Bloomberg May Soon Suspend His Candidacy

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2020 Democrat candidate Mike Bloomberg has repeatedly ignored the writing on the wall when it comes to this election. To be precise, the former New York City mayor is willfully ignorant of the manner in which voters see and respond to him.

He jumped into this race many months after other presidential contenders and furthermore deluded himself into believing that throwing money at online influencers and disinformation ads would set him on the fast track to the Democrat nomination. While Bloomberg may have been able to overlook the reactions to his campaign thus far, he cannot disregard the outcome of Super Tuesday.

Michael Bloomberg by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

Michael Bloomberg” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

As documented by Breitbart News, Bloomberg’s lone win in American Somoa generated only 44 delegates; therefore, his own campaign staffers informed the press that the Bloomberg camp will essentially reconsider whether or not remaining in the race is worth it.

Why Bloomberg May Soon Drop Out

Yesterday evening, NBC News’ Josh Lederman explained that he received direct intel from the Bloomberg campaign. Those working for the 2020 Democrat will “take another look” today at the Super Tuesday data and determine whether or not they believe Bloomberg can become the nominee. Of course, the message conveyed by the Bloomberg campaign in private is much different than the airs they’re putting on in public.

Kevin Sheekey, the campaign manager for the 2020 Democrat, issued a statement claiming that Bloomberg generated “a nationwide coalition” to improve our country. Citing the typical talking points of wanting to beat Trump, having traveled across the nation, and Bloomberg being able to “get it done,” Sheekey stated that the campaign achieved “something no one else thought was possible.”

The Loudest Message

The lack of support for Bloomberg is one of the loudest messages that Americans sent to the 2020 Democrat on Super Tuesday. When the former mayor entered the presidential election, he seemed to think that simply blowing lofty amounts of money would get him where he wanted to be.

Bloomberg may have the capital, but he certainly lacks wisdom and discernment. After spending over half a billion dollars on trying to become president, Bloomberg has 44 delegates and is being beaten out by candidates like Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.

Michael Bloomberg by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

Michael Bloomberg” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Americans should expect Bloomberg to announce the end of his candidacy before March is over. The likelihood of him continuing to run past this point is very slim; for all intents and purposes, the 2020 Democrat has literally no path to becoming the nominee and facing President Trump in the general election.


What do you think about Mike Bloomberg’s horrible Super Tuesday outcome? How long do you think it will take for him to get the message and stop running for office? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!