The Amount Of Money Bloomberg Is Spending On Social Media Influencers For His Campaign Is More Than Russia Paid For Internet Ads During The Whole 2016 Election; Check This Out

(Tea Party 247) – If you’ve turned on your TV, at all, for any reason, at any time of the day, on any network, you’ve probably seen the same two or three Mike Bloomberg political ads playing on an endless repeat cycle, over and over again, until you’re ready to scream and pull your hair out.

Seriously, they should’ve used repeated Mike Bloomberg ads as a means of “enhanced interrogation” at Guantanamo Bay, because that would’ve made even the hardest of radical terrorists crack like an egg and spill their guts.

You can’t even escape to the Internet to get away from the Bloomberg Blitz. They’re all over YouTube and social media too. In Bloomberg’s world, it’s totally possible to buy an election, which is precisely what he’s trying to do.

Ironically, it seems the amount of money that Bloomberg is spending on political ads is more than Russia tossed down the toilet in order to buy Internet ads back during the 2016 presidential election.

Here’s more from Gateway Pundit:

Mike Bloomberg is reportedly paying “hundreds” of social media influencers $2,500 each month to promote him and his campaign online according to a new report in the Wall Street Journal.

We are looking at well over $250,000 each month for positive propaganda on social media.

Newsweek reported:

Michael Bloomberg’s presidential campaign will reportedly pay hundreds of people $2,500 a month to promote the candidate via text message and their personal social media feeds.

The billionaire’s team is now hiring more than 500 “deputy digital organizers” to work up to 30 hours a week and promote his talking points to online friends and phone contact lists, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing a staffer in California and internal documents.

The outreach is limited to California, which holds its presidential primary election on March 3, but could expand nationwide, The Journal reported.

Remember back in the day, when people accused Donald Trump of trying to influence the election with his wealth? You know, working in cahoots with the Russians, a claim that turned out to have no bearing in actual fact? Well, it seems that the left is not immune to such behavior themselves, which is why this story is catching eyes all across the country.

In November 2017 Facebook executive Colin Stretch told the US Senate Judiciary Committee that the total number of the Russian illegitimate ads are a drop in the ocean — less than 0.004 percent of all content — or about 1 in 23,000 news feed items.

The Democrat media still claim that Russia influenced the 2016 election with their ads — an absolute lie.

Democrats aren’t shy about telling a few fibs in order to help craft a narrative that will help them produce the kind of result they want come election time. Heck, they work around the clock to make sure there’s plenty of propaganda out there that backs up their progressive claims, when the reality is, they don’t. It’s all just a ploy, a trick, to convince folks to vote for them and keep them in power.

Bloomberg is particularly egregious with his ad blitz, but he’s also desperate to gain some sort of traction with the voters in the Democratic Party. He’s started to rise in the polls, fighting against Sen. Bernie Sanders for the top spot in the upcoming primaries.

Here’s to hoping that no matter who the candidate is, Trump takes them down come November.



  1. with 450 million dollars he could have completely wipe out New York’s homelessness. He would have become a Hero instead of Little Mike.

  2. Well, dear fellow conservatives, Citizens United was received very favorably as a free-speech issue. Guess what? It wasn’t and isn’t. Free speech is the tuning dial on the radio; money is the volume dial, and you should have seen this coming. Sorry, folks, but the chickens have come home to roost.

  3. Peeps here seem to be more upset that Bloomberg is funding his own campaign ads than with Russia, a foreign entity, who did the same for Trump in 2016 except there doesn’t seem to be a quid pro quo agreement…. yet that I’m aware of. What’s up with that? Have I stumbled onto a Russian cell site?

  4. You know the old saying! “A fool and his money are soon parted” Seems it fits here better than anywhere I’ve ever seen it! This short little “man” with a total case of “LITTLE MAN SYNDROME” is so desperate for some sort of recognition that he will spend however much it takes to get his little self into the debates somehow! His racist outbursts and policies during his term a mayor of Ny. are a real picture of his personality and thoughts! His attitude towards women is not any better. But thats because he’s small and knows women aren’t attracted to little men! So he has money! Its his GOD and he thinks it will buy him anything he desires! What do you think? Lets show him at the pols!

  5. If Bloomberg gets elected I wonder if he will try to outlaw 2 liter soda bottles like he did in New York City. After that try going to a Superbowl party and being responsible for the drinks. Maybe the wave of the future is drinking milk, water, Gatorade, and tea at future Superbowl parties. Just don’t bring a bottle of Coke!

    • I guess you didn’t read the article before commenting. If you did, the article would void your Russian comment. Just like a typical liberal democrat, you speak before you gets the facts!!!


  6. if Assberg were smart do you know how many homeless and people that are hurting in the way of needing a home etc. he could help out greatly with his money instead of blowing it on his election! he said he has a spot in heaven because hes trying to rid of all firearms! no Assberg if you donated money to the poor that would get tou to heaven way before ridding this country of guns JACKASS! I think there’s a special place in the lake of fire for you since nobody really has your wealth and blowing it on stuff for yourself! your selfish!

  7. Why do you keep mentioning Russia and their ads? I like to see proof! Just one ad… nothing I saw led me to believe Russia was responsible……JUST ONE? Your lead ad stinks….!

    • Judith, did you read the article? “Bloomberg spent more money than the Russians”. I assume the editors screened and vetted it. Then go to the link at the end of the article for that news source. That’s one. But then, it depends on what you choose to believe.

  8. Linda:
    Good thinking… imagine the economic stimulus of 320,00,000.00 dumped into the economy?
    Many would be broke in a year re lack of fiscal discipline/wisdom/understanding…
    Makes one question, how can govern-ment spend 4,000,000,000,000.00 + per year snd not solve the problems “THEY” created?
    DAH 🧐🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🧐🧐🧐🧐🤔🤔🤔🧐🤔

  9. Help me understand:
    The godz of the AmeriKan Soviet Socialist (ASS) mule party Marxists/Stalinists attempted to prove Putin influenced our election attempting to get Trump elected! 3 + years, multiple millions of tax payer funded a efforts, miserable results with 0 proof! AND THEY STILL SUFFER FROM Trump Derangement Syndrome =TDS!
    So, what is the difference if an AmeriKan Soviet Socialist (ASS) from the Soviet block of the Communist N. E. corner of the United States attempted to “sway, influence and or purchase an election result?

  10. He has to do this. He has no personality, no ability to connect with real people who vote and we all see through this egomaniac. Absolutely nothing he seems to be proposing will help us. Beside which most of it won’t pass the s.ell test let alone be Constitutional. He thinks what is good for him is good for all of us too. I sometimes wonder who thinks up the stuff for those libraturds!!! Also, he flips with the wind. The libs claim Trump is unlawful that he thinks rules don’t apply to him? How about mini-Mike getting the law in NYC to allow him to run for a third term, then when elected get it changed back??? Enough said!!! TRUMP 2020!!!!!!

  11. Just think about this. Bloomberg Instead of spending hundreds of millions on stupid ads he could give 1 million dollars to each citizen if the United States. No taxes taken out, they could pay off their debits. Including student loans. Just think what that could do for America.

  12. Funny that Obama’s “endorsement” of Mini Mike is just a news clip that is more than 6 years old and makes no mention of the current campaign
    I’m sure Barry required a fee for its use.

  13. Funny that Obama’s “endorsement” of Bloomberg is a news clip from more than 6 years ago…and has nothing to do with the current campaign.
    How much do you think Obama received?


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