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Who matters the money or the people? 

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Billionaire Tom Steyer and Mayor Mike Bloomberg are the in the race for President of the United States of America. However, their candidacy is everything that is wrong with the Democratic Party. They have the ability to buy their seats at the table, and that is what they have done. They did not earn a seat but let their money do all the talking. If the Democratic Party listens to the people this is not what they want. Most Americans do not want someone who can not relate to them and attempt to tell them what to do. (I am not trying to criticize them because of their wealth.)

 

 

Who matters the money or the people? 

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Billionaire Tom Steyer-

It is well documented that Tom Steyer had a number of "SUPER PACS" where he collected over 8 million Americans' information. He duped many people to think that he cares about the issues but was vying, for one thing, this whole time and that was power. 

Former Mayor Mike Bloomberg-

The most racist mayor that promoted one thing which is violence against anyone that is a minority. He was part of the school to prison pipeline he encouraged racial injustice (remember the tone is set at the top )

 

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Former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg refusing to give up power. 

 

 

Billionaire Tom Steyer denies aspirations to become the next President (while really setting up his foundation).

 

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Does Former Mayor Mike Bloomberg care about the middle-class?

He refused to have people in NYC paid a living wage and sued the city. He never fought for the middle-class then and will not do it now. 

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Tom Steyer made from coal? 

He is buying his way on the ticket like Mike Bloomberg.

After he made Billions of dollars. He had a change of heart. The research was always there he chose to ignore the research.

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https://www.politico.com/states/california/story/2016/10/tom-steyer-pursuing-racial-and-economic-justice-issues-invested-heavily-in-for-profit-prisons-106634

Billionaire Tom Steyer is a billionaire with a conscience after he turns a profit.  How do you own a private prison and expect voters to ignore your record? Then state, "I sold it does not matter."This prison tied minorities to the walls like they were animals you have done nothing, but ignore the facts. 

He was proud to own a prison.

Steyer said in a letter to them, “We are proud of the work we have done, and continue to do” for the portfolios of universities, according to Politico.

https://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article240639157.html

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"The hedge fund that Steyer started and ran until at least 2013, Farallon Capital Management, was busy finalizing a transaction."

 "Steyer was a partner in, Hellman & Friedman LLC, helped to set up an insurance company on another popular tax haven island, Bermuda. However, the Bermuda tax haven was not brought up in the protests."

 

"Mr. Steyer sold his ownership stake in Farallon in late 2012, but he has not cut ties with it entirely. He remains a passive investor, his aides said, though they declined to describe the size of his investment."

https://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/05/us/politics/prominent-environmentalist-helped-fund-coal-projects.html?_r=0

Please read:

https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/mike-ciandella/2014/10/29/media-disguise-liberal-billionaire-steyer-climate-change-crusader?gclid=CjwKCAiA7t3yBRADEiwA4GFlIxS5lQeDYEMHUnMEPsA2J1KFYpOa8w3r1GEAi6ZzWOTutc0Q0GnzeBoCfBcQAvD_BwE

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We can see right now, that to the current "businessman" in the white house, money and the economy matter more than people.  

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6 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

We can see right now, that to the current "businessman" in the white house, money and the economy matter more than people.  

Do you realize most of the former "presidential candidates"  are radio silent? If they are really here for the people and making America better they would be demanding frontline workers get proper PPE and they would endorse DPA. There should be a demand for Congress to do more for the people of this country. 

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