The American people continue to employ various ways of communicating their lack of enthusiasm for 2020 Democrat Mike Bloomberg.
The lack of support for Bloomberg’s campaign despite his millions spent on misinformation via ads is one example. Likewise comes the bipartisan criticism that the 2020 candidate is essentially working to buy his way into the nomination. Yet another example of Americans’ rejection of Bloomberg appears in his failure to win a single caucus or primary election.
On Sunday, Americans sent an added message of disdain towards the vertically-challenged presidential candidate. When Bloomberg spoke before an audience of churchgoers in Selma, Alabama, many of the black attendees stood up and turned their back on Bloomberg.
Breitbart News moreover reports that white attendees and others joined black Alabamians in silently protesting Bloomberg as he attempted to win voters over.
The Silent, Anti-Bloomberg Church Protest
The former New York City mayor’s attempts to win over black and Southern voters come after the resurfacing of some questionable remarks. By Bloomberg’s own previous admission, he doesn’t think much of farmers or factory workers.
According to Bloomberg, factory work just involves placing items on conveyor belts, whereas farming is merely putting seeds in the ground and then depositing dirt on top; a few years back, Bloomberg stated that he could teach “anyone” to do these jobs.
Likewise, the 2020 Democrat’s past remarks about blacks and Latinos also contributed to why Selma churchgoers turned their backs on him yesterday.
His big, phony speeches about alleged voter suppression and the racial wealth gap didn’t erase past statements about black and Latino males being incapable of proper workplace behavior; the speech he attempted to sell to voters yesterday also didn’t absolve his previous assertions that minority males between the ages of 15 and 25 shouldn’t own guns.
The End of Mini Mike
At some point, Mike Bloomberg will be forced to drop out of the 2020 presidential election. Yesterday’s silent protest from Alabamians took place on the 55th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. This particular Sunday marks one in which black Americans were attacked during a Selma civil rights march.
The 2020 Democrat may have the money to last longer than other presidential candidates, but the writing is on the wall here. The hundreds of millions of dollars that Bloomberg has spent on forcing his ads down Americans’ throats hasn’t helped him win a single state election. Yesterday’s anti-Bloomberg protest speaks volumes about how the nation sees him.
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