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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Best news at DNC for Trump

Mike Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City, will endorse Hillary at the DNC convention.

That is great news for Trump.

Michael R. Bloomberg, who bypassed his own run for the presidency this election cycle, will endorse Hillary Clinton in a prime-time address at the Democratic National Convention and make the case for Mrs. Clinton as the best choice for moderate voters in 2016, an adviser to Mr. Bloomberg said.
The news is an unexpected move from Mr. Bloomberg, who has not been a member of the Democratic Party since 2000; was elected the mayor of New York City as a Republican; and later became an independent.
Rudy Giuliani endorsed Trump. He's America's Mayor.

Bloomberg is America's Nanny. He tried to ban 7-Eleven Big Gulps. Outside of Manhattan, he is a joke.

A vote for Hillary is a vote for government controlling your salt, your sugar, and your guns. This is a great development, and I trust her staff of hundreds of Ivy League lawyers approved his message and will give him a prime-time slot. Maybe Lena Dunham can introduce him.

But Bloomberg's endorsement does something else. It alerts his staff at Bloomberg News once and for all to do everything they can to stop Donald Trump. None of Blomberg's reporters or editors will cut Trump any slack.

And that is good, too, because Americans are fed up with media lies. The more the press slams Trump on petty stuff, the more Americans want him to win.

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10 comments:

  1. Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose.

    This is the reason the Progressive Left finds itself in their predicament. They refuse to observe the results of their decisions and make course corrections. They always double-down on them. It's as if they believe that the worse they make a situation the more the ignorant masses will come to them for a solution. Also, the ends justifies any means, however unethical or corrupt. Control is the name of their game. They have tasted power for the last seven years and won't give up easily. Trump is offering an alternative solution based on the American Way, and it is resonating with a lot more people than want to admit it. As usual, the Progressive Left has no rational argument, so expect a lot of mud slinging between now and Election Day. - Elric


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  2. Of course, Bloomberg has spent millions to get rid of guns.
    Bertha

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  3. My thoughts exactly on Bloomie.

    And it's pretty obvious the media hates Trump, so most people have that in their calculations.

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  4. All this DNC booing and talk of "condemning" seem like pretty damm macro micro-aggressions to me. But then, I'm not from Planet Shirley Maclaine.

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  5. "Bloomberg, who bypassed his own run for the presidency"

    Bypass? This word does not mean what the NYT thinks it means. Bypass = to go around, or to ignore in the sense of going around. It seems the vaunted editors at the NYT have all retired, or maybe they finally realize they work for a crappy paper and have given up.

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  6. The choice at this election is clear, and can be summed up by two of Mark Steyn's books.

    America Alone - President Trump

    After America - President Clinton

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  7. I'm not a lawyer, nor do I play one on TV, so I have to ask ... Double Jeopardy doesn't apply to a refusal to prosecute, only if one stands trial and is acquitted, right?

    So, there's nothing to stop Hillary Clinton being prosecuted at a future date, whatever Sergeant Schultz of the FBI has said, correct?

    Can a Presidential pardon be issued (by B.O.) when there has been neither charge nor conviction? If it were, with those conditions pertaining, it would seem more like a special dispensation. "Good for the last ten years, and the next ten, Hillary. Knock y'self out!"

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    1. As I understand double jeopardy, you can't be retried for a crime if you have already been tried for it and found innocent.

      As to presidential pardons, a person must wait for five years after the resolution of their case before applying and meet certain criteria. It isn't an easy process.

      So, yes, Clinton can still be indicted and, no, Obama cannot President preemptively pardon her.

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  8. Yep, Trump can prosecute her and he just might if he wins, so Clinton will do whatever she can to win. Republican Ford went after the Nixon's Watergate cover up conspirators. Nixon was pardoned by Ford for what he might have done. It was said at the time that the Constitution doesn't prevent a president from pardoning himself and some were worried Nixon would do it and stay in office. Clinton certainly would pardon herself if she won and Obama would too if she lost, IMO.

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  9. Yep, Trump can prosecute her and he just might if he wins, so Clinton will do whatever she can to win. Republican Ford went after the Nixon's Watergate cover up conspirators. Nixon was pardoned by Ford for what he might have done. It was said at the time that the Constitution doesn't prevent a president from pardoning himself and some were worried Nixon would do it and stay in office. Clinton certainly would pardon herself if she won and Obama would too if she lost, IMO.

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