Donald Trump prefers Bloomberg to Sanders

This 14 December 2020 video from the USA says about itself:

Trump: I’d Rather Run Against Bloomberg Than Bernie

That is not really surprising.

As a Trump-Bloomberg election would be between two billionaires. And between one racist politician and another racist politician. And between one politician who imprisons children for immigrating, and another politician using prisoners’ forced labour for his election campaign.

This 14 February 2020 video from the USA is called Scandal Reveals Trump & Bloomberg Have A LOT In Common.

Quite some voters might stay home in disgust. Which would favour Donald Trump’s fanatical hard core of supporters.

While public opinion polls say that Bernie Sanders would beat Trump more surely than any other Democratic party candidate. And Trump does not want to be beaten. So he prefers Bloomberg to Sanders.

This 15 February 2020 video from the USA is called No, Trump’s Not Scared of Mike Bloomberg—He’d Prefer Him to Bernie Sanders.

While it looks like some right-wingers in the Democratic party prefer Trump to Sanders

Rare tropical parula in Texas, USA

This video from the USA says about itself:

Tropical Parula (Setophaga pitiayumi) Feeding, Preening and Calling – Lion’s/ Shelly Park Refugio, Refugio County Texas – March 1, 2017

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:


07 FEB 2020 – Armand Bayou Nature Center, Harris County, Texas

Reported by eBird user Mike Austin on February 7, 2020 at 09:06

Tropical Parula (Setophaga pitiayumi) CONFIRMED


“Male. Tiny warbler with black mask, yellow throat & breast with orange was across latter, white belly & vent. Bluish wings with bold white wingbars. Blue back with greenish saddle. Higher-pitched chip than Orange-crowned Warbler. Seen intermittently for about three minutes foraging in dense vegetation at tops of yaupon & dense tree vines about 15 feet off ground. Usual place on Martyn Trail at bayou end of pine grove. Loosely associated with Yellow-rumped, Pine & and Orange-crowned Warblers & a Ruby-crowned Kinglet.”

Identification Notes:

Small short-tailed warbler; bright and boldly patterned. Blue-gray above with green back, two bold white wing bars (limited white in Middle American birds), and yellow-orange throat and chest. Males have darker face and brighter yellow-orange chest than females. Bill is sharp, black above and yellow below. Very similar to Northern Parula; note lack of white eye arcs and no dark markings on breast. Beware of rarely-occurring hybrids and some dull immatures, which can be very similar to Northern Parula. Common and widespread in forests throughout Central and South America; rare in U.S.; found only in mossy forests in southern Texas.