Democratic Presidential Candidate Mike Bloomberg Reveals His Strategy For Getting Rid Of Trump; It’s A Real Eye-Roller

(Tea Party PAC) – Democrats and progressives all over America have made it clear that they absolutely hate rich folks, especially billionaires, demanding they pay an obscenely high rate of taxes in order to provide a dearth of welfare programs designed to care for citizens from cradle to the grave, caring little for the fact such programs destroy incentive for innovation.

Yet, in a twist of irony, many of the individuals running for the Democratic Party presidential nomination are filthy rich, the very same people that the left claims are the enemy. A good case in point is Mike Bloomberg, who recently revealed that he’s using all of his money to get rid of Trump.

Here’s more from Infowars:

Bloomberg is rejecting criticism from rivals for the Democratic nomination that the billionaire is trying to buy the US election.

(Infowars) – US presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg told Reuters he is ready to spend much of his vast fortune to oust Republican President Donald Trump from the White House in 2020.

Bloomberg is rejecting criticism from rivals for the Democratic nomination that the billionaire is trying to buy the US election.

Ranked by Forbes as the eighth-richest American, Bloomberg has flooded US airwaves and social media feeds with messages that he stands the best chance to beat Trump, spending more on campaign ads since he launched his campaign in November than his main Democratic rivals have over the last year.

“Number one priority is to get rid of Donald Trump. I’m spending all my money to get rid of Trump,” Bloomberg told Reuters aboard his campaign bus on Saturday (Jan 11), during a nearly 483km drive across Texas, one of the 14 states that will vote on Super Tuesday on Mar 3.

“Do you want me to spend more or less? End of story.”

US Senator Elizabeth Warren, one of the leading Democratic presidential contenders who has vowed to get money out of politics, blasted Bloomberg when he launched his campaign with a US$37 million TV advertising blitz, accusing the former New York City mayor of trying to buy American democracy.

“These are just political things they say, hoping they catch on and they don’t like me doing it, because it competes with them, not because it’s bad policy,” Bloomberg said.

After entering the race late and missing the first six Democratic debates, Bloomberg generally sits fifth in national public opinion polls behind Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Warren and Pete Buttigieg.

But not just the two liberal standard-bearers of Warren and Sanders, all of the four are too liberal to beat Trump, Bloomberg said.

“One of the reasons I’m reasonably confident I could beat Trump is I would be acceptable to the moderate Republicans you have to have,” said Bloomberg, a former Republican who made his fortune selling financial information to Wall Street firms.

“Whether you like it or not, you can’t win the election unless you get moderate Republicans to cross the line. The others are much too liberal for them and they would certainly vote for Donald Trump.”

After a late entry into the race, he is skipping the first four Democratic nomination contests in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina all due to take place in February.

Instead, Bloomberg is waging a nationwide campaign to capture delegates in later contests such as Texas, which will be the second largest prize among the 14 Super Tuesday states.

At campaign events in San Antonio, Austin and Dallas in Texas on Saturday, Bloomberg said his bipartisan nature made it more likely he could deliver on his pledges to expand health insurance coverage, fight climate change and reduce gun violence.

While his speeches drew modest crowds of no more than a few hundred in Austin and fewer still in San Antonio, many who attended said they were independents or former Trump supporters who had learned about Bloomberg through his massive advertising campaign.

“He’s better than Trump,” said Marcelo Montemayor, 75, who listened to Bloomberg speak at a taco restaurant in San Antonio.

Montemayor voted for Trump in 2016 but worries the president’s conservative appointees to federal courts could undermine abortion rights.

Bloomberg’s television ads have dominated the airwaves both nationwide and in Texas.

In the top four media markets in the Lone Star State, which include Houston and Dallas, Bloomberg has spent more than US$15 million on television ads through mid-January, said Mark Jones, a political scientist at Houston’s Rice University, who analyzed Federal Communications Commission records on ad buys.

That exceeds the combined spending nationwide by Democratic frontrunners in 2019, according to a Wesleyan Media Project analysis of Kantar/CMAG television ad data through mid-December.

And for this year’s Super Bowl broadcast on Feb 2 in Miami, Trump and Bloomberg both plan to air a 60-second television commercial, a prime example of their ability to devote vast resources to reach millions of viewers.

Trump campaign officials said the campaign paid US$10 million for air time. Last year’s National Football League championship game drew nearly 100 million viewers.

“You can’t get to 330 million people by shaking hands. Television is still the magic medium,” Bloomberg said.

“If the Super Bowl wasn’t a place to get to an awful lot of people they wouldn’t be charging a lot, or nobody would be paying it. This is capitalism at work.”

In other words, it’s okay for him to be in the race because he’s using his billions to spread anti-Trump messages and that makes hime one of the good billionaires who is on the side of the little people or some such nonsense.

That’s the narrative he’s attempting to push, but whether or not anyone is taking him seriously is most definitely left up to debate. Guess we’ll find out as primary season wraps up.



  1. The problem with Bloomberg is, he has been so spoiled with all of his money that he does not realize that his money is what his admires are worshiping, not Bloomberg. He actually thinks he is the second coming of Christ. Very dangerous man and his loyalties are only for himself and his money.

  2. My name is Rudy Kuechenberg and I played in the N.F.L. for 6 years, & my four old younger brother is Bob Kuechenberg, who played 15 years on the Miami Dolphins, & was a 6 time All Pro! He was also on the “Perfect Season” Dolphins of 1972!!!
    We both drastically despise, & hate that fricane liar, Donald Trump!!!
    We both wish you the best in getting Donald Trump kicked out of office! He is an outright “LIAR,”, & a cheater!
    Keep up you good work! “Kick Ass, & Mow Grass,
    Thank you, Rudy,& Bob Kuechenberg

    Rudy Kuechenberg

    • So you and your brother were football players. SO WHAT! Is that supposed to somehow give your opinion more credibility? It does not. Your opinion has no more credibility than anyone else’s.

  3. One thing Bloomberg won’t be telling you in his TV ads is that he has been in bed with the Chinese leadership for years and that a high number of his employees are Chinese. He is cashing in on cheap labor and conducting business mostly off shore. He stands for nothing that benefits America.

  4. Hey little Mikey…..The Only Thing Necessary for the Triumph of Evil is that Good Men and Women – Do Nothing!! All of us deplorable “Joe Six-packer’s” will be doing everything to get POTUS *Cajones* Trump back into the Oval Office in November!! Take it to-the-bank!!

    Go back to one of your ELEVEN mansions little Mikey…..You will not be going to the *People’s House* (W/H)!! Capiche??

  5. Hey little Mike Bloomberg (5′ 5″) – the “Fat-Cat” Billionaire, who owns mansions everywhere, (ELEVEN) including Bermuda – where I once lived!! How much did you donate to Bermuda charities, little Mike?? How much have you donated to Australia – with all their out-of-control fires, now destroying their country??……I CAN’T HEAR YOU little Mike!!
    Bloomberg’s Bermuda mansion below…. Also, Controversially, in 2008, Bloomberg ran for a third term as mayor. After spending an unprecedented amount of his own money to the tune of $90 million on the campaign, he secured a record third consecutive term in 2009.
    Your BILLION’S of $$ will NOT buy you the *Oval Office* little Mike!! Capiche??

    Michael Bloomberg Net Worth United States NET WORTH
    $ 33.9 Billion

  6. Mikey,
    I hope you go broke trying to get rid of the President. I also hope you have to live somewhere that you can be injured , robbed, even killed, without your armed security. Maybe then you will gain a true understanding of a portion of the reasoning behind the 2nd Amendment.

  7. People gloss over the fact this is the same guy who thinks Black men should be searched for no reason other then that they may have done something. He believes the constitutions is a obscure paper from another age that he doesn’t have to pay attention to because he’s rich. He also seems to believe the only people who should be able to defend themselves is him and his cronies who have armed protection from the filthy masses.

  8. Hopefully voters understand that these Democrat candidates will say anything to be elected and then do whatever they want. Their word means nothing. At least President Trump has done what he said he would do in many cases and is striving against jealous, hateful opposition to complete his promises. Haven’t heard Mr. Bloomberg say HE would not draw a salary. Only heard him say “you can keep your own doctor”. Heard that one before. It was a lie then and it’s still a lie today. Trump 2020!

  9. I doubt that these are Trump supporters out to see Bloomberg. I’m an Independent and a Trump supporter who will be supporting President Trump again in 2020. Why? Because he has actually accomplished what he said he would accomplish. President Trump didn’t buy his way into the white house like Bloomberg. He ran on an agenda that people liked, he won, and he has delivered. Any Trump supporter should be happy. So, I see this story as pushing some fake news. Those former Trump supporters were likely paid for by Bloomberg. That’s how he is using his money to buy the election.

    • Good Work so far there “Bloomie” at least you are doing some good with your money, helps the economy. I hate to
      listen to your Radio Station every couple of minutes we have to be reminded it is your station. Pretty sad there Bud.

  10. Little Mike is a jerk. If you can not get a law passed. LM buys it.
    I don’t trust LMB.
    God bless President Trump and the USA.
    God bless 2A. It helps protect the common folks daily.

  11. Remember that he was not the mayor during 9/11 Guiliani was !!!!!!!! Guiliani was term limit out at two term but Doomerger ran” illegally ” for three terms which help to destroy everything that Guiliani had done for the NYC.



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