Power-hungry fascist billionaire Michael Bloomberg, who ruled New York as mayor while exhibiting third-world despot tendencies, a certifiable control freak who had an unnatural obsession with what New Yorkers put in their mouths, went on the attack against two outsider Republican presidential candidates.
Bloomberg, a leading nanny state controlist and anti-Bill of Rights agitator whose most famous “accomplishment” is limiting the size of soft drinks in NY to 16 ounces (because he knows best and it’s for your own good, you know) labeled those who don’t believe in the mysterious progressive false god of global warming as “right-wing crazies” (because if he can control Slurpees, he can control the weather, right?), then went on to attack Dr. Ben Carson and Ted Cruz.
“There’s one of them who was a surgeon, unfortunately at Johns Hopkins, who doesn’t believe in science,” Climate Commie Michael Bloomberg, referring to Dr. Ben Carson, told fellow leftist, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour. “Somebody said that’s like a business executive that doesn’t believe in profits.”
Nanny Bloomberg then shifted his attacks towards another non-establishment candidate, Ted Cruz.
“You’ve got a guy like Ted Cruz, who I think [liberal attorney Alan] Dershowitz said was the smartest law student he ever had, and he says some of the stupidest things I’ve ever heard,” Bloomberg said. “The only explanation, the only explanation, is he doesn’t believe it. He’s just saying it. Ted Cruz is a smart guy and you can’t say what he says in an intelligent way.”
No, the other explanation, Nanny Bloomberg, is that you’re not only stupid (your attacks will probably help both Carson and Cruz in the polls), but evil for pushing your controlist, anti-freedom, Soviet-style politics on America.
Stay in New York where people don’t appreciate freedom as much as the rest of the country. Either that, or migrate to North Korea or Cuba where your politics will be more accepted on a national level.
And it’s you, Nanny Bloomberg, who is the “science denier,” since actual scientific data shows that there has been no global warming in over 18 years. But then again, maybe that’s why you now conveniently call it “climate change,” so that you can have it both ways.
If you’re such a smart guy, Bloomberg, why don’t you man up and challenge Cruz or Carson to a debate on “climate change” or any other topic?
It doesn’t take much of an intellectual giant to call people you disagree with “crazies” Mickey, but we understand that’s all you have in your arsenal when the facts aren’t on your side.