Billionaire Democrat presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is having a very bad week.
In last night’s debate, he was destroyed by the most ineffective, unaccomplished and lackluster group of Democrat presidential candidates in recent history. Even CNN had to admit the radical gun-grabbing candidate’s performance was a miserable failure:
Even @CNN told the truth for once!
"@realDonaldTrump will destroy Michael Bloomberg if last night is any example of what’ll happen on a debate stage."
You would figuratively stop and frisk him on the debate stage.
Mike’s not ready for Primetime! pic.twitter.com/dDFakWYrHX
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— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) February 20, 2020
Earlier this week, Bloomberg’s campaign released an advertisement on television and social media which suggested that President Donald Trump is to blame for the deadly nightclub shooting that occurred at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, on June 12, 2016 – months before Trump took office.
Bloomberg is so desperate to be Donald Trump, that he’s actually paying people on social media to make him look, cool and popular. Meanwhile, President Trump has some of the best people in the meme business who give freely of their time to help President Trump defeat his opponents and win again in 2020.
Dan Scavino shared a hilarious video made by “Sol Memes, of Trump holding “Mini Mike” up for his supporters at a Trump rally. Scavino tweeting about Trump’s awesome and talented supporters who make his memes for free:
You’re absolutely right Dan!
That’s exactly why we do it! https://t.co/MqTcZbKWYX
— Mad Liberals (@mad_liberals) February 21, 2020
The former NYC mayor is trying to do something no sane person should attempt—he’s trying to emulate Donald Trump, and his one-of-a-kind sense of humor and sharp wit.
President Trump tweeted about Mini Mike’s performance at the debates last night, saying: “I don’t think there’s any chance whatsoever of Senator Sanders defeating President Trump.” Mini Mike Bloomberg. Mini, there’s even less chance, especially after watching your debate performance last night, of you winning the Democrat nomination…But I hope you do!”
Bloomberg’s response was downright embarrassing, as he referred to President Trump as a #carnivalbarkingclown.
— Mike Bloomberg (@MikeBloomberg) February 20, 2020
Bloomberg got destroyed for his horrible response.
Comedian Mike Dice asked Bloomberg if he’s been released from the hospital yet after his brutal beating at last night’s debate?
Have you been released from the hospital after that brutal beat down you got yesterday in the debate stage?
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) February 20, 2020
CNBC is reporting that Facebook is planning to put a dent in Bloomberg’s fake support campaign on their platform. Facebook is concerned about a lack of transparency in how Mike Bloomberg’s field organizers are using the platform to advocate for his presidential campaign, without identifying that they work for him, according to a source at the company. The source said Facebook is considering taking steps to make it clearer that the people posting messages of support are paid employees.
Enter Mike Bloomberg, who has spent $48.5 million on campaign and issue ads on Facebook since last May, according to Facebook’s Ad Library. Bloomberg’s campaign is hiring more than 500 deputy field organizers, a job which includes mobilizing supporters for get-out-the-vote efforts and engaging friends to support Bloomberg for president — which can include sharing on social networks.