Tuesday, February 18, 2020

A Calculating Bloomberg Negative News Dump?


No doubt you've see that in recent days all sorts of negative information has come out about Michael Bloomberg. We've even reported on some of these here:

  • A former employee's collection of quotes containing profanities and other derogatory remarks that Bloomberg allegedly made in the workplace has been revealed. 
  • Reports of previous harassment suits and other legal claims against Bloomberg have been brought forward.
  • Videos of Bloomberg disparaging the work or farmers, laborers and factory workers have been disseminated.
  • A video has been shown of Bloomberg suggesting that elderly people with chronic illnesses should be denied health care funding and simply told "there's nothing we can do for you."
  • Another video now circulating has Bloomberg saying that many "black and latino males" simply don't "know how to behave in the workplace."       
Which leads us to ask: Why is all this happening now? These reports and videos have been around for quite some time. Some of them are quite old. Why are they being brought forth now?
Here's our theory: The Bloomberg campaign actually wants all this to come out now and they may very well be behind all this, with the cooperation of the liberal media. You heard that right -- Bloomberg and his allies want all of this our now for two big reasons:
1) This stuff won't come out closer to election day, say one of two weeks or even one or two days before the big day; and
2) If anything like this does come out then or if any of these reports are repeated, Bloomberg and his people can simply say: "This is old  news. We've heard all this before. We've dealt with it. It's been fully vetted. Nothing to see here. Ancient history!"
Make no mistake about it -- liberal elites, the Dem establishment, academia, the pop culture glitterati, big labor, big media and all of their friends know they're in trouble. They don't want Bernie Sanders as their nominee and they now see Bloomberg as their only chance to beat President Trump. So, they're willing to do his bidding no matter what it takes.
If that means a giant dump of negative news now to avoid far worse ramifications later, so be it.
These people are clever, calculating, unscrupulous and relentless. Don't ever underestimate them.
In a word, they're diabolical!

You've NEVER Seen A President Do THIS Before!

“President Trump took to the track to open the Daytona 500 race Sunday,” making “about a quarter of a lap before pulling aside,” Rebecca Klar reports for The Hill.

“‘My fellow race fans, the Daytona 500 is a legendary display,’ he said after emerging to applause from the crowd. Trump thanked the ‘tens of thousands of patriots’ gathered at the Daytona International Speedway for the race, which he called ‘pure American glory.’”

 
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WATCHPresident Trump’s motorcade takes the track!
“Ivanka Trump Sunday cemented her position as the global spokesperson for women's economic empowerment, telling a Middle East summit that efforts she and international banks have championed over the past two years could lead to a $7 trillion boost in world GDP,” Paul Bedard writes in the Washington Examiner.  
“Daria Ortiz’s voice cracked when speaking at a White House event Friday, as she described how New York City’s ‘sanctuary city’ status let her family—and the rest of the city’s residents—down. Her 92-year-old grandmother, Maria Fuertes, a legal immigrant from the Dominican Republic, was sexually assaulted and killed last month, and police have charged illegal immigrant and alleged repeat criminal offender Reeaz Khan, 21,” Fred Lucas reports for The Daily Signal.
President Trump campaigned in 2016 on a promise to fix global trade. “Phase one of the new trade deal with China will put an end to years of unfair Chinese trade practices,” while the NAFTA-replacing USMCA will “create over 176,000 new American jobs and promote fairer wages,” Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick writes in the Dallas Morning News

Monday, February 17, 2020

I Wonder If Bloomberg Ever Watched THIS?

Bloomberg: If You're Older, No Health Care For You!



“If you show up with cancer and you’re 95 years old, we should say...there’s no cure, we can’t do anything. A young person, we should do something. Society’s not willing to do that, yet.”

We're tempted to ask Nanny Doomberg: What about an influential, powerful elderly person like Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who's 86 and has been battling cancer? Should we deny her health care and tell her "we can't do anything?" Or, does this rule apply only to the rest of us and not to powerful people such as yourself, Justice Ginsburg and others?

WOW! Dan Cirucci Blog Sets Another Record!

Another BIG Dan Cirucci Blog milestone.
3.3 MILLION PAGEVIEWS!
Day-after-day, week-after-week, month-after-month and year-after-year the Dan Cirucci Blog excels.
Thanks, everyone for coming back again and again and again!

Consider The Absolute Folly Of Presidents Day

 
Quick: Why is today a holiday?
What do we observe on this day?
Why is the holiday February 18th this year when it was some other date last year?
Something to do with George Washington, you say? Or Abraham Lincoln? Or is it Presidents Day?
Do you know the traditionally accepted date of Washington’s birth? And what really is the relationship, if any, between Washington’s birthday and the birthday of Abraham Lincoln? It all seems rather murky.
But a bit of investigation reveals an interesting tale.
According to calendars used since the mid 18th century, Washington was born on February 22, 1732. This date consequently became the generally accepted date for observances of Washington’s birth.
Public celebrations for George Washington's birthday actually predate his term as president, and were originally intended to honor his service in the War for Independence. By the early 19th century, Washington's Birthday had taken hold in the American experience as a full-fledged national holiday.
Its traditions included Birthnight Balls in various parts of the country, speeches and receptions and revelry in taverns throughout the land.
The story of Washington’s life was widely taught and legends about Washington began to grow.
Then, Abraham’s Lincoln’s birthday, February 12, emerged as an important national event.
The birthday of our 16th President was first observed in 1865, one year after his assassination. But Lincoln’s birthday was never officially declared a federal holiday as Washington’s was even though Lincoln’s birthday was an official holiday in several states.
For decades, February was a grand month for celebrating Washington and Lincoln, our two greatest Presidents. Schools, stores, banks, libraries and other public locations were festooned with portraits of Washington and Lincoln. The profiles of both men were instantly recognizable and stories of Washington and the cherry tree and Lincoln the railsplitter abounded.
Then, in 1968 Congress passed something called the Uniform Holidays Bill which made Washington’s Birthday a Monday holiday. Starting in 1971, the third Monday in February became Washington’s Birthday. It’s been that way for 39 years now.
But a funny thing happened along the way.
Washington’s Birthday somehow became Presidents Day. Nobody declared it. Nobody proclaimed it. It just happened. And that’s what the third Monday in February has been called even though the federal government still officially lists it as Washington’s Birthday.
The result is that we now have a day that stands for nothing.
Some people actually think Presidents Day honors the current president. Some people think it honors all the presidents. Some people think it honors their own favorite president or presidents. Some people think it’s just a shopping holiday. All those people are wrong, wrong, wrong!
And the sad part is that school children seem to be as confused as anyone else. If you ask a kid today about something as basic as Washington crossing the Delaware or the legend of the cherry tree he or she would probably respond with total bewilderment.
And nobody seems to even understand how we got to this point. There has even been an urban legend that in 1971 President Nixon officially designated February 22 as Presidents Day. But it never happened.
So, here’s my solution. Let’s start celebrating February 22 as Washington’s Birthday again and give the father of our country his due. This means no disrespect to Lincoln or any other president. It simply recognizes the greatness of Washington and his paramount role in our history.
At a dinner honoring the centennial of Washington’s birth in 1832 Daniel Webster said that Washington’s legacy was nothing less than “the edifice of constitutional American liberty.”
It’s time to resurrect that legacy, acknowledge that edifice and restore George Washington’s rightful place in our national life.

Bloomberg Belittles Farmers, Factory Workers

Sunday, February 16, 2020

NJ: A Very Sad And Sorry State Of Affairs!

Let's talk about New Jersey for a moment, OK?
We saw that New Jersey was recently rated #41 (near the bottom) among America's best run states and that set us to doing some additional research.
This is what we found:
USA's best governors: Phil Murphy rated 34th -- near the bottom.
Best states to do business: New Jersey rated 32nd, near the bottom.
Best states to retire to: New Jersey rated #46 -- almost at the bottom.
Top 30 most polluted areas in the country? Yeah, New Jersey has two on this list: Camden/Philly and Newark/Jersey City/NYC.
State fiscal condition? New Jersey ranks almost at the bottom, #47.
Highest cancer rates? Not a list you wanna lead in but New Jersey is right up there at #6.
And speaking of #6, New Jersey also achieves that status among the 10 highest taxed states.
New Jersey has a liberal Democrat governor and a liberal Democrat state legislature and they aren't doing a damned thing except plowing us under and reinforcing our status as the butt of jokes.
And as for those of you who keep voting for these slugs -- shame on you, too!

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