Michael Bloomberg, a Jewish person, and the Democrats are all enemies of the U.S. It shows how much he appreciates our country after we saved them from the Germans.
If you call Michael Bloomberg intelligent – then you have to call all of the people in each state’s insane asylum – sane and release them. Bloomberg’s money – which he counts every night – is what is driving him nuts. He doesn’t want to pay taxes and uses all of the rich folks’ loopholes to keep it. So now, the guilt of Bloomberg is how do I keep it and make the rest of the folks spend theirs?
The U.S. taxpayers have been the “bread basket of the world.” We fight for countries throughout the world and brought freedom to places that weren’t free and our soldiers have sacrificed their lives. Was Bloomberg in the Military? How many Jewish men were soldiers? Bloomberg is greedy and wants to make the U.S. poor so that we can’t help the world. That is his problem.
Is he like the U.S. Jewish people who voted for Hillary and still is wearing his mad because the American people voted for the Constitution and freedom? Hell, Yes! He is! I bet Bloomberg hates Israel, too? I grew up with those kind of Jewish people – they wanted your business; but, thought they were better than others and never socialized with non-Jewish folks. Bloomberg should be shamed out of the U.S.
During the Obama administration (hell-hole liberals) we saw what a leader could do to any country. Michael Bloomberg, the nut case liberal, wants to follow that strategy since he has all of his pockets lined.
Former New York City mayor and climate change crusader Michael Bloomberg announced Friday he is giving $500 million to a campaign to finish killing coal and start killing oil and gas.
“The largest coordinated campaign to tackle climate change” ever to occur in the U.S., Bloomberg says, aims to close all of the nation’s coal plants by 2030, and put the country on track discontinue fossil fuel use altogether.
“We’re in a race against time with climate change, and yet there is virtually no hope of bold federal action on this issue for at least another two years. Mother Nature is not waiting on our political calendar, and neither can we,” Bloomberg said in a press release before giving a commencement address at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “Beyond Carbon will respond to this crisis with the urgency and ambition that it requires, by taking the fight to the states and turbo-charging current on-the-ground efforts.”
The campaign, called “Beyond Carbon,” is an expansion of the the “Beyond Coal” campaign that Bloomberg has partnered on with the Sierra Club and other environmental groups that has helped retire more than half the nation’s coal plants, 289 out of 530, since it began in 2010.
Bloomberg’s plan could succeed because it uses an all-out assault approach, attacking oil, coal and natural gas at the federal, state and local levels, as well as through lawsuits
The plan would also target government regulators.
Beyond Carbon will employ a similar strategy to Beyond Coal, funding lobbying efforts by environmental groups that send members and lawyers to meetings of state utility commissions, which regulate utilities and approve or reject where they generate electricity from based on cost,” the Examiner reports.
“There is no substitute for federal policy, but in the absence of that, every day decisions are made in utility commissions on whether we should put scrubbers [pollution controls] on a coal plant, or retire it. Or whether we should continue running a coal plant indefinitely, or make this transition to wind or solar with storage,” Sierra Club’s Mary Anne Hitt, the director of the Beyond Coal campaign, previously told the Washington Examiner.
Shutting down all coal, oil and natural gas production is part of an overall plan to “de-develop the United States” and downsize the American economy, which many liberals feel is too prosperous and unfair to poorer nations.
“A massive campaign must be launched to restore a high-quality environment in North America and to de-develop the United States,” writes environmentalist Paul Holdren in his book “Human Ecology.” “De-development means bringing our economic system (especially patterns of consumption) into line with the realities of ecology and the global resource situation.”
Bloomberg is the kind of person that we need to deport back to Germany and let them see “what he is really made of.”