Rush Limbaugh Claims Bloomberg 'Fueled By Jealousy' Against Trump

  • 2020-02-18
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Rush Limbaugh Claims Bloomberg 'Fueled By Jealousy' Against Trump

Conservative talk radio legend and Congressional Medal of Freedom recepient Rush Limbaugh accused Democrat Presidential contender Michael Bloomberg of attempting to 'buy' his way into the Democratic nomination as well as being driven by jealously of President Trump.

As Fox News reports:

"Bloomberg is buying everybody. He’s buying silence. He’s buying support. We’ve never seen anything like this. We’ve never seen this kind of money in politics," Limbaugh said on his radio show. "Bloomberg has already spent more than entire presidential campaigns go through. He’s bought his way into the Democrat Party debate tomorrow night."

Bloomberg qualified for the debate by garnering 19 percent support in a Marist, Newshour and NPR/PBS poll, the fourth national poll to put him above the 10 percent mark since Jan. 15. That means the billionaire, who has spent more than $400 million of his fortune on advertising, meets the polling threshold set by the DNC for the debate.

Limbaugh said that Democrats are ignoring past controversial comments by Bloomberg because they are "obsessed" with beating President Trump before warning supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., that he could be "bought" as well.

"He [Bloomberg] is forcing all these Democrats to ignore what he has said about minorities, what he said about the elderly, what he has said about women. It is stunning the Democrats are allowing all of this to happen because they are so obsessed with beating Donald Trump that they’ll take anybody who can do it," Limbaugh said. "And I’m gonna tell you Crazy Bernie people something too. You may not want to hear this, but your guy can be bought off too. How do you think he went whimpering away so quietly in 2016?"


President Trump himself also recently went after Bloomberg, slamming him for his short stature and claiming that is a 'mass of dead energy.'
 
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