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Title: 'I'll fight them to the death': Judge Judy warns Bernie Bros that they don't have a chance at the presidency because she's ready to battle to get Mike Bloomberg in the White House
Source: Mail
URL Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar ... bid-Bloomberg-White-House.html
Published: Feb 24, 2020
Author: Valerie Edwards
Post Date: 2020-02-24 09:37:50 by IbJensen
Keywords: None
Views: 277
Comments: 23

The judge whose real name is Judy Sheindlin said earlier this month that she is ready to put up a fight against Bernie Sanders and his supporters

•During interview she said: 'Those people that are trying to change it [America] and revolutionize it, don’t have a chance, because I’ll fight them to the death'

•Sheindlin officially threw her support behind Michael Bloomberg in January •She endorsed Bloomberg's presidential bid, explaining in a TV ad for the former mayor why she was giving her blessing to a White House candidate for first time

•'No one comes close to Mike's executive achievement, government experience, and impactful philanthropy,' Sheindlin said during the television ad

(Plenty of photos and videos a the link

Judge Judy who officially threw her support behind Michael Bloomberg last month has just a few words for the Bernie bros: 'I'll fight them to the death.'

The judge whose real name is Judy Sheindlin said earlier this month that she is ready to put up a fight against Bernie Sanders and his supporters.

'America doesn’t need a revolution,' she told Fox 25 while on the campaign trail with Bloomberg in Oklahoma City.

'It’s the most perfect country in the world and those people that are trying to change it and revolutionize it, don’t have a chance, because I’ll fight them to the death,' she added

Fox 25's Mckenna Eubank interviews Mike Bloomberg and supporter Judge Judy Sheindlin as they come to Oklahoma City for Bloomberg's presidential campaign on Saturday evening. pic.twitter.com/zYwBXx0nRw — KOKH FOX 25 (@OKCFOX) February 9, 2020 After the judge finished speaking, Bloomberg quipped: 'Don’t get on the wrong side of the judge. That’s the message.'

While on the campaign trail in Texas this weekend, Sanders predicted a victory in Texas not only in the Democratic primary but in November's general election.

The Vermont senator adopted the tone of a candidate who has already secured the nomination before thousands of cheering supporters who filled a basketball arena on the campus of the University of Houston on Sunday.

Referring to supporters of President Donald Trump, Sanders said: 'Don't tell anybody because these folks get very agitated and nervous... We are going to win here.'

Sanders meant during the primary's 'Super Tuesday' on March 3, but also said 'in November we're going to defeat Trump here'.

Last month, Sheindlin endorsed Bloomberg's presidential bid, explaining in a television ad for the former mayor why she was giving her blessing to a White House candidate for the first time.

Sheindlin issued her verdict on Bloomberg, saying his government and business experience qualifies him for the top job in the land.

'I'd like to say you can judge someone's character by what they've done. Mike Bloomberg has done amazing things and will be a truly great president,' Sheindlin said.

'No one comes close to Mike's executive achievement, government experience, and impactful philanthropy. His steady leadership will unite our country and bring us through these very challenging times,' she added.

Sheindlin's 30-second ad for Bloomberg, titled 'Judge Him,' will run 'across digital channels and in relevant broadcast programming across 26 states,' according to a statement from Bloomberg's campaign.

She has also had tough words for some of the frontrunners for the Democratic nomination.

She criticized Joe Biden, calling the former vice president a 'No. 2 guy' and noted Elizabeth Warren and Sanders were just senators.

'You have somebody who is a No. 2 guy and a senator - you have two senators,' she told People magazine last month.

And she said Pete Buttigieg was 'lovely' but was just a small town mayor.

'You have a very lovely young man who ran a very small town for a very short time. If you were the governor of Indiana, you would still be governing two million people less than New York City,' Sheindlin said.

Bloomberg was a late entry into the Democratic field, casting himself as an alternative choice to a Democratic field that has failed to see a candidate catch fire.

(More blathering at the link)


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Judy will make all the difference in the world to little Mikey's campaign. The only thing of importance about this judicial actress is that she's worth millions and millions of dollars.

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#1. To: IbJensen (#0) (Edited)

Another celebrity idiot going for Bloomberg.

Oh well, they are entitled to their opinion, and have the right to express it.

But that does not change the fact that a great many of us think they are full of sh*t !

I seriously doubt their celebrity status is going to impact the election.

Stoner  posted on  2020-02-24   11:17:45 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: Stoner (#1) (Edited)

LOL...every celebrity who publicly endorses MiniMike will be immediately discredited by those of us who realize the Bloomberg campaign is openly BUYING ENDORSEMENTS...MUD

Mudboy Slim  posted on  2020-02-24   14:45:45 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: Mudboy Slim (#2)

Buying endorsements is an effective strategy.

Bernie may well not have the majority of votes to win the convention on the first ballot. It goes to the second ballot, and Bloomberg will have bought all of the superdelegates, and half the other people in the room. He wins the nomination.

Against Trump, Bloomberg will be the most effective, because it will be New York billionaire versus New York billionaire, flingin' poo at each other. Very entertaining, and Bloomberg is the more successful businessman, and ran New York City for 8 years. He's a formidable candidate.

If Bernie doesn't win it outright, Bloomberg could very well win it.

Of course if he beaver-dicks himself again tonight in the debate it may be over for him...except that if it goes to the second ballot, he could win by purchase.

Vicomte13  posted on  2020-02-25   18:18:36 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#8. To: Vicomte13 (#7) (Edited)

If the RATmedia ever discovered that Trump had purchased celebrity endorsements, he would be skewered mercilessly. I think Bloomberg will eventually be exposed as well.

That said, I agree that a Trump 48-state buttwhuppin of the MarxistMoron would be both enjoyable and educational for those miseducated snowflakes ignorant enough to support Bernie...MUD

Mudboy Slim  posted on  2020-02-25   21:30:05 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#9. To: Mudboy Slim (#8)

Last night's debates saw a neat, clean break between the candidates qualified to be President and those not.

Steyer, Sanders, Warren, Buttigieg and Klobuchar all stood up there and supported ending the filibuster.

Biden, wisely, said No way.

Bloomberg said You work with the other side to get things passed.

Biden and Bloomberg are the only two who have the adult sense to be President.

Sure, abolishing the filibuster is a great idea - IF you live in a one party state and can never lose elections.

But we don't, and sure as sunshine, your party is going to be out of power someday. The filibuster is not a complete veto, but it DOES mean that there has to be some measure of bipartisanship and negotiation to pass ANYTHING.

It's true, if there were no filibuster, Trump would have easily abolished Obamacare, built his Wall, deported more illegals, cut taxes further, etc.

But if there were no filibuster, we would have nationalized health care, eliminated gun rights, and had government-funded abortion on demand 30 years ago. The courts would have been packed by Leftist hard-liners under Obama, just as they are being packed by Trump BECAUSE Harry Reid abolished the filibuster for judicial appointments.

Biden has been through winning and losing, and understands that you DON'T give away your veto.

Bloomberg, who's a Republican running as a Democrat, and who got things through the divided New York legislature, just says very pragmatically that you make a deal. OF COURSE you do.

These other Democrats think that you just grab all the power, negotiate with nobody, and jam everything down their throat without negotiation. And the one thing that none of them who think that has ever done is hold high executive power.

Biden and Bloomberg get it. They've already calculated into their minds, through experience, that the other side - the Republicans in Biden's case, the Democrats in Bloomberg's - always gets a seat at the table, and you always have to make deals with them.

That's just realism. Which is what makes Biden and Bloomberg, however annoying they may be, the only two up there who are realistic adults. They're the only ones who have even taken into account the fact that sometimes you lose, and when you're on the weak side, having a partial veto is really important, whatever side you're on.

Vicomte13  posted on  2020-02-26   9:26:11 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#11. To: Vicomte13 (#9)

Sure, abolishing the filibuster is a great idea - IF you live in a one party state and can never lose elections.

Sounds good.

In my opinion the Democrats will eliminate it anyway. Might as well beat them to the punch.

You can't make deals on everything. Often you have to stick to principle and just outright defeat your opponents by convincing a majority that you are right.

Today we have many evil people in America so that gets hard.

A K A Stone  posted on  2020-02-26   15:36:25 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#14. To: A K A Stone (#11)

You may "have" to outright defeat your opponents. But if you abolish the filibuster to win some very controversial point, with no compromise, by a bare majority, the result is very prediictable. When the other party comes to power - as they inevitably will - you have lost your veto.

Trump had the House and the Senate for two years. And Obama held that for two years. W Bush had that, barely, for 4 years.

Before that, Eisenhower had it for two years. And then you get back to good ol' Herbert Hoover, who had it for four years. So, since 1929, the Republicans have held the White House and both houses of Congress for a total of12 years.

The Democrats have held all three simultaneously for 34 years. Nearly three times as long as the Republicans. And the Democrats had powerful leaders like FDR, Truman, JFK and LBJ during that time, also politically popular leaders like Clinton and Obama. The one thing that stopped the Democrats during those three decades of power was the Republican filibuster, the need to negotiate with the other party to pass legislation.

Strip that away and look what happened during those few years of FDR and LBJ when the Democrats had such a majority in the Senate that the Republicans could not filibuster during FDRs and LBJs rule. Look what came out of that: the New Deal and the Great Society.

Strip away the filibuster and what will you get from the Republicans if they control both parties? A Border Wall? Nah. It wasn't the Democrats who stopped that, it was Paul Ryan. Tax cuts? What would you get out of Democrats? Socialised Medicine, Hard Gun Control, free college in public institutions, open borders.

The filibuster was THE means by which the Republicans held back the tide for decades. Giving up that veto would be disastrous for them.

Vicomte13  posted on  2020-02-27   7:20:04 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#15. To: Vicomte13 (#14)

Even if every thing you said is true. It doesn't matter because the democrats are evil and will abolish it regardless.

A K A Stone  posted on  2020-02-27   8:09:11 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#16. To: A K A Stone (#15)

Even if every thing you said is true. It doesn't matter because the democrats are evil and will abolish it regardless.

That may be so. Obama didn't during the time that the Democrats controlled the Senate under him. Biden won't. Bernie will - that's true.

Vicomte13  posted on  2020-02-27   14:53:34 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#17. To: Vicomte13 (#16)

Biden won't

Do you really trust evil liars?

A K A Stone  posted on  2020-02-27   14:58:26 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#18. To: A K A Stone (#17)

Do you really trust evil liars?

When their own self-interest is at stake, I trust them to seek to protect it. Biden is old enough and experienced enough in the Senate to realize that the filibuster has been valuable at saving the Democrats from disaster, and that if the Senate denies, Executive Orders supply the power needed to do just about anything.

Vicomte13  posted on  2020-02-27   16:21:45 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#19. To: Vicomte13 (#18)

I bet Biden voted for removing filibusters on Judicial nominees.

Your opinion is reasonable in my opinion. I just think that the democrats will definitely do it when given the chance. Should the house have a fillibuster too? Thed demoncrats are desperate especially when Ginsburg is replaced by Trump. And that other old freak Breyer too. He's 81.

A K A Stone  posted on  2020-02-27   16:56:12 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#20. To: A K A Stone (#19) (Edited)

"I just think that the democrats will definitely do it when given the chance."

I would NOT bet against you...still, I would prefer if the Pubbies try to maintain the high road on this as long as possible. If the RATS open the door, then the GOP will walk right thru it. But let the RATS open the door first, imho...MUD

Mudboy Slim  posted on  2020-02-27   17:01:46 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


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#21. To: Mudboy Slim (#20)

Nazis can't run for office in Germany. Maybe we need the same kind of law against the evil demoncrats.

A K A Stone  posted on  2020-02-27 17:04:01 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


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