Presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg believes farmers and blue collar workers are simpletons with jobs that don’t require much intelligence, according to newly-surfaced video.

“I could teach anybody, even the people in this room, no offense intended” to be a farmer, Bloomberg said during a 2016 talk at Oxford University in a now-viral clip.

“It’s a process: You dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn,” he stated. “You could learn that.”

The former NYC mayor also downplayed blue collar workers.

“You put a piece of metal on the lathe, you turn the crank the direction of the arrow, and you can have a job,” he continued.

Critics blasted Bloomberg’s statements as demeaning, elitist and out-of-touch with America, particularly flyover country.

Ironically, outside their private-sector business ventures, politicians like Bloomberg represent a predatory class that doesn’t actually produce anything.

At least Hillary Clinton pretended to care about working-class Americans; Bloomberg can’t even do that.

Maybe having Hillary as Bloomberg’s running mate will add a tiny, tiny drop of charisma that his campaign lacks completely.

Hillary believes she has three covert roads to the White House.

The Emergency Election Sale is now live! Get 30% to 60% off our most popular products today!

Related Articles