Michael Bloomberg’s Annoying Ads Being Used Against Him

As we’ve talked about before, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is by far the most annoying person in the 2020 presidential race. Granted, it’s nice that he’s not an avowed communist like at least one of his rivals seems to be, but it would be really nice if we didn’t have to see another blasted Bloomberg ad for…two days?

Honestly, we’d be overjoyed to take a break from Bloomberg for just two hours, but apparently that’s too much to ask. Annoying as this constant advertising for a campaign that’s going no where is, there’s one silver lining in all of this: it gives is great meme material.

So, Bloomberg, in an open attempt to copy President Donald Trump’s signature New York humor, has been buying billboards around the country in the off chance that there’s someone somewhere without a wifi connection that hasn’t seen his face plastered all over YouTube yet. One of these billboards attacked Trump’s personal taste in red meat — that is, the fact that he likes his steak well-done.

Look, we’re not going to defend the president on everything — we don’t know too many steak lovers who would call that a good move. But here’s the thing, Mini Mike — you need to remember who you’re dealing with here. Two can play this childish game, and you’re challenging the best of the best.


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