Tucker Carlson Discusses Bernie Sanders -vs- Michael Bloomberg….

On tonight’s Tucker Carlson broadcast he correctly notes the narrowing Democrat field is eventually going to come down to Bernie Sanders -vs- Michael Bloomberg.

During a Carlson monologue he outlines and eviscerates how Bloomberg is doing something never before seen in U.S. electoral politics.  Bloomberg’s strategy is to simply overwhelm the competition with cash and purchase the nomination from a DNC Club that supports his ‘never-Bernie’ efforts.

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221 Responses to Tucker Carlson Discusses Bernie Sanders -vs- Michael Bloomberg….

  1. treehouseron says:

    IF the DNC were to allow Bernie to win the nomination, it would go a hell of a long way towards fixing their party. Why? …because Bernie would lose huge, and some of those who support his ridiculous policies would tone it back a little bit in their expectations in the next nominee. Bernie accurately reflects about half of what the liberals basically support right now. He *IS* their most ‘honest’ canidate, if it’s even possible for a socialist to be honest. I simply mean he most accurately represents their ridiculous opinions on policy.

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    IF Bernie were allowed the nomination, this would help repair the DNC for the future, meaning they’d be more formidable down the road as our opposition.

    Instead, though, God has sent us Michael Bloomberg for whatever reason God seems fit to do what he does. Bloomberg will ensure that the Democrat party remains fractured for another decade at least. When he buys the nomination (and he WILL buy the nomination) he immediately alienates at least 40% of the liberal base. Now, some of them will suck it up and vote for him anyways… but many of them, especially the most fervent Bernie supporters, will stay at home.

    If Bernie seems complicit… if there is even the HINT that he sold out (and there will be.. .because he’ll A. sell out and B. endorse Bloomy)…. with that hint, probably 20% of his supporters will be so pissed off about it they’ll actively vote for Trump out of spite.

    The most disastrous thing they could POSSIBLY do is nominate Bloomberg… but they have no choice but to do just that, because of the money he can inject into not only the DNC, but the entire ‘farm’ industry that supports elections. A hundred thousand analysts, pollsters, consultants, lawyers, etc. need a job and Bernie ain’t gonna be able to provide it.

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    • Ninja7 says:

      Shovel ready jobs? Or just clip boards🤗😊🤔🤔. Who knew.🤔

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    • Masterman says:

      That’s never how things work, Goldwater got murdered by Johnson and yet he and his followers remained influential in politics. Sanders can be crushed by President Trump and the Bernie Bros aren’t going to disappear, they’ll just become louder.

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      • treehouseron says:

        Well never know, because Bernie will never be the nominee.

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        • Teddie Dilks says:

          Well then Milwaukee will be a sh!t show. If I lived there, I would try to get out of town to avoid the crazies!

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          • treehouseron says:

            Man you got that right! They’re going to burn Milwaukee down, they’re already threatening it. It’s like a slow moving train, you can see it coming a mile away and everybody’s just standing around watching it happen!

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            • TarsTarkas says:

              Milwaukee will be nothing. When AOC runs in 2024 there will be real fireworks. Especially because she and her followers will be impervious to logic and reason, won’t take no for an answer, and no matter what stupid crap she says and does and what dirt they throw at her, the avalanche she’ll be the head of will simply bury the Democratic party establishment. My take, anyway.

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              • pyrthroes says:

                In 2018, Coco Loco won her district-of-color by a fairly close margin on minimal turnout, beating an absentee old Rat apparatchik by virtual default.

                This time ’round, he/she/it has several primary contenders, plus a job-killing, radical-extremist record guaranteed to bother a substantial cohort of bootstrap Trump Prosperity beneficiaries, not to mention endorsement by Kaiser Bill de Blasio, Manhattan’s latest Squeegee Mayor, whose coattails drag like alligators in municipal sewers.

                Never underestimate Rats’ scuttering stupidity… but even so, after two ludicrously inane years the cum laud pride of Boston University’s economics department, who can’t even spell “Keynes”, is not a Crowley-type perpetual incumbent.

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            • tucker7518 says:

              The Bernie Bros have been threatening the Culinary Union workers that they better vote for Bernie. The Bernie Bros will go berserk if Bernie doesn’t get the nomination.

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            • corimari2013 says:

              I live in the Milwaukee metro area, and close family lives in Milwaukee.
              I am anxious about what could erupt during the DNC convention.
              I lived in Chicago during the 1968 convention. I don’t want that mayhem here.
              God help us.

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          • dottygal says:

            I would pack up my possessions and move out before “it gets burned to the ground” ala Kyle Jurek.

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        • The Devilbat says:

          Bernie will likely receive the poisonous dart award from the CIA’s heart attack gun.

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      • tucker7518 says:

        Bernie Bros are saying if the DNC screws Bernie out of the nomination again, then they will vote for Trump.

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        • dottygal says:

          Someone very close to me said the same thing: “If Bernie doesn’t get the nomination I’m going to vote for Trump.”

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        • Val says:

          I’m not sure they will vote for Trump. The Young Turks were pretty fired up last time and they vowed every kind of retribution. AOC’s election was part of their plan to “shred the DNC”.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Yup.
        Goldwater paved the way, mentored if you will Reagan.
        Reagan had a similar role for DJT.

        Bernie is the leftist populist, and truly represents the active base of the Democrat party, which has been screwed over by the party hierachy, for many years.

        His political grandfather (so to speak) would be Eugene McCarthy, and later McGovern.

        After ’68, the radical base was cowed, by being told the Chicago riots at the Dem convention elected Nixon. At the 2016 convention, they were told “don’t do it, you’ll guarantee Trump wins!”

        And so, despite the wikileaks dump of dnc emails showing the ptimaries were rigged against Bernie, they held their fire.

        But not THIS time. As the party continues to cheat (cause they can’t compete, unless they cheat) they WILL get another Chicago in Milwaukee if they deny Bernie the nomination.
        If they give it to him, they are outed as being what they are; Conmunists.
        Heck of a dilemma. Ultimate damned do/damned don’t.
        Glad its not OUR problem!

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        • BigTalkers says:

          It’s ALL our problem. In fact EVERYONE’S problem. Because just like us they live here.

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        • Bernal says:

          The radical base was not cowed by ’68. By ’70 they were organizing to take over the D party and by ’72, with the McGovern nomination, had done so. Nixon’s sweeping victory in ’72 did not extend to Congress which Dems leveraged to mount a successful coup.

          I shall fully enjoy casting my SC primary vote for Bernie. SC has an open primary and SC Dems use that to leverage their votes against R candidates they fear. This primary season they shall be hoist on their own petard. Plus what a guilty frisson to return to my radical past and vote for a commie! Yes, Capt. Muh Principles, the conservative case for Bernie!

          This is ’72 again. The big difference is going to be taking back Congress and annihilating the Chamber of Commerce, open borders wing of the R party. Neo-cons have already self-immolated, so, that’s nice.

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          • David Vicknair says:

            I like it! SC Republicans cross over and vote for Bernie which simultaneously hurts Bloomy and helps Trump. Dems have been doing it to Republicans for years!

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          • Dutchman says:

            I think, long term, our biggest challenge is remaking or taming back OUR party.
            Turning Republicon party, back to RepubliCAN party.
            PDJT is certainly doing HIS part, we need to do ours!
            They have plagued us, since we called them “Rockefeller Republicans”, and I wonder if they haven’t been there all along; the,Whigs from the early days, simply immersed themselves.

            I THINK what we have seen, with our/DJT’s enemies, is a PROCESS, which takes TIME, PATIENCE and PERSISTANCE;
            Step ONE; EXPOSE.

            Step TWO; Discredit

            Step THREE; By discrediting they lose INFLUENCE, over public opinion, AND over events. They lose POWER.

            We are THERE, with MSM, and nearly there with Dems.

            With Republicons, NEARLY there, but things like Lindsey talking but not doing May be fooling some.

            And, we can ‘do our part’, IMHO, by joining “for Trump” organisations (Women for, Blacks for, etc.) AND by attending our local Republican party meetings.

            In most areas, not that many people actually attend the monthly meetings.

            And, Republican party IS run ‘democratically’; officials ARE ‘elected’ by a majority of those attending.

            After some recconasance, if local leaders are Rinos, one COULD organise to have say, 200 people JOIN the party, and then go into a monthly meeting where there are,..20-30 people, and vote out the rats, and vote in new MAGA leaders.

            It CAN be done, just requires WORK.
            The Republican party base in say,..Californicate is understandably disheartened, due to squishy leadership.

            It doesn’t HAVE,to be that way, however.
            “Decisions are made, by those who show up.”

            It was a RELATIVELY small group of individuals, working together, that created our Republic.
            “A small group of dedicated, committed individuals Can “change th e World”, ….its the ONLY thing that ever has!”

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            • stakan says:

              Agreed. Seen this kind of dynamic play out, e.g. 2008 Ron Paul, the local meetings were attended by enthusiastic Paul supporters. The stodgy old outnumbered establishment hacks used every trick in their dusty rulebooks to fight them off. Even with superior numbers, we’ll need persistence (can’t go to just *one* meeting) and that *work* thing you mentioned.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Never said it would be easy! And yes persistence, the kind of generstional persistence of our enemies,WILL be necesary.

                Politicians who self-described as,”Reagan Republicans” ;
                McCain, Romney, Ryan, Graham,…and many more.

                After Reagan, we got real complacent. And the “Bushies” were in his admin, the whole time trying to undermine. Just the same old whine, brand new bottle.

                And of COARSE,they,will fight, tooth and nail, being ripped out, branch and root.

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      • TradeBait says:

        Bernie has one foot in the grave. He will crater, but be rich in this world. The next – not so much. Either way MAGA continues as the DNC dissolves.

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    • vikingmom says:

      Maybe “farm industry” isn’t the best choice of words when one is talking about Mike Bloomberg! Bahahaha!!

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    • The Devilbat says:

      “He *IS* their most ‘honest’ candidate, if it’s even possible for a socialist to be honest.”
      Correction, Bernie is NOT a socialist. Bernie is a COMMUNIST.

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    • Val says:

      I’m afraid they won’t stay home. I’ve been reading many people saying that their principal motivation is “to remove Trump”, and some add, “by any means necessary.”

      Bloomberg can buy so much influence, it’s worrisome to think about.

      We have a real battle no matter what.

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      • paper doll says:

        He’s buying people at warp speed and with big 💰💰💰.

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        • Val says:

          Yes! And he may have Oprah, Obama endorsing him.
          *shudders

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          • paper doll says:

            Being a ho for Bloomberg will become the fashion

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          • Remington says:

            That’s a fact….tonight alone I saw five ads with grotesque BO endorsing the shot blocker.

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            • louche9 says:

              I saw one on YouTube. I’m sure Biden’s known from the start that Obama wouldn’t endorse him, which adds substance to the question of why he was running in the first place. Avoiding prosecution, collecting checks…whatever the reason, it certainly hasn’t been because he expected to win.

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          • corimari2013 says:

            What if Bloomberg asks Oprah to be his VP running mate?

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            • treehouseron says:

              Oprah will never be a politician. She can’t handle it, she’s psychologically fairly frail and will be completely exposed if she runs, the first time President Trump tells her she has a weight problem she’ll be in therapy for four years.

              Oprah is also very smart, and knows she can influence things as much as she wants to whatever degree she wants with her money. So I’m sure she’d rather just sit at home and buy whatever government she prefers. Much more effective that way and you don’t have to be in the heat.

              Same reason Michelle will never run, she doesn’t like the focus. She comes out does one speech then hides for 6 months.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Bloomberg is the new Michael Avenatti of the democratic party.

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    • Bannon has pointed out that Bloomberg is attempting an LBO of the DNC. I think it’s more of a hostile takeover, for exactly the reason you state; money. If Carlson is right, Bloomberg is out to buy the Democrat Club, and he could succeed. Sanders has made millions, essentially, running for an office he knows he won’t be elected to. Biden had a chance, but his baggage is too much to sustain him. That’s it, it’s over, the rest is Kabuki.

      The only question then is will the American People buy into the issue-less, wall-to-wall ads that will inundate the airwaves. Or, will they demand answers from Bloomberg as to policy.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Why is that everybody assume if Bernie wins the nomination the Democrat Party would abandon supporting his campaign??? All one has to do is look to the diversity of political views supported in November 2018 to win the House, to understand the Puppet Masters of the Democrat Party and GOPe would adapt, subvert ad support Bernie to the hilt.

      A financially and media supported “free stuff” campaign will be a dangerous animal to defeat. Under the China Inc. Model, the Financial Puppet Masters are still in charge and the “valuable” elite still get rich (valuable as in more valuable than the citizens they lead, so they deserve to be rich).

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    • Eric French says:

      Well said!

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    • Eric French says:

      Well said!

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    • Darren says:

      I could be wrong but I think that the Democrats fear a Bernie nomination would be a disaster because it would negatively impact the down stream races. Both scenarios (Bernie v Bloomberg) has pluses and minuses. Bernie / whoever would turn out a bigger chunk of the 18 – 28 year olds but possibly suppress all other voting blocks. Bloomberg / Abrams ticket would possibly turn out African Americans but suppress the Bernie voters. Bloomberg will also bring the capital. Trump’s base and republicans are thoroughly energized. He will be hard to beat.

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    • oodeluph says:

      Yes, indeed. In fact, if either Bloomberg or Sanders is belched forth as the Jackass “Party” nominee, it would drive the final nail into the coffin that they, themselves have been busily but ineffectually building.
      Sanders, a venal, cowardly, irascible, foolish and delusional “Socialist” (when asked how he would finance his “free” plans responded with an irritated wave of his hand “I don’t know anything about economics!”) is not even a member of the Democrat Party. All that needs to be said about him is that he is the relative one would be embarrassed to acknowledge. If the DNC allows this creature the nomination it is an admission that they are as morally, ethically and talent-bereft as they have already shown themselves to be. Sanders can be bought (as proven in the last primary) and Bloomberg is just the man to do it.
      Mini Mike is destroying the electoral process single-handedly with his financial arrogance. Never one to follow rules (remember his running for re-election of NYC Mayoralty for an against-city-law third term? A law he successfully broomed, just because he wanted to?) he so far seems to be proof against the avalanche of his personal disqualifications, some of which truly are impeachable offenses before he ever mounts the box for his first (and hopefully last) primary debate appearance. A humorous, private, off-the-cuff locker room observation between two guys, made 15 years ago, is still being beaten to a jelly by insane sufferers of terminal TDS yet misogynistic, incredibly tone deaf idiocies, made publicly and recently are being suppressed. Bloomberg has made no secret of his one, genuine campaign issue; defeat Donald Trump, at all costs. And he has promised to throw billions into the war chest of the DNC to support whoever the nominee is, even if it isn’t him.
      He is doing this because he thinks he can and he keeps saying so. He knows the DNC is for sale. If they eagerly grovel for the prize money they are forever saddled with a well-deserved comparison to Judas.
      Better still, they will have destroyed themselves via internecine warfare and finally rid us of what they really are; not a political “Party” but a domestic terrorist organization.

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    • lftpm says:

      This Gary Varvel cartoon is hilarious! “I can teach anyone to be a farmer”

      https://townhall.com/political-cartoons/2020/02/18/171666

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    • muckeyduck says:

      You seem to limit moneys ability to affect an election to the candidate, and party. Do you think Blommy’s money will not go toward buying out the electorate also? Why does unlimited money stop there.

      I think it’s going to be funny when Antifa (Bernie’s Brownshirts) are warring with the democrat party. We always though we would have to fight them, but they’re going to destroy each other, lose any appearance of moral high-ground, and drive Trump voters to the polls.

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  2. RedBallExpress says:

    I hope they put stupid farmers like me in their basket of deplorables.

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    • Bill Durham says:

      I pray for Bloomberg. He has zero appeal to the key states the Dems need. He hates campaigning. He has zero charisma. He will depress Dem turnout. He has baggage.
      He is Trump’s easiest opponent. Are the Dems trying to lose? Seriously?

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      • treehouseron says:

        They need his cash. He’s said he’ll support whoever, but everybody knows that’s not true… their fundraising numbers are way down, the DNC is bankrupt, and he can make all that go away in an election that any of them that are sane, know they’re going to lose anyways.

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      • lcsteel says:

        He may do ok in Florida.

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        • X XYZ says:

          Booby will do very well in Florida. Tucker mentioned that in the video. Much of Florida is inhabited by NY retirees who are Liberals, not to mention that many there are of the same ethnicity as little Mikey. Like votes for like. But will he do well anywhere else?

          As for buying votes, just ask Mr. Yang how well that strategy worked for him. And don’t forget wimpy ol’ Jeb! from Florida, and that big war chest of campaign money he had, either.

          Booby and Booty as the Dems ticket? Not in your dreams. What a nightmare. That would be the ultimate losing ticket.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Steve Bannon seems to think Bloombergs huge amount of money and national organization presents a serious challenge to PDJT. Bannon seemed concerned in an interview on Rudy Giuliani’s show. Said it’s likely either Bernie or Mike.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      And factory workers, blacks and women. Bloomberg has insulted a lot of people.

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  3. George 1 says:

    So a totalitarian globalist and a Stalinist walk into a bar…….

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  4. martyb59 says:

    Most of Bernie’s supporters will refuse to vote for a multi-billionaire racist, which is what Bloomberg is! For the DNC it is damned if you do (nominate Bernie) and damned if you don’t (Bloomberg)! Does that spell a Trump landslide?

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  5. noswamp says:

    Tucker is right, however my only point is to never underestimate the American voter. We are the ones who voted for Trump when everyone told us he would lose. Bloomberg will never get elected if he buys out Bernie for the reasons stated above.

    His supporters would never support Bloomberg. Which is why Bloomberg will put Bernie or Warren as VP.

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    • treehouseron says:

      I think Bernie is generally despised by all of the liberals, he won’t be anybody’s vp pick. The guy is nitro glycerin, they don’t even want to touch him. Maybe Warren but then you’ve got a super old super white ticket. Elizabeth Warren is even whiter than Bloomberg and he’s already got race issues.

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    • Marc says:

      Warren is a possible choice but they know identity politics works on the left and it will have to be Stacey Abrams or a Latina candidate for the VP spot, preferably from a Midwest/toss-up state.

      Bernie, Warren, and Bloomberg are not attractive to the vast majority of minority voters. They won’t get them out to the polls and energized to vote.

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    • As a Man Thinkth says:

      Agree….however, Hillary has been mentioned…Michelle? Or some Hollywood smiling face…

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      • Black Irish Rose says:

        Meghan Markle! Hey, it’s the Dems, and she checks the woman and minority boxes, has fundraising potential, could prob. draw huge crowds with the Sussex name, is friends with the Obama’s, a leftie. Not sure about her age, though….If not in 2020, then surely they will look to her in the future.

        I’m partly kidding, but it is the DNC club after all….and wouldn’t an AOC – Markle competition be a hoot? Or what if they were on the same ticket?? The endless entertainment we would have…..

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    • tucker7518 says:

      Doubt if Bloomberg likes Warren or Bernie.

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    • Remington says:

      Boy your On the monry. Never underestimate the American people. Especially the ones who voted for BO….twice.

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      • wondering999 says:

        Remington, you are probably underestimating voter fraud.

        Example: Asian professional relative of a friend, lives in a midwestern county that supposedly, reportedly voted 100%for Obama in that election.

        He knows for a fact that he voted Republican in that election … And so did the rest of his large extended family in his area.

        Normalcy bias can cause even smart Americans to deny the banana republic factor. We have Banana Republicans controlling the ballotbox…..

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  6. Tiffthis says:

    So Bloomberg will get DNC support but zero votes, and Bernie gets another lake house. Trump debating against Bloomberg will be EPIC

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    • treehouseron says:

      I thought the lib would probably just not debate President Trump, and say that they don’t debate racists, but Bloomberg will be unable to help himself, he’ll agree to a few debates and get obliterated.

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      • Tiffthis says:

        He will have to debate. The MSM won’t let him off the hook, they have mouths to feed too!

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        • treehouseron says:

          That’s a good point I hadn’t considered before. Can’t you see someone like buttigieg , or Warren saying “I’m not gonna debate him, he’s a racist, he doens’t deserve our respect” ?

          … but like you said, perhaps a billion dollars wiped out if they don’t run the debates. Hell maybe even more.

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          Bloomberg will quietly shovel a bunch of $ their way like he’s done to many many critics in the past and they will meekly shut up and not demand debates.

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          • paper doll says:

            That’s the thing, he can give them more money to not have debates than they would make with debates. 😲

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          • Tiffthis says:

            TarsTarkas, How will the media spin the fact that we have no TV debates for the first time since television was invented (pretty much)? They CANT do it. Then again, maybe rigging the caucuses is a dry run to changing the whole system?

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          • warrprin1 says:

            Anyone else envision a nationally televised “debate” where each of the candidates is interviewed separately, on stage, in a rolling, tête-à-tête format? Hilly managed to engineer that deal during the 2016 season, and also managed to engineer herself into the final on-camera time slot. Imagine that.

            Will we see a re-run of that scenario following the South Carolina Dims’ primary results? Sounds like a format that mini-mike might prefer, in format as well as substance manipulation.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      Trump will know what Bloomberg will say before he says it.

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      • Tiffthis says:

        But will the dems let ANY live debate happen with the nominee? @tucker7518- I think the dems wanna skip the debate this year

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      • 1nikao says:

        Actually, it is more likely that Bloomberg will know what he is going to say before the question asked. Remember who we’re talking about here–the same DNC who gave Hillary the questions before the debate…
        Bloomberg needs to practice his “talking points” in order to “win” the media’s free air time. President Trump understands the issues and is able to quickly pivot and give real answers and solutions to real problems.
        I expect the debates to be pretty antagonistic toward President Trump, full of vitriol and shampeachment based questions. However, after the primaries, President Trump may boycott the Fakenews debates. Who knows?! I wouldn’t blame him if he did.

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        • paper doll says:

          Indeed, MB would undoubtedly have the questions, Likely be paying the person writing them! However, the best thing President Trump could do is just what he has done, go into the lion’s den and triumph

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  7. L&L says:

    If Bernie simply uses his base, Bloomberg can spend $500 Billion and it won’t matter.

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    • treehouseron says:

      That would be true, if the DNC wasn’t completely corrupt and willing to sell the nomination to Bloomy. There is no way for Bernie to win no matter how many votes he gets.

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      • L&L says:

        I believe that Trump’s base is one of the main things protecting him from RINO’s.

        If Bernie’s base was wielded against establishment democrats I’ll bet it would have the same effect. He would maintain and probably grow his base with attacks on the establishment hacks.

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        • treehouseron says:

          I agree with you 100%, but with one caveat. Think about it. The RNC is spineless. They’re cowards, they bow down to anybody and everybody, everytime.

          So Trump bullied them into submission. They’re equally as corrupt as the DNC, but the DNC is serious. They’ll *KILL* you if they need to. The RNC is unwilling to do that.

          So yes I agree with you, Bernie could get a huge movement going, but the DNC doesn’t care and will kill him if necessary, or anything short of that. The RNC was unwilling to screw President Trump over to that level, they just tried to do a brokered convention behind his back and he got all his ducks in a line and that was that.

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      • lcsteel says:

        Big mistake to underestimate the Marxist indoctrination and stupidity of voters.

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      • Thinblueline says:

        And then let the civil discourse began. Either way Dems lose. They know they’re going to lose either way so why not fill up their coffers for the next election after President Trump terms out.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      Bloomberg has already spent $470 million.

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  8. bkrg2 says:

    Every single tv commercial break has a mini Mike ad for past few months

    All his ads do is make me want to punch him in the face. I hope 70% of the country feels the same as me.

    Go ahead and keep flushing your fortune down the drain mini Mike

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    • treehouseron says:

      He’s definitely pushing it past the limit of what people will accept. I remember 4 years ago the backlash against the local political ads, it’s a good way to get people to hate you. Bloomberg plays every commercial break here too. He’s also all over the internet.

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    • huecowacko says:

      His ads are all over the media; heard/saw one the other night in which the content of the ad was a video of Hussein Obama spouting his nonsense, concluding with mini-Mike’s statement of approval of the ad. Hussein may not have endorsed Bloomberg; but, with that ad, Bloomberg endorsed Hussein’s 8-year disaster; so with the use of an ad like that, it leaves no doubt that Bloomberg is an Obama admirer and would attempt to govern the same.

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  9. shevee says:

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  10. Manufactured News Network BREAKING…Bloomburg Campaign hires Agricultural Consultant Eva Gabor to mend electrizzical fences…Germinating…

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  11. I also believe that the DNC will grant Bloomberg the nomination. Bernie Bros will not go quietly into the night and neither will many other people who feel the DNC changed the rules to favor Bloomberg, something they failed to do for Booker, et al.

    This is all very exciting but also nerve racking. I have faith in America and the American voter but I fear an oligarch and the wealth that Bloomberg can utilize to cheat his way into the WH.

    We must all do what we can to remind voters of what Bloomberg intends to do to Americans: enslave us all.

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    • treehouseron says:

      It may bring us all together, and the contrast may exhibit to some who haven’t learned yet, that President Trump is truly a Blue Collar Billionaire.

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      • tucker7518 says:

        Loved how the Dayton 500 fans treated President Trump and Melania like rock stars. Driving the Beast around the track was brillant!

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      • louche9 says:

        Bloomberg’s father was a bookkeeper; Bloomberg put himself through university. Bloomberg’s parents were not nearly as well to do as PT’s were. The President is, personally, probably as fastidious as the former Mayor; the difference is that PT truly loves campaigning, loves the rallies. He has the extrovert personality that feeds off lots of human interaction. Bloomberg is a tightly wound guy who seems uncomfortable in large groups and views campaigning as a necessary evil. He has the persona of someone who lunges for the hand sanitizer the second the door is shut.

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          What about the idea of publicizing how much
          EACH Bloomberg ad costs? You can throw out
          470 million, and people gloss over. Yes, it’s an
          enormous amount of money, but it’s too big to
          comprehend.

          Instead, say that each Bloomberg TV ad costs
          say, $150, 000. That buys a house in a whole lot
          of neighborhoods throughout the U.S.

          Then, say that he’s ran say, 3000 of the ads to
          date. That’s enough homes for 12 to 15 thousand
          people to live in. If you compare 1 ads costs to
          a family income of 50,000, that’s 3 families that
          could be supported for 1 minute’s worth of air time.

          CTH: your thoughts?

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  12. martyb59 says:

    I live in California and am a registered Republican. A new bill just signed in to law, will basically allow me to change parties at the last minute and vote for a Democrat in the primary. It seems it would be beneficial for myself and all those in the state who support President Trump, to switch parties and vote for Bernie, to help him win the California primary. Then switch back after the primaries. I just feel that Trump will have an easier time beating a Socialist like Bernie, in the swing states, so why not help Bernie win the primary?

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  13. kleen says:

    I am so ready to watch the fight between Bernie and mini mike.

    Please get it started. It will be awesome!

    Antifa going after the elite that created them.

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  14. JohnCasper says:

    “Bernie Sanders -vs- Michael Bloomberg….”

    An old communist and a little nazi – pick your poison.

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  15. Val says:

    People have been manipulated by the media, Hollywood, elites, and the kinds, for so long, that it’s like we’ve depreciated our privilege to vote.

    “-Churchill: ‘Madam, would you sleep with me for five million pounds?’
    – Socialite: ‘My goodness, Mr. Churchill… Well, I suppose… we would have to discuss terms, of course… ‘
    -Churchill: ‘Would you sleep with me for five pounds?’
    -Socialite: ‘Mr. Churchill, what kind of woman do you think I am?!’
    -Churchill: ‘Madam, we’ve already established that. Now we are haggling about the price.’”

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    • paper doll says:

      The thing is the Dems would go for the 5 pounds lol

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    • X XYZ says:

      There is also the line from a W.C. Fields movie, “Million Dollar Legs” that pertains, with Madam McCree, as “the woman no man can resist”.

      “Madam McCree, you’re priceless!”
      To which she smiles and replies “No… I have my price”.

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  16. CanaCon says:

    Now that PJDT has woken everyone up and changed the conversation on our Chinese “friends”, the best way to go after little Mike is by exposing his business interests in China and how his newspaper goes soft on the CCP and its dictator.

    He did an interview on PBS not long ago where he said Xi is not a dictator and is answerable to the people. You would think showing that clip din a good campaign ad should be enough to finish Bloomie.

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    • Val says:

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    • railer says:

      Trump’s passively letting the oppo research degrade his opposition right now, which is smart. He’s just generically tweeting now and again to keep things lively. But Mini Mike’s China connections would be part of the general, if that time comes, and it’ll be devastating, especially if Trump confronts China sometime next Summer/Fall, which his impeccable timing has made possible. Bloomie would be forced to take a stand, same as that idiot Biden took a stand recently that Trump was wrong and racist to seal our borders against a Chinese coronavirus threat. That rant helped doom Biden, and Bloomie would face the same fate.

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  17. Claudia says:

    We all know that Bloomberg can buy the nomination. The real question is can he buy the presidency. I am almost afraid to find out. I do not have much faith in our electorate. Does anyone remember during the Bloomberg mayoralty when a bomb was found in midtown NYC. I think it was discovered by someone with a concession in the area. Bloomberg first blamed it on conservatives. There should be tape on that.

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    • Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

      Yes, it was a mudslime jihadist who set the bomb, but Bloomberg, on national TV, before any facts were known, immediately blamed ‘white overweight male hunters and gun owners from Pennsylvania who are upset about Obamacare.’

      The danger this psychopathic creep presents can not be overstated enough.

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  18. Claudia says:

    We all know that Bloomberg can buy the nomination. The real question is can he buy the presidency. I am almost afraid to find out. I do not have much faith in our electorate. Does anyone remember during the Bloomberg mayoralty when a bomb was found in midtown NYC. I think it was discovered by someone with a concession in the area. Bloomberg first blamed it on conservatives. There should be tape on that.

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  19. Claudia says:

    We all know that Bloomberg can buy the nomination. The real question is can he buy the presidency. I am almost afraid to find out. I do not have much faith in our electorate. Does anyone remember during the Bloomberg mayoralty when a bomb was found in midtown NYC. I think it was discovered by someone with a concession in the area. Bloomberg first blamed it on conservatives. There should be tape on that.

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  20. paper doll says:

    Bloomberg is the futher development of the political breakthrough PT made when he came down the escalator. A billionaire donor, cut out the middle guy and became a candidate. Now we have a even wealthier billionaire donor doing the same. But PT was the trailblazer

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    • tucker7518 says:

      Bloomberg is a nanny state munchkin.

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    • Masterman says:

      Trump did not become president by being a billionaire……….. these billionaires are in for a shock if they think they can buy their way to the presidency.

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      • paper doll says:

        I expressed that poorly. Indeed he did it on a shoe string and while the DNC can be bought, I agree with you, the Presidency cannot.

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      • louche9 says:

        No he didn’t. The money helped immensely, but PT’s message, dedication and passion was the key. What has happened, though, is that his success has released a bevy of snooty billionaire egomaniacs thinking, “I know Donald Trump; he’s a crass boor. If he can do it, I certainly can.” Then they actually try, and come up against life outside the “yes men” bubble.

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        • paper doll says:

          “I know Donald Trump; he’s a crass boor. If he can do it, I certainly can”. lol

          Bloomberg has been saying that in the mirror since 2016…..his jealousy of PT is off the charts. But he’s just another person who doesn’t get it. I did not mean PT won because he is a billionaire, though it reads that way…But he does happen to be one. Actually he won in spite of being a billionaire. lol

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          • louche9 says:

            All of them are insanely jealous; every last one. They have all achieved so much in life, but not one of them could have done what PT has done, and they know it.

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  21. paper doll says:

    I’m waiting for a book called, “The wit and wisdom of Mike Bloomberg.” You know it’s coming 😂😂😂

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  22. Rynn69 says:

    IMO, money does not have the impact on elections as it once used to. Look at Trump vs. Clinton. Look at the numerous special election candidates that lost in spite of huge amounts of cash poured into their coffers from out-of-state donors. Not saying it has no impact. Just saying it is overrated.

    Here in Michigan, we are getting real sick of Mr. Bloomberg’s ads. It is making people angry, not inspired to vote for him or any Democrat. Actually, it is having the opposite effect. Some lady from Michigan called into Rush today with the same sentiment. She is SPOT ON. Waste your money, Mr. Doomberg.

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  23. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • 1nikao says:

      Blacks stayed home in 2016. This year at least 30% are going to vote for President Trump. This year Demctats will most likely run Stacy Abrams in an attempt to “reclaim” that voting block. However, DNC forgets that voters have brains and this 30% is responding to demonstrable action by the Trump Administration. None of those things can be said for the #resist Democrats.
      I have met a few irrational Democrats who just spout the “orange man bad” nonsense, but they are incapable of rational thought in many other areas of their lives. This is the current Democrat Party. I believe the rational Democrats have done r-u-n-n-o-f-t. They have swung over. All that is left of the Democrats is the far-left irrational antifa/low-info/SJW/& one percenters/illegal aliens.
      I am curious where the middle class female vote stands in the swing states. That demographic is historically notorious for mammoth stupidity
      Hopefully, many will just vote for whoever their husbands tell them to vote for–Donald Trump!
      LOL

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  24. NoFixedAddress says:

    Bloomberg = CCP

    CCP = Bloomberg

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  25. Imagine the following conversation:

    DNC: How much are you willing to commit to the purposes we specify?
    Bloomberg: How much do you need?
    DNC: To cover 2020 Congressional and Senatorial campaign needs, about $5 billion.
    Bloomberg: And what would I get for that?
    DNC: A guaranteed place in the candidates’ debates, good until the Convention chooses a nominee.
    Bloomberg: And afterward?
    DNC: That would largely be up to you. Get yourself through the primary system without embarrassing yourself, and you’d have a good chance to make it a “brokered convention.” The superdelegates don’t get to vote unless no one wins on the first nominating ballot. But should no one get a clear majority on the first ballot…get the idea?
    Bloomberg: Hm. I’d have to do some research to determine their prices.
    DNC: We can help with that. And remember, if you get the nomination, you’re legally allowed to spend as much of your own money on your candidacy as you please.
    Bloomberg: I like it. Shake on it?

    How plausible does it sound to you?

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  26. getfitnow says:

    FTA – Back in 2007, Bloomberg appeared on stage dressed as a male Mary Poppins. Whether or not the nanny statist parallel here was intentional or accidental, the whole ordeal is just… well, just watch:

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/02/mike-bloomberg-as-mary-poppins-is-a-train-wreck-you-cant-stop-watching/

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  27. getfitnow says:

    Oh boy!

    FTA – In the 2011 interview – conducted while he was serving a third term as New York City Mayor – Bloomberg attempted to a spruik a new initiative to enhance employment opportunities for young men.

    He told interviewer Jeffrey Brown: ‘There’s this enormous cohort of black and Latino males, age, let’s say, 16 to 25, that don’t have jobs, don’t have any prospects, don’t know how to find jobs, don’t know what their skill sets are, [and] don’t know how to behave in the workplace where they have to work collaboratively and collectively’.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8014935/Mike-Bloomberg-fire-remarks-2011-video-resurfaces.html

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      Eh, the black and brown boys were just under the influence of too much sugar. So he took away their Big Gulps and fixed that.

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    • paper doll says:

      It was passed in my Dem city and cost many,many jobs…also closed many mom and pop( no pun intended! ) places just within city limits. People went across the street to get their soda. Tell a convenience store or sandwich shop to compete with more costly soda! They couldn’t….so instead of creating more tax revenue, ( its supposed benefit) it brought down revenue by closing tax paying establishments 😵

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  28. Conservative_302 says:

    Tucker is my favorite show. He exposes so many much corruption. Have you heard about the new immigration act? If not, you should.
    https://www.foxnews.com/media/tucker-chad-wolf-new-way-forward-act

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  29. TradeBait says:

    The only way the DNC survives as a viable political party is if Bernie wins and loses. They can retool back toward sanity and hope they can push the GOP back to RINOville. There needs to be an option for American citizens to keep the GOP honest. However, a large growing number of us have an immediate disqualifying issue with the Dims and it is that we are pro-life – period. The political party that vocally and with their voting records support pro-life will be the party we vote for en masse as long as the other planks in the platform line up and make sense.

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    • paper doll says:

      With the rise of the squad and the ever invading hordes….not likely the Dem party will return to sanity. The Dem party is already Calforianzed

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  30. Angus D says:

    Bernie a Socialist? No, Bernie is just a common criminal with a fancy title and paid friends who keep him out of jail

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  31. LCPUSA says:

    That’s how Bloomie became the mayor. He took the Republican nomination because it was unwanted. That put him into the finals. Then he dropped 100 million on it. Saturation bombing is his M. O.

    I hope Bernie wins anyway because I want the chance for the capitalist to hammer the commie. The clear choice.

    I’ll probably cross over and vote Bernie in the Michigan primary. Trump doesn’t need our vote there.

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    • railer says:

      Yeah, I’m voting in the Democrat Michigan primary, and Sanders is my current plan. Like Trump, I’m leery of Bernie because he does have real supporters unlike the rest, but Trump will put any of them down in the general, and I think it’s better for the country that Mini Mike not buy this thing.

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  32. IGiveUp says:

    Bloomberg is too old in any case. Same age as Biden I believe.
    Frankly,Bloomberg would be a better leader for China than America. He reminds me very much of President Xi. They both share the same totalitarian and elitist beliefs. Neither are committed democrats–too messy a governing system–and both are very good capitalists. That makes for excellent authoritarians. (I think he could probably run Singapore too but it’s probably a bit small for his ego.)

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  33. Zy says:

    Yes, “You can be bought” Bloomberg is trying to buy the presidency. However the msm propaganda will be the same as ever. Too much rich Republican money in the campaign and greedy corporations supplying it, when the opposite is true.

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  34. Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

    Should evil little monster Bloomberg win, he may well be America’s last president. His pig-ignorant, eighth-grader mentality, snarky insults toward farmers and skilled machinists mark him as a stupid, arrogant little man who will follow in the cloven-hoofprints of pol pot and chairman mao.

    He will surely finish off what’s left of the free republic.

    The danger this rotten little tyrant presents can not be overstated enough. He is running for one reason, to dominate every citizen in every facet of their life, no matter how private or trivial.

    He is a horrible little thug who bribes people to like him, and bribes those who refuse to coerce their silence; the mark of a genocidal tyrant.

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  35. iSapiens says:

    Bernie will let Bloomberg win by a long shot. It’s not because Bernie does not despise billionaires, it’s just that he loves the millions he will be making. Bloomberg buys everything… including the DNC nomination.

    For a few cool millions Bernie will even stump for Bloomberg. Maybe he’ll get another Ferrari out of it too.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      You bet he will. Whatever the DIMs want of Bernie, they will get. He is simply their front man. His job is and has always been to pull the DIMs to the left, and keep their hands clean as they do the electric slide to the left, claiming it is what the electorate wants.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        BTW, Bernie is the old breed front man. AOC was brought in as the new breed front wo-man. They aren’t moving fast enough to the left and they also know the clock is against them with Bernie. He’s already had one heart attack that we know of. Replacements, ya’ know.

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  36. BigTalkers says:

    I wouldn’t write Bernie off just yet…

    1. Like our guy, has plenty of small contributors.

    2. And there are a number of mega-rich anti-Trumpers who would help finance his race. Because he wants the job himself, Bloomberg’s just the first one to show his face.

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  37. TwoLaine says:

    Tucker has a way of cutting to the chase. He may not always be my cup of tea, but at least I don’t have to wade through the b.s. I hate b.s. and b.s.’rs.

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  38. Ausonius says:

    Gloomberg’s farmers-and-factory-workers-need-more “- gray-matter” comments have been – according to his campaign manager, and right on schedule – taken out of context.. 😉

    Can you believe it? Well, no, you cannot believe it, because Gloomberg was NOT taken out of context!

    See:

    https://www.breitbart.com/2020-election/2020/02/18/nolte-bloomberg-lies-about-farmer-video-being-taken-out-of-context/

    Gloomberg will be “taken out of context” probably every day now, once people begin digging into all the videos of him jabbering and sneering at the deplorable Americans beneath his income level.

    Intelligence can be very narrowly focused, making it impossible for such people like Gloomberg to have even “a lick of sense“, as my grandmother would have said.

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  39. trapper says:

    I don’t watch the dem debates, but tomorrow’s (Wed 2/19) should be fun, and instructive. All eyes on Bernie. Will he attack, or has he been bought off? Tune in. Oh, and have a couple billion bucks been deposited into the Clinton foundation yet?

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  40. dustahll says:

    “They” will take Mike’s money and still not vote for him, actually just to spite Mike,

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  41. NoFixedAddress says:

    Who gave mini-mike his 50+billion?
    And when?

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  42. NoFixedAddress says:

    Bloomberg for President
    Sanders for Vice President.

    Partners in Vice.

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  43. Troublemaker10 says:

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  44. Yy4u says:

    If the Democrat field comes down to Bernie vs. Bloomie, then there is ANOTHER first — first time a major party nominee is not a long term member of that party. Bernie is an Independent Socialist, not a Democrat. Bloomie might be a Dem today, but he was a Dem, then an Independent, then a Republican then back to being a Democrat. He’d be better for the country than Bernie but almost anyone other than Hitler, Castrto, Mao or Stalin would be better than Bernie. Either one will take Stacy Abrams as VP in an effort to fool the blacks yet again.

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  45. Ausonius says:

    Hey Gloomberg! Your buddy MAObama will tell you that “you didn’t make your billions, somebody else made that for you!” 🙂

    So if you REALLY want to be president, when will you be emptying out your bank accounts so that we all get a check in the mail? 🙂

    https://onenewsnow.com/politics-govt/2020/02/17/bloombergs-billions-a-big-problem

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  46. Joel Snider says:

    Bloomberg – not THERE’s a dictator in waiting.

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  47. Tucker does a great job on this analysis, hitting at the very issue that Bernie Bro’s are also irate about- the rich buying political offices.

    I note that Sundance was first in spotting Bloomberg as the Big Club’s choice, and how it will bifurcate the Dems between Bernie and Bloomie.

    The fact that Obama has allowed himself to be shown in Bloomberg clips, and the rumor about Hillary as VP was floated so effortlessly, combined with recent staff hires- Podesta, et al, should be all one needs to know about where the Elite Party is putting its money.

    Its gonna be interesting in November…

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  48. CNN_sucks says:

    Mao and Stalin also executed alot of farmers in the name of collectivism. Bloomberg is the next Mao or Stalin.

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  49. Charlie Hargrave says:

    Libs don’t like stop and frisk because it actually took guns from criminals. Libs do like gun control otherwise because it takes guns from law abiding citizens.

    We don’t like stop and frisk because it is a constitutional violation.

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