Mike Pence and Mike Bloomberg
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While surging in the polls among some Democrats, as far as Independents and Republicans the 400 million dollars Michael Bloomberg has already spent in TV ads isn’t buying his way into the White House anytime soon.

Old videos of Michael Bloomberg past liberal elitist comments are coming back to haunt him, including one he made about how simple it is, in his liberal elitist mind, to be a farmer.

As we reported last week, a 2016 video of Bloomberg surfaced of him disparaging farmers saying, anyone can be a farmer, “You dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn”.

The former mayor’s campaign manager, Kevin Sheekey, described the comments as being taken “completely out of context,” Fox News reported.

Context or not, the bottom line is there’s no getting around that Bloomberg, like all liberal elitist, believes people in the information industry are smarter than those uneducated hick farmers they routinely fly-over.

“You have to have a different skill set, you have to have a lot more gray matter,” the billionaire said.

The Democrats Learned Nothing For Their Historic Loss In 2016 To Donald Trump.

Bloomberg’s idiocy, of course, went viral and I suspect it’ll be played again and again in Midwestern states by President Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign if Bloomberg were to ever become the Democratic nominee.

Bloomberg’s feeble-minded thinking is typical from any big-city elitist and ironically the same exact sentiments doomed Hillary Clinton and the Democrats in the 2016 presidential election.

With Communist Bernie Sanders as the Democrats frontrunner and Bloomberg currently running second, it appears the Democrats are determined to lose again in 2020.

After Vice President Mike Pence saw the video and having been born and raised in Columbus, Indiana, Bloomberg’s comments offended him even more than most.

In response to Bloomberg’s ridiculous and condescending comments, Pence shared a clip of Paul Harvey’s “God Made a Farmer” speech.

The clip begins perfectly with the words:

“And on the eighth day, God looked down on his planned paradise and said, ‘I need a caretaker.’ So God made a farmer,” 







Sorry, Not Sorry, Mike Bloomberg

If Bloomberg believes he can simply claim that his comments were taken out of context, then this mental midget is the ‘out of context’ king.

Here’s a few of the stories we have covered JUST in little over a week… And there’s still a whole growing season before the November election.




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