Mike Bloomberg Caught Red Handed


Billionaire Mike Bloomberg got caught red handed once again, this time trying to buy the election for Biden. The Florida Attorney General is investigating the move as election fraud and the FBI could be called in to take a look at the scheme too.

Mike Bloomberg buying votes in Florida

The former mayor of New York city and friend of Jeffrey Epstein, Mike Bloomberg, put together a $16 million war chest earmarked specifically to pay off “the court fines of Florida felons.” That’s so they can vote in the election. His philanthropy is racially biased. White felons need not apply. According to the official instructions, “the former prisoners eligible to apply for their fines and restitution being paid must already be registered to vote with payoffs of less than $1,500, and they must be ‘Black or Latino.'” That’s simply because those groups traditionally vote Democrat.

Already, Bloomberg has forked over the money that has already cleared the books for “more than 31,000 former prisoners.” That’s on top of the $100 million he injected into the Biden campaign for propaganda ads. Other big name donors “added nearly $17 million to the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition’s $5 million.” Those names include “John Legend, LeBron James, Michael Jordan, MTV, Comedy Central, VH1, Ben & Jerry’s, Levi Strauss & Co, the Miami Dolphins, the Orlando Magic, the Miami Heat and Steven Spielberg.” You can expect a drop in their conservative customer base after this.

The way that Bloomberg sees it, “The right to vote is fundamental to our democracy and no American should be denied that right.” Unless, of course, they are White. “Working together with the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, we are determined to end disenfranchisement and the discrimination that has always driven it.” He wants to end discrimination while discriminating against Whites. They don’t count, they’re too privileged to start with.

No more lifetime ban on felons voting

Florida used to have laws preventing felons from ever voting again. That was before George Soros and the Open Societies Foundation funded an amendment. When Republicans couldn’t stop it, they tacked on a provision requiring all the outstanding court fines to be cleared before the felons get their privileges back. Bloomberg is all to happy to do his part for the New World Order.

Florida’s Attorney General, Ashley Moody has opened an investigation after Republican representative Matt Gaetz pointed out that under their state law, “it’s a third-degree felony for someone to either directly or indirectly provide something of value to impact whether or not someone votes.” Bloomberg is guilty of 31,000 counts.

She’s particularly concerned about the Bloomberg prejudice. “When you look at the memo and what was alleged, when you hear words like we need to get this done, investing money to targeted particular group of voters that may be predisposed to vote a certain way, that raises concerns that you are directly influencing or even indirectly giving money to persuade votes to go a certain way,” Moody notes. Not only is she convinced her own investigation is totally appropriate, the FBI should look into violations of federal law. “Americans need to know that no stone will be left unturned and investigations will proceed so that they can trust in these elections.”



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