Next Up: At $53 Billion – Michael Bloomberg

Posted November 7th, 2019 by Iron Mike

He’s a Billionaire – $53 Billion to be exact,  and he’s about to announce his run for the White House, – because he fears that either Bernie or the Squaw would strip his wealth to pay for your “FREE STUFF”.

During his 12 years as NYC Mayor – he reversed all of Rudy Giuliani’s crime-fighting tactics,  – then turned the city over to the commie de Blasio.

What happened since this March Michael?   

Did the campaign rhetoric of Bernie and the Squaw get you worried enough that you’re running to safeguard your fortune from the Socialist Wealth Collectors?

When Mayor Bloomberg stopped Giuliani’s highly successful “Stop-Talk & Frisk” police program, the murder rate jumped 20%.   But Michael was in Bermuda – untouched…

Here in MassHole, we’re thinking that Tall Deval is eagerly awaiting Bloomberg’s announcement. Tall Deval was so quick back in 2016 to endorse ANYBODY but Trump…

Bloomberg is exactly the kind of mega-rich would-be KING our Founders and Framers feared might one day emerge. 

Thus they gave us the 2nd Amendment!

Anybody out there willing to trust our future to Bloomberg?

4 Responses to “Next Up: At $53 Billion – Michael Bloomberg”

  1. panther 6

    This guy is a filthy rich loser and very strong anti 2nd Amendment advocate. He has the money to run a strong campaign but hopefully he is too late and folks can see him for what he is – a self centered, protect his money, candidate from the other radical demorats seeking to ruin our country.

  2. Sherox

    Another proof that 99.9% of all evil coming out in this country originates in Mass.

  3. Walter Knight

    Bloomberg, a legend in his own mind.

  4. Rosario Vollman

    Did you hear the news about Michael Bloomberg? It looks like he’s going to try to become the next democrat president. How many nominees are there now??

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