Farmers are Stupid According to Presidential Nominee

It looks like Michael Bloomberg has a long history of pissing people off. And the further he travels down this presidential-hopeful path, the more people will dig up the dirt and put it on display.

In this particular case, Bloomberg showcases his elitism right alongside his ignorance.

And here I thought racism would prove to be Bloomberg’s biggest problem.

Recently, Kevin Jackson weighed in on Bloomberg’s racially insensitive comments:

Bloomberg finds himself in a desperate situation after the discovery of his audio saying 95 percent of crime is done by blacks. What made Bloomberg’s comments worse is that he asked that the audio not be made available.

Thus the new Bloomberg Reparations Package for Silly Negroes. And Mini Mike delivered his mea culpa in front of a black audience with all the panache of paint drying. Not-so-cleverly, his pandering was literally front-and-center.

As you can see, Bloomberg is for black America and his sign says it:

“[Mini]Mike for Black America]

I’m happy that Bloomberg unites his constituents with the understanding that there is America…and then there is BLACK America.

I wonder if Bloomberg has other signs?

Like “Mike for Latino America”?

Or perhaps “Mike for Asian America”?

Or be still my Trumpian heart, “Mike for WHITE America!”?

I suspect Bloomberg only has ONE sign. The sign that panders to the silly Negro base of Democrats.

Bloomberg for Black America mixes like oil and water. Especially considering Bloomberg’s controversial comments on NYPD’s “stop and frisk” policy.

“It’s controversial, but … 95 percent of your murders, and murderers, and murder victims fit one [description],” he is heard to say on the audio. “You can just take the description, Xerox it, and pass it out to all of the cops. They are male, minorities, 15 to 25. That’s true in New York, it’s true in virtually every city in America.”

If only that were Bloomberg’s only “oops” moment. But not only is black America the target of Bloomberg’s ignorance, he also threw a few jabs at farmers and blue collar workers.

Bird Brains

It’s not a good idea to attack an entire industry with assumptions of their intelligence, because someone is going to remember those words. And that’s exactly what happened this week when comments from a 2016 Oxford University forum resurfaced.

According to Bloomberg, it’s difficult to unite America’s heartland due to the “inability of blue-collar workers to transition into the information economy.”

Breitbart elaborates:

“I could teach anybody, even people in this room, no offense intended, to be a farmer,” Bloomberg said. “It’s a process. You dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn. You could learn that.”

“Then we had 300 years of the industrial society,” he continued. “You put the piece of metal on the lathe, you turn the crank in the direction of the arrow, and you can have a job.”

Bloomberg proceeded to argue that with the advancement of the information economy, individuals who would have prospered in the old industrial and farming jobs are now at a disadvantage because they lack adequate education and intellect.

“Now comes the information economy and [it] is fundamentally different because it’s built around replacing people with technology and the skill sets that you have to learn are how to think and analyze, and that is a whole degree level different,” he said. “You have to have a different skill set, you have to have a lot more gray matter.”

Bloomberg added that it was unclear if the skills or “gray matter” required for such high-skilled jobs could be easily taught in schools, so the “challenge of society” was figuring out how to provide for those locked out of the information economy.

Even some leftists were taken aback by Bloomberg’s ridiculous assertions.

Tweet Storm

Now Bloomberg has a tweet storm to weather. Starting with Donald Trump, Jr.

And Bernie’s peeps decided to add to the conversation.

Of course I haven’t really thought about socialism and farming. Does that mean you take all your corn and give it away, only to be left with a few kernels for popping? But that pondering is for another day. The point here is that Bloomberg is out of touch with reality. Money can buy you a fancy car, or a boat. Money might even get you into a presidential a race. But a billion dollars can’t buy brain cells. Or a personality. Both of which Bloomberg lacks.

As for uniting America’s heartland, Donald Trump took care of that.

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