Tucker Carlson Guest Says Bloomberg Spent ‘Half A Billion Dollars To Get Scalped By A Fake Indian’

Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg did not do well in his primary debate debut. Taking to the Nevada debate stage, he looked uneasy and dull. He struggled to answer basic questions about his own policies or his political record and was mostly unable to answer criticism from his fellow candidates (though he did take a swipe at Bernie Sanders).

While Bloomberg did not perform well on-stage, he has spent $400 million in television ads and is effectively using this money to rise the ranks.

Could he actually buy the nomination?

That question was asked by Fox News talk show host Tucker Carlson during a segment on“Tucker Carlson Tonight” Friday.

His guest on the segment, Federalist co-founder Sean Davis said his underperforming on-stage with the country watching did not bode well for him.

“We’re getting to see in real-time whether a candidate with no charisma, no real rationale for running, no base of support, can actually buy a nomination,” Davis said per the Federalist. “And I gotta say, I was kind of amazed. I think [the debate] may have been the first time in television history we saw a guy pay half a billion dollars to get scalped by a fake Indian.”

Davis went on to argue that Bloomberg’s ascension is reminiscent of 2016’s primary process when Democrats rigged the process against Sanders.

“If you look back at 2016, the Democrat establishment decided that they were going to make sure that Bernie Sanders wasn’t going to win the nomination, so they rigged it,” the guest said.

“And at least then they had enough shame and good sense to kind of hide it. And I think here in 2020 what we’re seeing is whether the Democrat establishment is going to use a billion dollars of someone else’s money, namely Mike Bloomberg’s, to steal the nomination from Bernie Sanders,” he added.

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Notably, Bloomberg has not been on the ballots in Iowa, New Hampshire, or Nevada. He will have a chance to get delegates during Super Tuesday, next week.

“Even in Nevada, where Mike Bloomberg isn’t even on the ballot. Somehow, the DNC decided that he got to be up there on that [debate] stage,” Davis said.


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