Bloomberg: Complete list of everything he banned in NYC.

 

Bloomberg is one very dangerous fellow. It is amazing that while the democrats continue to gnash their teeth and wring their hands concerning how dangerous and out of control Trump is, much worse are the candidates that they are lining up for the next election.

Here is fodder for anyone who thinks Bloomberg would be less authoritarian than Sanders.  I will add a couple of my past posts that I found were most egregious.

To remember him properly, here’s a list of everything Bloomberg banned during his time in office.

 

* Overruled/appealed ban
** Suggested/voluntary ban
*** Proposed/pending ban

From Gizmodo

Here are some of my oldie moldies that I posted back in the day.

Another Bloomberg special project of Bloomberg was to infiltrate State AG’s offices to additionally move his agenda forward.

Bloomberg – AG Ellison Minnesota corruption scandal

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg and other activist donors are paying for their own attorneys to work inside state attorney general offices and governor’s offices.

How does one “hire” someone if that “someone” is being paid for by someone else? How about “plant” someone inside an office? What is even worse, that plant is inside an Attorney General’s office? That person planting is none other than former Mayor Bloomberg and this is not the first office he has done this with. The purpose? To carry out Bloomberg’s agenda via State AG offices.

Now back to NYC:

Bloomberg: ‘I am going to slow down the elevator’

As part of his ongoing campaign to transform New York City into what he calls “Fit City,” Mayor Michael Bloomberg is promoting “active design” for low-income housing developments being built there, including plans to prompt residents to use the stairs and rooftop gardens for growing “healthy” foods.

In 2010, the Bloomberg Administration and other public and private sector groups issued the “Active Design Guidelines,” which promotes car-free neighborhoods, encourages “physical movement” inside buildings and “improves access to nutritious food.”

In March, the 124-unit, $37.7 million Arbor House was opened in the Bronx, according to a July 31 Newsday report. Check out the full story if you want to be outraged.

“One witty slogan posted on a staircase door reads: ‘If your dog is fat, you’re not getting enough exercise,’” the Newsday article stated.

The Arbor also features a 10,000 square foot, rooftop hydroponic garden where vegetables will be grown, the article stated.

Bloomberg denies food donations to the poor

Everything must be controlled or doled out by the State, peons! Food, soda, using the stairs instead of the elevator, what will Nanny not try to control?  Better to let the poor starve.

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s food police have struck again!

Outlawed are food donations to homeless shelters because the city can’t assess their salt, fat and fiber content, reports CBS 2’s Marcia Kramer.

Glenn Richter arrived at a West Side synagogue on Monday to collect surplus bagels — fresh nutritious bagels — to donate to the poor. However, under a new edict from Bloomberg’s food police he can no longer donate the food to city homeless shelters.

It’s the “no bagels for you” edict.

Bloomberg to restrict Pain Killers at Hospitals

If a non-physician can dictate the amount of pain medication one can receive, just think what we have in store for gun control, Obamacare, any of our freedoms. So I give you Mr. Bloomberg, who heralded the banished Big Gulp, now moving on to pain medication.

“The city hospitals we control,” he said Friday in
response to critics, “so … we’re going to do it and we’re urging all of
the other hospitals to do it, voluntary guidelines.

Much better to ban medicine. Besides, where’s the fun of electing a liberal mayor if you can’t leave sick people writhing in agony? Soda Head

Mayor Michael Bloomberg is a total control freak. NYT reports:

Some of the most common and most powerful prescription painkillers on the market will be restricted sharply in the emergency rooms at New York City’s 11 public hospitals, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg said Thursday in an effort to crack down on what he called a citywide and national epidemic of prescription drug abuse.

Bloomberg and the Feds:10G bounty to ban cigs in our apartment

The city is recruiting foot soldiers for a stealth war against smoking cigarettes in your apartment, planning documents obtained by The Post reveal.

Community groups are being asked to convince tenants and property managers to turn their private buildings into butt-free abodes — the latest front in the Health Department and Mayor Bloomberg’s anti-smoking crusade, according to a recently released “request for proposal” document.

Released by the Health Department’s nonprofit arm, Partnership for a Healthier New York City, the document solicits “neighborhood contractors” to “support and advance” its agenda in four separate areas of concern: tobacco, alcohol, exercise and diet.Full story at NY Post

For their efforts, a community group will collect a $10,000 bounty — paid for out of a Centers for Disease Control grant.
That’s it for today. Other than that all is well in the swamp.
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Bloomberg surges to 2nd place nationally in polls

 

Anyone but Trump apparently in the latest polls of Democrats out on Monday. Bloomberg now qualifies for the Wednesday debate. Considering the withering attacks that have been made on him with the unearthing of past statements, everything that in a normal day would disqualify someone, not on a day when Trump is the opponent. Who says money can’t buy you everything?

Michael Bloomberg

Michael Bloomberg (D) is jumping behind Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to second place nationally, a Zogby Analytics poll released Monday revealed.

The billionaire, whom Sanders has routinely railed against for attempting to “buy” the presidential primary, has made it to second place in a national poll, behind the socialist senator by just four percentage points — 20 percent to Sanders’ 24 percent support.

Zogby:

 

Monday’s RealClearPolitics average shows a similar lineup, with Sanders in the lead followed by Biden, Bloomberg, Warren, and Buttigieg.

Real Clear Politics:

The Takeaway

Bernie Sanders continues his winning ways and is now the national frontrunner. With Michael Bloomberg’s ascendancy into the second slot in the national polls, the campaigns of Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg have suffered tremendously. Biden is hurting too, but is banking heavily on strong support from African American voters in South Carolina, and if he doesn’t win it outright his campaign could be game over. Bloomberg is taking all of Biden’s support among key groups: mainly women, moderates, older voters, suburban voters, suburban women and college educated voters.

H/T: Breitbart

This almost makes me want to watch the debate. Almost.

Other than that all is well in the swamp.

Bloomberg staff apologizes for his crude remarks about women

 

As the impeachment marches on, Bloomberg’s staff took time out to be “woke.” Isn’t fair fair? This should finish Bloomberg before he gets started with today’s unwritten rules.Of course Bloomberg leaves it for his staff to apologize. But for a New York Jew looks like you just claim that they are simply “borscht belt jokes.” I find it interesting that the Times choses now to do this little reveal.

Michael Bloomberg’s campaign team started cleaning up after its candidate before he has officially entered the 2020 presidential race.

A spokesperson from Bloomberg’s campaign issued an apology after a report from the New York Times revealed the former New York City mayor had made many demeaning comments about women.

One remark attributed to Mr. Bloomberg went like this: “If women wanted to be appreciated for their brains, they’d go to the library instead of to Bloomingdale’s.” Another line, purportedly Mr. Bloomberg’s sales pitch for his eponymous computer terminal, said the machine will “do everything,” including oral sex, although a cruder term was used.

“I guess,” Mr. Bloomberg was quoted as saying, “that puts a lot of you girls out of business.”

These accusations had surfaced before, but Bloomberg brushed them off as “borscht belt jokes.” His campaign, however, took a softer approach and apologized for the remarks.

Stu Loeser, a spokesman for Bloomberg and his former press secretary, said, “Mike has come to see that some of what he has said is disrespectful and wrong. He believes his words have not always aligned with his values and the way he has led his life.”

Read more below:

Bloomberg – AG Ellison Minnesota corruption scandal

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg and other activist donors are paying for their own attorneys to work inside state attorney general offices and governor’s offices.They are there to push climate change litigation.

How could this possibly be legal? Last month I reported on New York.

NY AG Office Asks for Ethic Opinion after revealed ‘hired’ Bloomberg operatives

“We know NY OAG only sought an ethics opinion over 13 months after promising Bloomberg’s group there were no ethics issues, and 8 months after having already brought them on board,”

How does one “hire” someone if that “someone” is being paid for by someone else? How about “plant” someone inside an office? What is even worse, that plant is inside an Attorney General’s office? That person planting is none other than former Mayor Bloomberg and this is not the first office he has done this with.

How many other AG offices are being used by outside groups to politicize their points of view and carry out their agenda?

That was the question I asked.

But of course and no surprise to my question. It would be Minnesota and AG Keith Ellison first added to the list.

A group called Energy Policy Advocates requested documents relating to this scheme from the office of Minnesota’s Attorney General, Keith Ellison. EPA’s requests were made pursuant to Minnesota’s broad Government Data Practices Act. The requests were narrowly tailored to ask for documents relating to 1) correspondence between the AG’s office and a plaintiffs’ law firm, and 2) correspondence between the AG’s Office and a specific individual in another state who was recruiting attorneys general to join Bloomberg’s scheme. The Minnesota Attorney General replied that there are no such documents, or, if there are, they are privileged and will not be produced.

So EPA sued, represented by a brand new public interest law firm called the Upper Midwest Law Center

Reported by the Star Tribune. The Strib’s story, mediocre at best, is most notable because it flushes out Keith Ellison’s admission that Minnesota is indeed participating in the Bloomberg scam. Ellison didn’t have much choice: there is a Linked In page by a lawyer who wrote:

I am off on a new adventure as a Fellow with the NYU School of Law’s State Impact Center. I will be embedded with the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office as an Environmental Litigator and Special Assistant Attorney General.

So much for any claim that there are no documents linking the Minnesota Attorney General to Bloomberg’s corrupt scheme, unless this was all arranged via smoke signals.

Bloomberg’s scheme is corrupt, poses inevitable conflicts of interest, and in some states is flatly illegal.

This video by the Clear Energy Alliance presents a good summary of the scandal:

Chris Horner spent more than two years producing two reports for the Competitive Enterprise Institute exposing this scheme and CEA president Mark Mathis showcases the money trail.

Read more

For list of sources and downloadable transcript: https://clearenergyalliance.com/proje…

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NY AG Office Asks for Ethic Opinion after revealed ‘hired’ Bloomberg operatives

How does one “hire” someone if that “someone” is being paid for by someone else? How about “plant” someone inside an office? What is even worse, that plant is inside an Attorney General’s office? That person planting is none other than former Mayor Bloomberg and this is not the first office is has done this with. How many other AG offices are being used by outside groups to politicize their points of view and carry out their agenda?

New York regulators asked an ethics panel to investigate potential conflicts of interest claims after the attorney general’s office hired an attorney paid for by former mayor-turned-environmentalist billionaire Michael Bloomberg.

“We know NY OAG only sought an ethics opinion over 13 months after promising Bloomberg’s group there were no ethics issues, and 8 months after having already brought them on board,”

Michael Bloomberg

The request was sent the same day that a government watchdog group filed an open records request about the hiring of two Bloomberg-funded attorneys into the attorney general’s office. Bloomberg has turned his attention to environmental issues, gun control, and anti-tobacco regulations since leaving office.

The former New York City mayor’s most ambitious project has been funding the “State Energy and Environmental Impact Center” (SEEIC) at the New York University School of Law. The program trains and deploys attorneys to work in state attorney general offices around the country.

Its selling point is the fact that it would pay the salaries of all new hires at no cost to taxpayers.

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Another example:

Bloomberg battalion working out of AG’s office

Boston HeraldJun 4, 2019
Welcome to Massachusetts: the best justice system money can buy. And in Attorney General Maura Healey’s office, they mean that literally.

Right now, there are two lawyers working in Healy’s office as “Special Assistant Attorneys General,” with all the power that confers. But they’re not working for we, the people. Instead, their employer — the guy who writes their paychecks — is a private citizen. And his name is Michael Bloomberg.

They’re working cases in Boston, but they’re getting paid out of New York City.

What the what, you ask? It’s called the State Energy and Environmental Impact Center and since 2017, they’ve been putting private attorneys, paid for with private, green-activist dollars, inside Democrat-controlled state attorneys general offices around the country. Their stated goal is “advancing progressive clean energy, climate change, and environmental legal positions.”

Michael Bloomberg started the project with a $6 million check and — shocker! — these lawyers are using our public AG’s office to promote Bloomberg’s green political agenda. How is that legal, you ask? Welcome to Massachusetts.

Keep in mind Soros has been stacking D.A. races throughout the country.

George Soros long fingers in Chicago and DA races, State Secretaries of State

George Soros, the billionaire of progressive-slash-socialist and globalist causes the world over, has been busy buying his way into local district attorney campaigns in the United States. He has found he can get a lot of bang for his bucks in these races.

Then just plant attorneys of whatever persuasion to litigate your point of view against your adversaries. Not just civil litigation but now you can charge criminality.

A corrupt judicial system is/will be the final nail for our republic.

Other than that, all is well in the swamp.

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NYC Bloomberg: CAIR on his Human Rights Commision

Bloomberg’s arrogance is getting much too much. A great read by Pam Geller over at  Atlas Shrugs… worth spinning over for the full story. “A few bad apples he says?? Where is Rudy when we need him.

And this nonsense between “home grown” and international Islamic terrorism. It’s jihad. Nationality has nothing to do with this. Islam is their state. Borders are merely logistics.

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg agreed the Times Square car bombing was likely “homegrown” as he proceeded, in an interview excerpt run on Monday’s CBS Evening News, to speculate it could have been placed by “somebody with a political agenda who doesn’t like the health care bill or something. It could be anything

Is it any wonder the Mayor has a stealth jihadist on his Human Rights Commission? Write him.

Mayor Bloomberg’s office has been deeply infiltrated — “human rights commissioner” — oh, the irony. The city of “if you see something, say something” has on our “human rights commission” a litigation jihadist who is representing the flying imams — people saw something and said something, and Omar with CAIR filed suit. Give ’em an NYC commission spot!

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has on his New York City Human Rights Commission the CAIR-New York President Omar Mohammedi. Mohammedi was appointed to the Commission in October of 2002.  

Terror lawyer Mohammedi represents a number of organizations that are the defendants in a 9/11 lawsuit for the murder of 3000 innocent people. One of the organizations he is the lawyer for is the World Assembly for Muslim Youth (WAMY), a Saudi-based group with offices around the globe that publishes incendiary materials against Jews and openly supports Hamas and violent jihad.

Omar Mohammedi has also serves as attorney for the Flying Imams, the six imams who were removed from a US Airways flight after passengers complained that they were acting suspiciously. Mohammedi filed a lawsuit on their behalf for unspecified damages, citing “fear, depression, mental pain and financial injury” on the part of the imams.[17] He also initially filed suit against the passengers who complained, which would have had a chilling effect on anyone reporting suspicious behavior by Muslims in airports — although that part of the suit was dropped after Republicans in Congress passed legislation to protect the passengers.

Contact the Mayor directly by writing, calling, faxing or e-mailing and let him know that Mohammedi must go.
      
      Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg
      City Hall
      New York, NY 10007
      PHONE 311 (or 212-NEW-YORK outside NYC)
      
      FAX (212) 788-8123
      
      E-MAIL: http://www.nyc.gov/html/mail/html/mayor.html

The arrogance is overwhelming. http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2010/05/times-square-jihadi-nabbed-at-jfk-airport.html  So much for a few bad apples

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