Judge Jeanine, if you thought Trump and Bloomberg were similar, think again! Michael Bloomberg’s disastrous debate performance showed President Trump’s popularity and success is not attributed to his wealth.
Jeanine Pirro: If you ever thought President Donald J Trump’s popularity, success or occupancy in the White House was attributable to his billions, take a look at the presidential want to be, Michael Bloomberg, and think again. No on the surface Trump and Bloomberg might appear similar, both New York City, strong-willed billionaires, each wanting to be president in 2020. But the similarities end there. The obituaries written after Bloombergss disastrous, horrifying and embarrassing performance at the Nevada Democrat debate tell the story. Now most people outside of New York City don’t know who Michael Bloomberg is, and after watching the debate I’m not sure even he knows who he is. Once a Democrat, then a Republican, then an Independent and now we’re Democrat in order to run for president. The man is so wishy-washy and spineless that he doesn’t just flip flop, he flip flops and then backflips without any logical rational explanation other than political expediency. As a result he has single-handedly managed to alienate just about everyone he needs in his quixotic effort to become president. Consider the following. Now there are at least 40 separate work discrimination and sexual harassment cases that he has settled at his company, all of them sealed by a non-disclosure agreement, preventing the women from speaking. To her credit Elizabeth Warren, like a high school principal dressing dressing down a juvenile, went up one side of Bloomberg and down the other. Take a look.
Elizabeth Warren: Mister Mayor are you willing to release all of those women from those non-disclosure agreements so we can hear their side of the story.
Michael Bloomberg: None of them accuse me of doing anything other than, maybe they didn’t like the joke I told, and let me just go, and let me, the agreements between two parties that wanted to keep it quiet and that’s up to them. They signed those agreements and will live with it.
Jeanine Pirro: Well, apparently his handlers decided he couldn’t live with it and that is muzzling and then refusing to release these women from these agreements would not stand. So, according to the Washington Post though Bloomberg has for years battled woman’s allegations of profane sexist, comments as he ran a company where the culture of sexual harassment, and degradation of women appeared to be pervasive. The most high-profile case from a former saleswoman who sued Bloomberg alleging he told her to quote kill it, when he learned she was pregnant. The post interviewed a former employee who witnessed that very conversation. Now that kind of behavior has managed to tee off a lot of women in America. And then there is stop and frisk. Bloomberg has since apologized for using stop-and-frisk at the time he was mayor, managing to alienate just about all of law enforcement and those who believe that if handled correctly, stop and frisk was and effective crime-fighting tool, but he was so unprepared for this question that is of particular interest to the African-American community, and that he must court in his bid to be president, that he stumbled and acted as though he never even expected the question.
Michael Bloomberg: Well, if I go back and look at my time ain office the one thing that I’m really worried about, embarrassed about, was how it turned out with stop and frisk.
Jeanine Pirro: And, by the way, in that Landmark decision Terry vs Ohio, the United States Supreme Court and Justice Thurgood Marshall joining the majority, ruled that the Fourth Amendment prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures is not violated under stop-and-frisk, if the officer has a reasonable suspicion that the person is involved in criminality, and that he may be armed. But you know, mayor, what you should be even more worried about is the fact that you believe that the way to get guns out of kids hands is to throw them up against the wall and frisk them and that 95% of murders fit one MO. You think you can just take a description, Xerox it and pass it out to all the cops. And then you say that you’re trying to understand race issues by talking to a bunch of African American clergy and business people. You sat down with a bunch of African American clergy to figure this out. But the shame of this, is this is the one signature accomplishment that you continued for the Rudy Giuliani Administration where lives were actually saved. Now because of political expediency you disavow yourself of this and say if you had to do it over again you would not do stop and frisk. Essentially saying, you’d go back to the pre-Giuliani homicide rate of 2500 New York City victims a year. And then there are the farmers and the factory workers. Take a look at this.
Michael Bloomberg: I could teach anybody, even people in this room, so no offense intended, to it to be a farmer. You, it’s a process. You dig a hole, you put the seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn. Then you have 300 years, you could learn that. Then we have 300 of the industrial society. You put the piece of metal on the lathe, you turn the crank in the direction of the arrow and you can have a job.
Jeanine Pirro: What?
(Billy Madison) “What you just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I’ve ever heard. At no point in your rambling incoherent response were you even close to anything that can be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
Jeanine Pirro: I agree and need I remind you Mr. Mayor, your running as a Democrat in the most liberal progressive leftist bunch of presidential candidates in American history, and you cannot exhibit more articulate blatant and transphobia. Quote if your conversation during a presidential election is about some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she or it can go to the locker room with their daughter that’s not a winning formula for most people, close quote. Okay smarty pants so far you managed to tee off the women, the African-Americans, farmers, factory workers, law enforcement, the LGBTQ community, now is there anyone left? Oh yes. If you’re 95 and you need medical care, we probably shouldn’t have to give it to you since, according to Bloomberg, it’s not really cost-effective. Get it? And how about family members of the victims of one of the greatest hate crimes in our nation’s history, you tried to make it look like you were mayor of the city of New York on 9/11, and by the way you weren’t, Rudy Giuliani was, but you made sure, although the city Charter allows for just two terms, you brought your way into a third term. I suspect you might even try to do the same we’re here to be elected president. which by the way will never happen. And by the way, speaking of 9/11, your on tape telling widow’s of the victims killed that day to quote suck it up and move on. And finally then there’s another kind of small category, guns, that pretty much everyone else in the country. I have guns, handguns, long guns, as do many, many Americans. Were law-abiding citizens and we’re not responsible for what some criminal does with his or her gun. But you, Mr Bloomberg, want to do everything in your power to take away those guns. I got news for you, it ain’t going to happen. And, I understand your plotting a strategy for brokered convention. Smart, seeing as you haven’t won a single delegate, you can’t answer a single question, you’ve got huge negatives, you’re an elitist, you were the biggest loser at the highest watched debate and Democrat history, and might I add, you spent over four hundred million dollars to get Americans to know you, and you came out on stage and blew it almost as soon as you showed up. Might I suggest a new debate team, or personality change, you certainly can afford it. And that’s my open. Let me know what you think on my Facebook and Twitter hashtag Judge Jeanine.