During a discussion about climate change with PBS’s Firing Line show, leftist billionaire and globalist Mike Bloomberg tells the PBS host, Margaret Hoover that communist China’s dictator, Xi Jinping, “is not a dictator.”

Here’s a portion of the conversation:

Margaret Hoover – The United States currently accounts for about 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions. China accounts for roughly about 30% of global greenhouse emissions. How do we, even if we get to net-zero how do we get China, India and the other countries to be good partners?

Michael Bloomberg – No, China is doing a lot.

Michael Bloomberg – Yes, they are still building a lot of coal-fired power plants.

Hoover –  And they’re still burning coal.

Michael Bloomberg – But they are now moving plants away from the city. The communist party wants to stay in power in China, and they listen to the public. When the public says we can’t breathe the air, Xi Jinping is not a dictator—he has to satisfy his constituents or he’s not going to survive.

Hoover – He’s not a dictator?

Michael Bloomberg – No, he has a constituency to answer to.

Hoover – He doesn’t have a vote. He doesn’t have a democracy. He’s not held accountable by voters.

Michael Bloomberg – That doesn’t mean he can survive…

Hoover – Is the check on him just a revolution?

Michael Bloomberg –You’re not gonna have a revolution. 

Michael Bloomberg – No government survives without the will of the majority of its people.

To her credit, Hoover doesn’t let Bloomberg get away with his embarrassing attempt to prove communist China’s dictator, Xi Jinping isn’t a dictator, but instead, an unelected official who’s accountable to his constituents.

Watch the incredible interview here:

Wow…watching this video almost makes one wonder if Democrats think we’re too stupid to question what they’re telling us about man-made climate change, even when we catch them red-handed, lying to us.

Hey Mike, why don’t you tell the protesters in Hong Kong about how Xi Jinping isn’t a dictator? Or how about the Uyghur Muslims in concentration camps in China?

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