Former police chief: Bloomberg-Clinton White House would be nightmare for police (and America)


Michael Bloomberg…you’re pathetic.

Michael (Call me Mike) Bloomberg is reportedly considering asking her…to be his running mate should he be in position to win the Democratic nomination for president.

Former police chief: Bloomberg-Clinton White House would be nightmare for police (and America)
2020 candidate Michael Bloomberg (Screenshot – CBS News Broadcast)

“Her” is none other than—Hillary Rodham Clinton. Yes, that vomit-inducing, poor loser who simply won’t fade into oblivion like she should have done after her “destiny” was squashed like a bug in November 2016.

Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton at 2016 rally. (Gage Skidmore)

According to the Drudge Report, Bloomberg’s internal polling showed that the combination “would be a formidable force,” quoting campaign sources. A formidable force, like a F5 tornado.

Clinton, who still hasn’t admitted that she lost the 2016 presidential election, said last week that she would “probably” not accept an offer to run as another Democrat’s vice president.

When appearing on the “Ellen” show, host Ellen DeGeneres asked Clinton if she would agree to be on the ticket if she were asked.

Clinton cackled, in her best cackling laugh:

“Well that’s not going to happen. But probably no.”

When DeGeneres pursued the question, Clinton “reluctantly” said she’d consider it.

“I never say never because I believe in serving my country, but it’s never going to happen,” she said.

Clinton said that she turned down Barack Obama twice when he asked her to be Secretary of State.

“I was shocked, I had no idea he was going to ask me, I turned I down twice,” she said.

Clinton also claimed on the Graham Norton show in the UK that she has been “deluged” with requests to run again. Probably because nothing says success like a two-time loser.


“I’d have to make up my mind really quickly because it’s moving very fast.”

Clinton also spoke about the “Hillary” documentary that is set to debut on Hulu on March 6. She said that she was “emotionally drained” by having to revisit one of the affairs that her husband, former president and part-time philanderer Bill Clinton had with Monica Lewinsky, then a White House intern.

A couple of months back, Bloomberg and Clinton were seen together at a dinner with her daughter Chelsea, allegedly to celebrate the birthday of Annette de la Renta, a New York socialite.

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Drudge stated that if such a marriage of Satan occurred, Bloomberg would likely change his official residence to Colorado or Florida. The constitution apparently suggests that there may be limitations on having both members of a presidential ballot residing in the same state.

Ah yes, to be a multi-billionaire with residences all over the fruited plain. A real man of the people that Bloomberg.

Jason Schechter, director of communications for the Bloomberg campaign, told CNBC in a statement:

“We are focused on the primary and the debate, not VP speculation.”

A Clinton spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Bloomberg’s overtures to Clinton is certainly a move to try to win over support of black voters, which has become problematic for him since an audio clip was released last week that outed Bloomberg as being a closet racist.

In the audio, he made numerous references to the former stop and frisk program in New York City, and the specific targeting of minority males.

After all, remember Clinton is well-versed in the use of the African American dialect, as this clip shows:

While adding Clinton would in help Bloomberg in some ways, it would hurt him in others. Clinton is one of the most polarizing figures in politics in the country. Clinton also is a controversy magnet, from Whitewater to “Travelgate” to using a personal server for classified State Department communication to bleach-bitting computer hard drives.

With that said, Clinton is certainly more moderate than far-left loon Bernie Sanders and her ability to get the progressive wing of the Democratic party on board with Bloomberg would be negligible. Most would likely sit home rather than sell their souls to the devil, aka Clinton.

Adding Clinton to the ticket would not be a popular move with police officers generally.

In a 2016 interview with Judy Woodruff of PBS, Clinton said, among other things that she wanted to implement a national use of force policy, in particular governing lethal force.

She also said that while some police departments are real models, “others should be learning from about how they de-escalate tension rather than turning a routine traffic stop into a killing.”

Also, let’s not forget this one:

“…of course we need to investigate the implicit bias that, unfortunately, too many of us still have. And when it’s an implicit bias in a police officer, it can lead to an escalating situation.”

Clinton also spoke out about two shooting deaths by police, one in Oklahoma and the other in North Carolina. Before the ink was even dry on the police reports, Clinton gave her opinion.

“There is still much we don’t know yet about what happened in both incidents. But we do know that we have two more names to add to a list of African Americans killed by police officers in these encounters,” Clinton said.

“It’s unbearable. And it needs to become intolerable.”

She continued:

“I know I don’t have all the answers. I don’t know anyone who does. This though is certain: too many people have lost their lives who shouldn’t have.”

Let’s not forget Bloomberg himself. He has walked himself back from supporting stop and frisk, which he championed until it became politically expedient not to. Suddenly, Bloomberg is against stop and frisk. In other words, he was for it until he was against it. Typical hypocritical hack.

An alliance between Clinton and Bloomberg would present a nightmare scenario for criminal justice in America.

Between Bloomberg’s sudden change of heart over what amounted to a successful, albeit controversial program in stop and frisk, to Clinton’s clear disdain for law enforcement, one can imagine it would be a rough road for police officers and the rule of law.

For Bloomberg’s sake, should he select Clinton and they win, hopefully he has a large life insurance policy. We known how people who stand in the Clintons’ way of anything end up.

Ask Jeffrey Epstein.

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