Bloomberg Appears to be Auditioning for his Own “Jackass” Film

The Evening Campaign Update (Because the Campaign Never Ends)

Mike Bloomberg is a raging jackass. That’s all there is to it. – Pardon my French, but man, this guy just personifies rank jackassery in tiny loafers.

Let’s look at the highlights from his day’s activities…

First, watch as Mini-Mike licks his fingers, touches all the food on the buffet and puts what he doesn’t eat back in the box:

Seriously, who does this? It’s an honest question.

Next, there was this:

Good lord, who are the imbeciles advising this jerk? For the record, the word “Tejas” was being used by Indians native to East Texas for centuries before any Spaniard set foot anywhere in the New World. What an uneducated oaf this tiny man is.

Oh, but it gets better…

Next, check this out:

Super Tuesday: Michael Bloomberg says he will eat at Chinese restaurant to show solidarity over coronavirus

um….how would eating at a “Chinese” restaurant in the United States show “solidarity” with the thousands of Chinese people suffering from the Coronavirus? I mean, it would show “solidarity” if you’re going to fly to freaking China to eat at an actual Chinese restaurant there.

Isn’t this racist? Would Donald Trump, if he said this exact thing, be portrayed by every Democrat and corrupt journalist in America as a racist for saying it?

Yep.

But wait, there’s more!

APCO's Vendor Hall: Tips for Avoiding the Billy Mays' Sales Pitch

Ok, it’s the same video as the one above, but it is such a jackass move it deserved to be repeated:

Jackass. A raging oaf of a jackass. That’s all there is to it.

That is all.

Today’s news moves at a faster pace than ever. Whatfinger.com is my go-to source for keeping up with all the latest events in real time.

6 thoughts on “Bloomberg Appears to be Auditioning for his Own “Jackass” Film

  1. Jimmy MacAfee - March 3, 2020

    As was posted on another DB Update, the man is gross: he’ll walk up to strangers at a restaurant and sample their platter, and steal food from dining partners. There is something profoundly wrong with a man who has no manners and understanding of social mores.

    What this indicates – and I’m not a shrink, but a fairly capable observer – is that he has no boundaries, and does not accept nor understand societal norms: rules are for everyone else. Like his junk food habit, while he lectures others, and gun control, where he chooses to have armed people around him but would leave everybody else disarmed.

    There are more than a few possibilities here to choose from, but these issues stand out:

    -Sociopathic behavior, where the rules don’t apply to him and he has little or no empathy.
    -High-grade autism, where he misses social cues and cannot adjust to social norms.
    -Narcissistic Personality, where he lives for applause.

    I suspect a little of the first two: he can focus on specific issues, especially regarding business issues, but outside of those issues, he is utterly vapid, without conscience nor cognizance. As a psychopath, he would easily be less involved than we might suspect with HRC; in autism, he would be far more aware than Dustin Hoffman in “RainMan,” but far less aware than Ben Affleck in “The Accountant.”

    He is not fit for high office.

  2. Gregg - March 3, 2020

    Let’s see:

    Bloomberg eats other’s food from their plates, mandates what food others consume, and has no clue about the real world outside his Manhattan Bubble…

    Biden sniffs little girl’s hair, routinely gropes women and violates space boundaries, and now can’t put a subject and a predicate together if his life depended on it…

    BUT, Trump is an uncouth, gauche unsophisticated slob who embarrasses America on the World Stage?

    Really?

  3. Gregg - March 3, 2020

    I am a being masochist tonight and am watching CNN’s Super Tuesday primary election coverage just to see how bad they are.

    Anyways, I saw my state: TN which has 73 delegates (according to bing.com map) CNN says 64 delegates and Pocahontas’ MA which has 114 (according to bing.com map) CNN says 91 delegates.

    The apparent delegate discrepancy is the difference between CNN election day active delegates and the bing.com total which includes the non-committed (hidden) Super Delegates.

    Both states have 11 electoral college votes meaning they have basically the same population. So, using the CNN active delegate counts, TN and MA have a total of 155, but RED TN has less than 42% (influence) versus BLUE MA which has over 58% (influence). So much for one man (person), one vote.

    How does that work? Gee, I wonder why it is that two states with the same population get such wildly disproportionate power: Blue State 58%; Red State 41%.

    Something stinks here, but then again we are talking about a Donna Brazile type Democratic Party show.

    It’s 2100 CST and I have seen enough Bernie Schiff for one night; going to watch two much more believable and enjoyable Hogan’s Heroes reruns.

  4. Boarwild - March 3, 2020

    Watching FNC: there’s Donna Brazile who should have been fired & escorted out of the building this a.m. sitting with the whole FNC panel.

    Anybody else sick if these double standards?

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - March 4, 2020

      As it is commonly said: if they didn’t have double standards, they’d have no standards at all.

  5. Cynthia - March 4, 2020

    Bloomberg: so gross and entitled.

Comments are closed.

Scroll to top
%d bloggers like this: