying bye bye to the black and latino vote…

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  48. Horsesoldier says:

    Guess that lack of gray matter must also include AOC when she planted her rooftop garden and called it ‘magic’. Who knew?

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  49. JohnCasper says:

    Misanthrope Mike.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Ohhhh, nice one.
      The irony of a man who has no love of humanity pouring his money into philanthropy.

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      • swampfox999 says:

        In my experience, leftists profess to care about humanity in the abstract, but they treat people like dirt in the concrete. The Napolean wannabe, Mini-Mike, buys people and treats them like furniture. He is the antithesis of our patriotic Potus, who really cares about American workers and jobs. Mini-Mike is a businessman with an inflated ego who looks down on American workers as deplorables and will sell them out for cheap Chinese labor and dreams of profiting from Chinese markets. Potus is a nationalist and patriot. Mini- Mike is a globalist and apologist for totalitarian Chi-Coms.

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      • swampfox999 says:

        In my experience, leftists profess to care about humanity in the abstract, but they treat people like dirt in the concrete. The Napolean wannabe, Mini-Mike, buys people and treats them like furniture. He is the antithesis of our patriotic Potus, who really cares about American workers and jobs. Mini-Mike is a businessman with an inflated ego who looks down on American workers as deplorables and will sell them out for cheap Chinese labor and dreams of profiting from Chinese markets. Potus is a nationalist and patriot. Mini- Mike is a globalist and apologist for totalitarian Chi-Coms.

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    • Randolph Scott says:

      Heh, whats the deal with that pointy Wall looking thing.

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  50. Matt Transit says:

    Little Mikey Bloomberg wants every citizen to explain themselves before this kind of tribunal.

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