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    Reminder: As Mayor of NYC, Michael Bloomberg Was A Tyrant

    Updated: November 9, 2019 at 1:20 am EST  See Comments

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    Thursday’s big political news was former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s announcement he was registering for the Democratic presidential primary in Alabama, as a move toward a possible 2020 run. Policy-wise, Bloomberg is more of a moderate than most of the Democratic presidential field. But a Bloomberg return to political power would be frightening. He is not a nanny-stater like most Democrats, as NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg was a tyrant who tried to control almost every aspect of people’s lives.

    Most know that Bloomberg is a radically anti-Second Amendment who has spent millions destroying gun rights. In fact, the New York Times once wrote that Bloomberg’s gun control agenda went too far. For example, In Washington State, Michael Bloomberg and some of his favorite anti-gun billionaires spent $4,661,572 for advertising that pushed through the anti-Second Amendment I-1639, despite overwhelming law enforcement opposition  His Everytown for Gun Safety group spent $2.5 million to help promote the Democrats into the majority in Virginia. Based on that new liberal majority left-wing Va. Gov. Northam told his cabinet that removing gun rights, including confiscating some people’s firearms, would be one of his first priorities.

    But gun rights is the least of it. As a mayor,

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