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“You Vill Behave!” Mary Poppins Bloomberg in 2006


That munchkin voice. If only the lifting cable had a noose.

And then there’s this:

Bloomberg Hires Thousands Of Canvassers To Stop Black Men On Street And Force Them To Hear Campaign Pitch
NEW YORK—Citing polling data that suggested the former mayor was tracking poorly among 18- to 25-year-old African Americans, Michael Bloomberg’s presidential campaign hired thousands of canvassers Friday to stop black men on the street and force them to hear his campaign pitch. “We want to make sure black voters can’t walk down the street without hearing Mike’s message loud and clear,” said campaign spokesperson Julie Wood, clarifying that canvassers have received training on the proper tactics for stopping black men and throwing them onto the ground while delivering Bloomberg’s talking points.

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  • Skorpion February 17, 2020, 7:59 PM

    A toxic brew of Broadway *schmaltz* and open authoritarianism.
    May he piss away his fortune in an unsuccessful bid to buy the Democratic nomination.

  • Tom Hyland February 17, 2020, 8:03 PM

    Can you imagine Harry Truman doing such a thing? Or Eisenhower? No… you can’t imagine that. The Dems are certifiably insane. Trump couldn’t have dreamed of such ammunition to use against a rival. “If only my opponent would willingly fly about a stage with an umbrella like Mary Poppins… that would be rich.” Well… that would be Mike. I read that 2020 was going to be stark raving madness. So far so good.

  • Jack February 18, 2020, 6:29 AM

    What a touching little vid. An abusive, power corrupted, white bajillionaire Jew wearing his boater, a snappy suit and with a magic umbrella, flying mere feet over the heads of his beloved negros who raise their arms in adoration of their white savior.

    Blacks will drink this snake oil in 5ths.

  • jwm February 18, 2020, 7:08 AM

    What a horrid little creature.


  • Kevin Dickson February 18, 2020, 7:15 AM

    We call this White-Splaining

  • Gordon Scott February 18, 2020, 7:32 AM

    I got a text from a canvasser asking why I wasn’t committed to Bloomberg. Minnesota has a primary for the first time in my decades here, so it’s getting some Super Tuesday attention.

    Bloomberg is hiring all the political operatives he can find, including many right out of other campaigns. They get $6,000 an month, guaranteed through November, plus housing and a new laptop and iPhone 11. Few are going to turn that down, even if they really plan to vote for Bernie.

    So what if Mikey doesn’t get the nomination? He still has to pay out at least $24K to each, and some are getting more.

    Right now state and local Dem campaigns are pissing about the poaching. But if Bloomberg doesn’t get the nomination, then all of those activists can jump back into the lower ballot races, and what’s more, they can work for nothing–because they’re already funded.

  • BlogDog February 18, 2020, 7:56 AM

    You’d think someone so short wouldn’t condescend.

  • Aggie February 18, 2020, 9:20 AM

    Stop and Fisk

  • West Slope Engineer February 18, 2020, 12:53 PM

    There does seem to be some of ‘The Short Man syndrome’ in evidence.

  • Casey Klahn February 18, 2020, 1:44 PM

    Aggie: snort! Love it.

    I am seeing, esp. on DR, stories about the momentum of Bloomberg. All plants; total bullshit. The same mark as his new site. A fukkin shamster.

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