Whether he’ll admit it or not, Mini Mike Bloomberg is a special interest group unto himself. It isn’t likely that he’ll admit that but he’s the Democrats’ biggest special interest group. In 2018, Mr. Bloomberg contributed at least $80,000,000 to Democrats running for the U.S. House of Representatives.

It isn’t likely that Bloomberg contributed to Democrats running in “rural, conservative-leaning districts where his views on guns and other issues could stir an uproar, according to people briefed on his plans, some of whom spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss private deliberations.” The people who accepted Mini Mike’s campaign contributions are beholden to him. The first logical question to ask is this: what does a candidate sign up for when they accept Mini Mike’s campaign contribution? This statement tells us:

In the last election, for example, I spent nearly ten million dollars to help a Republican, Pat Toomey, get re-elected in Pennsylvania. I disagree with him on many issues. But after the Newtown, Connecticut shooting, he broke with the NRA and co-wrote a bipartisan bill to close the background check loophole. At the same time, I spent roughly the same amount to help successfully elect a Democrat in New Hampshire – Maggie Hassan – who was running to defeat a Republican incumbent who had voted against Toomey’s bill.

This year, I’m supporting both Republican and Democratic gubernatorial candidates who have shown strong leadership on gun safety, the environment, education, and other critical issues facing the country.

In other words, Mini Mike supports liberals from both parties. If they’re spineless and controllable, Mini Mike will consider contributing to them. That statement doesn’t tell the whole truth, though. In this video, though, Mini Mike slipped:

This paragraph says everything:

In fairness, some Republicans have taken their constitutional and legislative responsibilities seriously, like my friend John McCain. But too many have been absolutely feckless, including – most disappointingly – the House leadership.

Unified Republican leadership of government produced the Trump-GOP tax cuts that’ve lit a fire under the economy. Unified GOP government allowed Republicans to use the Congressional Review Act, which was used to revitalize the fossil fuel energy industry. That, in turn, allowed the U.S. to become energy independent while crippling Russia’s economy, and helped build the strongest economy in decades. If that’s Mini Mike’s definition of feckless leadership, give me tons of that type of leadership.

Compare that with Nancy Pelosi’s leadership. During this session, Pelosi’s puppets have spent tens of millions of dollars to impeach a president based on hearsay evidence testimony. My bad. I meant testimony because, except in rare cases, hearsay isn’t proof. The other thing of note that this Congress has accomplished is ratifying the USMCA trade agreement. That’s it in eighteen months.

If you want the next congress to march to the Resistance Movement/Bloomberg drum, ignore the Bloomberg/Democrat special interest syndicate. If you want Congress to work for you, there’s only this simple choice: Vote for unified Republican government.

While President Trump was implementing a travel ban to and from China, Democrats accused President Trump of being xenophobic and a racist. This weekend, medical members of the coronavirus task force praised President Trump’s decision. Democrats, including Mini Mike, have twisted President Trump’s words. Democrats said that President Trump called the coronavirus a hoax. Here’s what President Trump actually said:

President Trump jeered Democrats Friday night for criticizing his response to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, saying that it was a “new hoax” after a failed attempt to remove him from office over Ukraine.

“They tried to beat you on Russia, Russia, Russia — that didn’t work out too well,” Trump told a cheering crowd in South Carolina. “They tried the impeachment hoax. That was a perfect conversation. And this is the new hoax,” Trump declared.
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“Let’s get this right: A virus starts in China, makes its way into various countries all around the world, doesn’t spread widely at all in the United States because of the early actions that myself and my administration took against a lot of other wishes. And the Democrats’ single talking point and you see it is that it’s Donald Trump’s fault,” he said.

If you want a congress that’s controlled by a narcissistic, egotistical elitist that things that farming is what stupid people do and that thinks it’s ok to control your lives while decrying money in politics, vote Democrat. If you’re sane, though, it’s time to vote GOP. If you want to vote for a one-man special interest group, vote Democrat.

5 Responses to “Mini Mike, special interest group”

  • eric z says:

    Bloomberg is an opportunist with sixty billion. Why not buy himself a Presidency? For himself or his candidate of choice at a brokered convention. He’s Republican through and through. Rockefeller Republican [like the Clintons] and not Tea Party, but anyone who’d vote for him cross-dressing as a Democrat is batshit crazy. Or slave to propaganda bombardment, which differs somewhat from plain crazy. Pliant crazy. Crazed by the din.

  • Gary Gross says:

    Eric, I’m betting that there won’t be a contested convention. I’m betting that Bernie wins Texas & California by wide margins & collects (at minimum) one-fourth of the delegates he’ll need to win outright.

  • eric z says:

    Gary, your bet is my hope. My further hope and bet is not yours. Bernie defeating Trump in November. We’ve months to watch the show, and days to see if Mike sold his candidacy. As to Bloomberg, for a profit-oriented businessman spending half a billion, we need to figure what’s in it for Mike. Ego alone? More? What exactly? HOW WOULD HE USE THE POWER?

  • Chad Q says:

    Still haven’t figured out why there’s such a fervor for Bernie when the angry old clown hasn’t done anything his entire life (unless get a post office re-named counts as something) and is proposing things he will never be able to deliver on and if ever did deliver, would destroy the US as we know it. Not sure how destroying the US will help anyone but then again, most Bernie supporters have been given everything or told they deserve everything their entire lives.
    I still believe there will be a broker convention because the tops in the party don’t want Bernie and know what a disaster he would be not just for the party but for the US.
    I hope all Bernie supporters bet big on him and lose it all in November (the election that is, nothing else) because if they win, the US loses.

  • Gary Gross says:

    You just answered your own question. This is what you said:

    he will never be able to deliver on and if ever did deliver, would destroy the US as we know it.

    Bernie hates the United States & he especially hates the Constitution. This isn’t just an election. This is a point in history. Are we willing to surrender & see this great nation die? Or are we willing to fight a bare-knuckled fight to preserve the U.S.? That’s what this campaign really is about.

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