Michael Bloomberg got into the Democrat primary game late, but with $56 billion at his back, he’s making up for lost time. Unfortunately for him, he’s a bad candidate running against a master.
In March 2019, Michael Bloomberg said he wouldn’t run. That was a smart decision, because it let the other 400 (or so) candidates duke it out amongst themselves. Only when the field had been winnowed down, with a few clear frontrunners, did Bloomberg finally throw himself into the race.
By January, with Democrats worried about an open socialist, a senile has-been, a lying harridan, and a baby boy, did some decide that maybe Bloomberg wouldn’t be such a bad thing. Despite being an unpleasant, out-of-touch plutocrat with despotic tendencies, was Bloomberg just what the Democrat Party needed to save itself?
Certainly, Bloomberg has a great ground game. At one point, he spent more than $100 million on ads in three weeks and is paying field organizers $6,000 a month. He already has 1,000 staffers on the ground.
With virtually unlimited funds and the appearance of being sane in an insane field, one would think Bloomberg would be a shoo-in for the Democrat Party. But there are a few problems.
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