Must be frustrating for Bloomberg to get hassled and interrogated every day about his past comments on stop and frisk. pic.twitter.com/Dz1AyeSLyK
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) February 14, 2020
A question I am afraid isn't getting asked often enough. If Bloomberg picks Stacy Abrams as his running mate, can he restrain himself from frisking her? Because I feel that even once might be too much for many voters.
— Slava Malamud (@SlavaMalamud) February 12, 2020
Gotta admire the balls on Bloomberg for constantly lying about what he did as the mayor of a city where literally everyone is a journalist, media figure or on twitter
— Proud Bloomberg Disliker (@MenshevikM) February 11, 2020
My parents have always liked Bloomberg much more than I do, which is admittedly not hard to do. Lately they've been talking about how much he annoys Trump, which may be true but is also very easy. Trump is surely yelling "more lies" at an episode of Access Hollywood right now.
— David Roth (@david_j_roth) February 13, 2020
Friend via text: "Don't you wish rich idiots still dueled"
— laura olin (@lauraolin) February 13, 2020
There may be some benefit in a politician showing that he agrees with voters. Campaigns aren't arguments with voters. At least not most campaigns. https://t.co/GhLYDfGgbu
— Iowasca Tripper (@agraybee) February 10, 2020
Mike Bloomberg is lawful evil and Donald Trump is chaotic evil and a lot of people are revealing by their support of Bloomberg that the thing that really bothers them about Trump is that's he's chaotic and don't care about evil either way
— Mathias (@bucephalus424) February 11, 2020