Will Bloomberg be the Overnight Sensation Come Super Tuesday?
He's coming March 3rd. Be scared, be very scared. Be angry, very angry. As much as I'd like to go to a ridiculously priced Rage Against the Machine concert (and I really, really, really want to go see them), I'm gonna donate money to Bernie instead. Please vote for the only possible left alternative to Bloomberg and Trump. It's our chance of a lifetime. Think we can wait another four years or more? I don't.
We have no real polls for Super Tuesday but given Bloomberg is the only one w/ TV ads and a real field/press operation before 52 percent of voters (the non-Texas/California states), fairly possible he emerges overnight as the leader in pledged delegates.
— Lee Fang (@lhfang) February 13, 2020
He's unrepentently racist. He even doubles down on racism:
WATCH: Bloomberg refuses to alologize for saying that “95% of crimes” are “committed by minorities” pic.twitter.com/5Ywp32qsEO
— 29 U.S.C. § 157 (@OrganizingPower) February 13, 2020
Hopefully, the Black community will not waste their votes on Bloomberg or his class collaborators Buttigieg, Biden, Warren, Klobuchar but who knows with shills like Don Lemon who defends stop and frisk:
Don Lemon defends "stop-and-frisk" while a panelist tells him that he himself was stopped and frisked in Harlem by Bloomberg Administration.
— José Castillo Jr Unapologetically Progressive (@JoseCastilloJr) February 13, 2020
Well, we'll see how it all pans out soon enough come March 3rd when most voters will have already voted in their primaries. It's now or never.
To every member of the caucus that endorsed Bloomberg, we will organize opposition to your campaign like you’ve never seen before. There is no justification for supporting a proven racist. https://t.co/Nr4QU0WHyp
— Benjamin Dixon (@BenjaminPDixon) February 13, 2020