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Nanny Bloomberg Exploiting Prison Labor

His policies while serving as Mayor is what he will be remembered for.

Nanny Bloomberg Exploiting Prison Labor For Campaign Calls

Nanny Bloomberg Exploiting Prison Labor

by Shari Dovale

Former New York City mayor and multi-billionaire Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg was caught using prison labor to benefit his 2020 presidential campaign bid.

Nanny Bloomberg has showed repeatedly that he knows so much better than you. Now he has decided to take advantage of and exploit prison labor to his own gain. After all, rules must only be for the little people of the world… right?

The Intercept is reporting that Bloomberg exploited prison labor to make campaign phone calls for his 2020 presidential bid.

According to a source, who asked for anonymity for fear of retribution, people incarcerated at the Dr. Eddie Warrior Correctional Center, a minimum-security women’s prison with a capacity of more than 900, were making calls to California on behalf of Bloomberg. The people were required to end their calls by disclosing that the calls were paid for by the Bloomberg campaign. They did not disclose, however, that they were calling from behind bars.

Now we already know quite a lot about Nanny Bloomberg, whose policies while Mayor of New York were all about slapping the citizens of his city with strict rules because they didn’t know how to take care of themselves.

To begin with, Bloomberg started his political career as a liar. Just go to the Encyclopædia Britannica for a quick verification of this.

Bloomberg, a lifelong Democrat, entered the 2001 race for mayor of New York City as a Republican. In 2007, he withdrew from the Republican Party. He announced in October 2008 that he would seek reelection as mayor if the term-limit law were amended. Several weeks later the New York City Council revised the law to allow three consecutive terms. In November 2009 Bloomberg was reelected.

He was also known for tyrannical outbursts in the Bloomberg offices, browbeating employees and turning against anyone who left his firm. Not a very nice guy, I would say.

But his policies while serving as Mayor is what he will be remembered for, not the least of which was his “stop-and-frisk policy” which has been criticized for it’s unfair racial profiling.

The New York Post reported on his reaction to a judge’s ruling that his policy was unconstitutional:

The case concluded with a blistering August 2013 ruling from Manhattan federal Judge Shira Scheindlin, who determined that stop-and-frisk was “unconstitutional” and tantamount to “indirect racial profiling.”

Bloomberg — then in the final months of his mayoralty — fired back.

What does she know about policing? Absolutely zero,” he fumed in a radio appearance. “It’s easy for somebody in a court to say, ‘Oh [the cop] should have done this or should have done this.’”

But, he wants you to know that he will apologize for all of his transgressions, as he is caught and outed by the media.

Because … you know … you need him as President … to tell you what to do…..

 

 

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