US Democratic presidential candidate Bloomberg, update

This 20 February 2020 video from the USA says about itself:

Bloomberg vs. Democracy (w/ Tim Black & Justin Jackson)

BLOOMBERG TERMINAL Mike Bloomberg emerged from behind the shield of a $300 million-plus advertising blitz on Wednesday night for his first nationally televised Democratic debate. The result wasn’t pretty. The media and financial services mogul got pummeled over his record of allegedly sexist comments and behavior, his racist policing practices, his failure to release his tax returns, his support for Republicans, and his efforts to buy his way into the Democratic primary. [HuffPost]

BLOOMBERG: MY TAXES ARE TOO COMPLICATED Bloomberg claimed during the debate that releasing his tax returns to the public would be complicated and take “a long time.” “Unfortunately or fortunately, I make a lot of money and we do business all around the world and we are preparing it,” the billionaire, who is self-funding his presidential campaign, said. [HuffPost]

THE REAL ELIZABETH WARREN STEPS UP Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has been playing nice, and sliding steadily downward in the polls. But that all changed at Wednesday’s debate. “I’d like to talk about who we’re running against: a billionaire who calls women ’fat broads’ and ‘horse-faced lesbians’,” Warren said in her opening comments. “And, no, I’m not talking about Donald Trump. I’m talking about Mayor Bloomberg.” [HuffPost]

WARREN TACKLES BLOOMBERG AGAIN Sen. Elizabeth Warren continued to lambaste billionaire and fellow Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg, saying she had written a simple contract he could sign that would release dozens of women who filed sex discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuits against him and his company from their nondisclosure agreements. [HuffPost]

What exactly is an NDA? Here’s what to know before you sign.

BLOOMBERG CLAIMS WOMEN EARN THE SAME AS MEN AT HIS COMPANY. THEY DON’T. At Wednesday night’s Democratic primary debate, as Michael Bloomberg took a bludgeoning for the mistreatment of women at the company that made him a billionaire, he said: “In my foundation, the person that runs it’s a woman, 70% of the people there are women. In my company, lots and lots of women have big responsibilities. They get paid exactly the same as men.” Bloomberg’s company disclosures prove the claim that women are paid equally to be false.

Bloomberg is a Climate Change Con Man: here.

8 thoughts on “US Democratic presidential candidate Bloomberg, update

  1. BILLIONAIRE Michael Bloomberg, whose wealth amounts to $64bn, has seen his bid to purchase first of all the Democratic nomination to be its presidential candidate, and then to be the President of the USA falter badly on Wednesday night at the Nevada Forum.

    Bloomberg had refused to take part in the Iowa and New Hampshire Primaries, concentrating on spending hundreds of millions of dollars in advertising in the main US states!

    The forum in Nevada was the first major test for the former New York City mayor, and he failed badly. …

    A Washington Post-ABC poll on Wednesday showed Sanders at 32% with Biden falling to 16%. Bloomberg was third on 14% and Warren fourth on 12%. Everything was set for Bloomberg’s launching as the billionaire saviour of the Democratic Party’s right wing, but he failed badly.

    Before the rally began, Sanders condemned him and a system ‘that allows billionaires to buy elections … My friends, that is called oligarchy, not democracy,’ Sanders said. …

    At the Forum, Sanders highlighted Bloomberg’s support of a stop-and-search New York City police policy that was directed against non-whites.

    Elizabeth Warren warned the Democratic leaders ‘Democrats take a huge risk if we just substitute one arrogant billionaire for another,’ tying Bloomberg to Donald Trump. Biden highlighted Bloomberg’s past criticism of Barack Obama’s healthcare reform.


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