(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.
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.