2. The popular FakeNews narrative is that Bloomberg and the Clintons aren't close.
That's utter crap.
As early as 2010, Bloomberg was donating up to $1 MILLION per annum to the Clinton Foundation:
3. In July 2016, guess who crawled out of the woodwork to endorse Crooked as POTUS?
4. Here's the weasel speaking at the Democratic National Convention.
28 July 2016.
BADLY. He's a terrible speaker.
'It is imperative that we elect Hillary Clinton...'
5. By October 2016, Mini Mike was even being touted as Crooked's next Secretary of State.
Well well well.
6. Fast forward to Feb 16, 2020.
A few days ago.
Look who Bloomberg just recruited as one of his key campaign staffers. Quote:
'Bloomberg has tapped DC-based Marshall, who was President Bill Clinton’s White House social secretary from 1997 to 2001. Under the Obama administration, she served as chief of protocol of the United States — a sensitive diplomatic position bearing the rank of ambassador — from 2009 to 2013.'
7. Capricia Marshall sounds like a 'real beauty', as DJT would say. Quote:
'Capricia Marshall is one of the very top people in Hillary’s immediate inner circle, she is far more than a campaign person, far more than a political aide, and is a very respected insider in the Obama circle.'
Now ask yourself : why would Mike Bloomberg be working with Obama/Clinton goons?
Let me share my conclusion:
8. Bloomberg is EXPOSED.
There is no logical reason for him to even be in this race. And squandering his fortune.
Unless the reason is perfectly logical.
I hear that Sing Sing is cold in the winter.
10. And how about this.
Between 2008-2016, Bloomberg's wealth EXPLODED.
The guy went from 142nd to 17th on the Forbes List between 2008-2010.
Unheard of. Bloomberg was leapfrogging families whose taken DECADES to build their wealth, such as the Walmart dynasty.
In 2008 his worth was $11.5 billion. By 2016? $43 BILLION.
What a strange coincidence.
Unless there's no coincidence.
You know what I think. Lets see what happens.
This is why I follow. People put together timelines I don't have time to do. . . . Fantastic, Rex!
We don’t believe in coincidences! I’m ready to see what happens too.
@REX very interesting. It makes sense. The guy looked out of his league last night. He is either exposed, being “driven” by the Clintonistas to run so Hillary becomes *cough,cough* President, or both. Once Trump gets re-elected (let’s not take this for granted-go vote), the fecal matter should start to hit the wind dispersal unit.
@REX Bloomberg, what a mess he is! Yep he’s standing tall for somebody 🙄
@REX Great thread. The only thing is, for a guy worth $50 billion, spending the money he’s spending is hardly “squandering” money for him. It means nothing. $500 million or even $1 billion won’t make a dent in his personal fortune.
But most of these guys are total cheapskates. Look at Trump - he hated wasteful spending.
Bloomberg is on track to spend $1 billion + on this and he's got a very small chance of success. So why do it?
@REX Power. Isn’t that what it’s all about? I don’t disagree that he could very well have something to hide. But let’s not easily dismiss these people want power and lots of it.
I recall that the DNC is not financially sound and that campaign laws put conditions and limits on individual contributions. But if he is running himself, there are no limits to the billions he can spend.
By spending hugely on himself to bash and pull support from Trump, then throwing his support to the eventual nominee, he helps the Dems while saving them money.
@REX would love to know where he got his wealth so quickly.
2008 was a BAD year for MOST Americans.
Lost my assets.
@REX he is pouring a lot of money into some heavily depleted coffers. Both the DNC and their media subsidiaries. Side effect or main purpose?
@REX Understand this as well. 2008 was the big crash and EVERY business on Wall Street took massive hits and took years to recover, even with some help. NONE of them, with possibly the exception of Goldman Sachs saw exponential growth and the only reason Sachs saw such growth was the enforcement of the need for small brokers to have an introductory broker dealer vouch for them. Goldman took them all on and made half of them merge and killed the others off. If Bloomberg profited he is DEEP Swamp!
Bloomberg Barclay Indexes:
@REX Brilliant thread again REX. I am enjoying the show. While Trump is looking younger and quite calm.
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