The big race that Democrat candidates are really concerned about is the one to the bank for more money. For something that isn’t supposed to matter to socialists, these hypocrites are sure anxious to get their hands on some.
Big race to the bank
When it comes time to pay for their political campaigns, each and every progressive candidate embraces capitalism in a big way. By pretending to be a Democrat, former Republican Michael Bloomberg is proving just how powerful money can be. Without batting an eye, he wrote a check for half a billion dollars, and that was just to get the lights turned on. He made it clear, his pockets are bottomless if it will buy the election. The rest of the herd are livid.
Fresh numbers were just posted with the Federal Election Commission and it shows that the Democrats are hemorrhaging red ink. Pocahontas, aka Elizabeth Warren, “spent more than twice what she raised in January.” She’s putting her Super Tuesday plans on her credit card. She “took out a $3 million line of credit to ward off running out of cash, her campaign reported late Thursday.” Pete Buttigieg put out an “urgent plea.” He’s begging supporters to spot him “$13 million — or roughly $1 million a day — before Super Tuesday’s contests.”
Bernie Sanders was expecting to be sitting pretty until that nasty billionaire showed up. He pulled in over $25 million in January. He spent even more. Right now, he has just under $17 million in reserve. Quid Pro Joe Biden needs a donation from a Ukrainian Gas company to keep going. He’s down to his last $7 million and his top donors stopped returning his calls a week ago. Buttigieg is right behind him and breathing in his ear again. He has $6.6 million, and fans that are so stunned he’s running near the lead that they’re ready to toss him some more cash.
They moved the goal posts
An email Buttigieg sent out complained, “The goal posts have changed. We are no longer just up against Bernie Sanders, the Washington politician who has been running for president for years. We are now also up against a billionaire who is throwing colossal sums of money on television instead of doing the work of campaigning.”
Michael Bloomberg, a friend of Jeffrey Epstein and his femme fatale Ghislaine Maxwell, “skipped the first four contests to focus on the delegate-rich Super Tuesday states.” His campaign spending shifts the decimal point a notch to the right. He personally donated “an unprecedented $464 million of his media and financial-data fortune to his campaign.”
Warren did a total about face on the issue, proving once again that she speaks with a forked tongue. After swearing she’d never stoop low enough to take money from Persist PAC, she decided to limbo down to the ethical level of everyone else. “all the men remaining in the race ‘had either super PACS or they were multi-billionaires, and could just, you know, rummage around in their sock drawers and find enough money to be able to fund a campaign.'”