Bloomberg Seeking Crooked Hillary as 2020 Running Mate

As the 2020 election’s caucuses and primaries play out, many candidates are considering who they’ll select as a running mate if they win their party’s nomination.

In general elections, running mates play a significant role in whether or not a candidate wins or loses the race. More often than not, nominees will have a litmus test to determine whether or not someone is a viable running mate. In many cases, one of the most critical purposes of a running mate is to bring in support from individuals who may not ordinarily vote for the ticket’s head.

Michael Bloomberg by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

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

Right now, Mike Bloomberg is the latest 2020 Democrat to reportedly consider a running mate. The prospective running mate in question is none other than Hillary Clinton herself, as documented by Townhall.

A Bloomberg/Clinton Ticket?

Right now, the Bloomberg camp is eyeing Clinton because they believe the duo would pose a “formidable” threat to President Trump’s second term in office.

Their arrival at this laughable conclusion allegedly comes after studying polls; as a matter of fact, reports claim that Bloomberg is so committed to having Clinton as his running mate that he’s willing to “change his official residence” in order to simplify the process of having the twice-failed candidate join his ticket.

Like Bloomberg, Clinton has repeatedly taken shots at President Trump. Whether on Twitter or in interviews, Clinton simply can’t seem to help herself. On multiple occasions, the twice-unsuccessful presidential candidate has maintained that she can beat Trump “again.”

Throughout the impeachment sham, Clinton, of course, supported these proceedings, stating that the president shouldn’t remain in office. Then, when the sham inevitably failed, Clinton lashed out at Trump and Senate Republicans, alleging that the latter two are endangering America’s democracy.

A Radical Assumption

It’s awfully bold of Mike Bloomberg to assume that he’ll get far enough in the race to viably select a running mate. Despite spending hundreds of millions of dollars on disinformation ads, he is not the frontrunner of the Democrat Party. Furthermore, Bloomberg has yet to win a single caucus, primary, or delegate.

Michael Bloomberg supporters by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

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

Quite frankly, however, the notion of Bloomberg selecting someone like Clinton as his running mate speaks volumes. Furthermore, it serves as a very clear indicator of why Bloomberg shouldn’t ever become president. In many ways, he and Clinton have a lot in common with one another. They’re not only both from New York, but Bloomberg and Clinton each have patterns of questionable actions and policies.

The White House is the last place that either one of these people should be.

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