By: Brian Evans

The Bloomberg campaign seems to be in an endless political death spiral, as videos continue to surface that expose 2020 Presidential Candidate Mike Bloomberg’s utter and despicable coastal elitist mentality! In fact, after calling gay people “fags”, calling for letting the elderly die by denying them healthcare to save money, and demoralizing women by making sexist and perverted comments about them, now Bloomberg has once again had a video, unearthed by James Woods, where Bloomberg calls farmers mentally dumb!

In fact, a video that has surfaced from a 2016 speech at Oxford, shows Michael Bloomberg calling farmers ignorant, and that they lack “grey matter”! In the video, Bloomberg states…

I could teach anybody in this room to be a farmer. It’s a process here, you dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on, add water, up comes the corn. You can learn that. Then you have 300 years of the industrial society… Now comes the information economy. And the information economy is fundamentally different, because it’s built around replacing people with technology and the skill sets you have to learn are how to think and analyze and that is a whole degree level different, you need to have different skill set, you have to have a lot more gray matter.”

Video Via: James Woods

Donald Trump Jr. responded to the revelations by stating…

President Trump’s campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh added…

“It’s enlightening to know how much disdain he holds for farmers and factory workers. He’s flattering himself if he thinks we’re paying that much attention to him. He’s got a bunch of other Democrats to worry about, and besides that, his worst enemies are himself and his public record.”

Sadly, what Bloomberg’s statement shows is how little he knows about farming, how hard their work is, and how much KOWLDEDGE farming actually takes! In the end, Bloomberg wouldn’t last a day as a farmer, let alone a week, a month, or certainly a season! Now, it appears that Bloomberg doesn’t have the ‘grey matter’ needed to win an election either!

I leave you with words from Paul Harvey’s “God made a farmer!”…