Whatever - let Michael Bloomberg do his white male billionaire savior-complex media lap. He’ll be about as successful as Howard Schultz. Next.
Howard Schultz, Tom Steyer, and now Michael Bloomberg. I've enjoyed the public embarrassment of all three. https://t.co/905KUmwoUI
Clearly, wealthy people don't know how to be told no. Especially wealthy white men. Howard Schultz, Tom Steyer, Michael Bloomberg, note for you all.
Nothing is less endearing to the Democratic base than trying to buy your way past devoted women & people of color public servants.
Howard Schultz, Tom Steyer, Michael Bloomberg...the billionaire class is stepping in the service of their country
...and their pocketbooks.
JOHN DELANEY: *steps on rakes like Sideshow Bob*
HOWARD SCHULTZ: *slips on a banana peel and falls flat on his face*
TOM STEYER: *[crepuscular evening sounds]*
MICHAEL BLOOMBERG: "Leeeeeeeeerooooooooy Jeeeeeeeeeeenkiiiiiiins"
Just a reminder that the constituency of voters who are "socially liberal but fiscally conservative" like Michael Bloomberg or Howard Schultz is very, very small.
We’ve already had three billionaires involved in the 2020 presidential race — Tom Steyer, Howard Schultz and Donald Trump (assuming Trump is really a billionaire).
The American people aren’t exactly clamoring for another one (Mike Bloomberg) to join the race and rescue them.
twitter bullied howard schultz to drop out. we can do it again.
This Bloomberg news makes me wonder if we weren’t mean enough to Howard Schultz.
Bloomberg is the Howard Schultz of Joe Bidens
1000x this. A group of dudes (yes, it is almost certainly a group of mostly dudes) saw the money Steve Schmidt took off Howard Schultz and said, ‘To hell with this, I want to pay off a mortgage early too, get Bloomberg in a room.’ Well played, enjoy your next five months of $$. https://t.co/1JgqHZchDs
"Howard Schultz" is known only as "Dumb Starbucks Guy"
"Michael Bloomberg" is known only as "Howard Schultz."
Okay, Boomers? https://t.co/mnSYEqqzNL
Howard Schultz, Mike Bloomberg, and Tom Steyer are doing Sanders and Warren's work for them. I've never resented anyone becoming wealthy but I'm starting to resent their arrogant assumptions that being wealthy makes them the presumptive saviors of America. #inners #maddow
77-year-old white male billionaire jumping into a race with over a dozen candidates already in the race... thinking now is my time.
How out-of-touch can Bloomberg be? Doesn't he talk to Howard Schultz?
I saw the Bloomberg news and thought "wait, wasn't he already running?" because I confused him with Howard Schultz because all billionaires run on the same stupid platform of delusion and nihilism
Very Spooky Genius, in my great & unmatched wisdom@GIowing0rb
Michael Bloomberg is the Howard Schultz of Tom Steyers.
If Howard Schultz joins again, they can use the Power of Three
If you drink coffee, I’ll put you down for Howard Schultz.
If they booed Howard Schultz off the stage... what makes Bloomberg think he'll get any traction?
Do us a favor and join Howard Schultz into insignificance. No more billionaires.
The first dozen or so losers have dropped out. Now it's time for the second run of no-hopers beloved by the dimmer insiders: Steyer, Bloonberg, Holder
They're going to the same place as Howard Schultz
There is that billionaire ego again. Howard Schultz, Tom Steyer and now Bloomberg. Thinking that being a billionaire will translate into leaders of a nation. They are deluded. Their money would be better spent on campaigns that need their money and have a chance.
Bloomberg to Steyer: This is unquestionably the time for an old white male billionaire to jump in and shake up this race.
Howard Schultz: Do you want room for cream?
Howard Schultz is a disgusting trash bag billionaire like all the rest, but at the very least what made him a billionaire has affected you in some way and allowed you to be able to get a slightly above average cup of coffee in the middle of nowhere.
“People want guidance, not rhetoric. They need to know what the plan of action is and how it will be implemented. They want to be given responsibility to help solve the problem and the authority to act on it.” - Howard Schultz https://t.co/LZlagVJ4fa
#MichaelBloomberg making noises and #TomSteyer's vanity candidacy remind me that the business leader who should have been President was Henry Kaiser -- progressive, proworker innovator who helped with WW2 & invented prepaid healthcare & worksite childcare.
Aw man remember Howard Schultz???