Mike Bloomberg’s Democratic Rivals Sharpen Their Attacks | Morning Joe | MSNBC Mike Bloomberg’s Democratic Rivals Sharpen Their Attacks | Morning Joe | MSNBCSo again, as the Democrats campaign this weekend, a lot of their focus was on someone who won’t even be on the ballot for another two weeks. Michael Bloomberg won’t be on the ballot in Nevada this coming Saturday or on the ballot in South Carolina one week after that, but as the former New York city mayor rises in the National polls, Democrats are sharpening their attacks before his first big test on super Tuesday. Just fifteen days from today, so here’s a bit of what we heard from Bloomberg’s Rivals over the weekend.
60 billion dollars is a lot to talk about Michael Bloomberg. You’Re, not you all focusing on him, like you have on me, which I’m not complaining. What kind of a lie would you called Michael Bloomberg for the Obama Administration issues like guns, he was a real guy, but if you notice he wouldn’t even door sprocket 2008, he did he wouldn’t endorsement. You know he endorsed bush. Would you take a look at the stop-and-frisk proposing to take a look at his eyes, ideas on Redline and he’s talking about what he’s done relative and a number of other candidates have come on and answer tough questions he’s got to do the same thing.
He isn’t gone on the Sunday show since he announced and said he’s just running at, and I don’t think you should be able to hide behind the ads. You should not only go on the show’s. I also think that he should take the debate stage. That’S why I’ve actually been supportive of him on that debate. States cuz. I know I can’t beat them on the Airways, but I can beat them on the debates, his own pocket and throw down you a couple hundred million dollars in order to finance their campaign, because what that does a short service all of democracy, regardless of how much A multibillionaire candidate is willing to spend on his election.
We will not create the energy and excitement we need to defeat. Donald Trump black candidate pursued advocated for and enacted racist policies like stop-and-frisk to live in fear. Okay, so we’ve got a couple of issues to break down as it pertains to Michael Bloomberg. Obviously, his money, a lot of people – are complaining, he’s buying it that he’s bypassing other normal process. What this election to buy it on super Tuesday, there’s complaints from women about how he is treated women as he headed Bloomberg, but Reverend Al Sharpton.
I was watching your closing remarks last night on your show stop-and-frisk, which is in a policy he inherited. He expanded over the course of three terms even pushed back when the courts team did unconstitutional a little bit of room to sort of, I don’t know, come clean, get past it the. What exactly does someone who pushed a policy like this, who is herd, quoted in conversations same things that are pretty rough racially and have just decided to say he’s sorry because he’s running for president, like I don’t know what he could do to actually prove that this Won’T happen again in another way.
Perhaps you could share with me what you expect. I don’t know what he can do either, but I think the challenges that we can’t just settle for a speech or a tour of speech is asking for forgiveness night on his past. On his part just say, and therefore I want to try and repair the damages done by this some kind of Criminal Justice initiative, some kind of effort for those that were Scott. I also Mika. want to see him as a leaf that the other candidates duck some of their racial baggage, and that’s why I said in my closing last night.
I want to know what Britney’s going to say about the vote. He did for the crime bill where people went to jail in the crime Bill, no matter what is reason for voting for it. It was a law that incarcerated people, Joe Biden wrote it right call. Amy Klobuchar, with a sixteen-year-old at a mini feel, should have never gone to jail that she prosecuted in Minnesota. Do I don’t want them to attack Bloomberg to cover the fact that all of them have racial baggage are facing these questions? They’Re out mixing with the voters are actually participating in primaries and the voters will get to decide, especially in South Carolina, but as it pertains to Michael Bloomberg, Jonathan Lemire.
This is a policy that again three 4-year terms. He expanded it and he fought for it. Fervently correct four states entirely not being involved with that others, like Rudy Giuliani, you try to bet big on Florida, but he was still involved in the early States. This is new, only dialing it down at the end of his third term, in part because of the legal action his hand was forced by the courts, thanks for checking out MSNBC on YouTube and make sure you subscribe.Over the weekend, Mike Bloomberg’s Democratic rivals spoke about the former NYC mayor’s bid for the White House over the weekend, saying his wealth can buy a lot of ad time. The panel discusses. Aired on 2/17/2020.
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