Bloomberg: I’ve ‘Earned My Place In Heaven’ For Anti-Gun, Anti-Smoking Crusades

By Chris “Badger” Thomas at Breaking First

Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City, said it’s his work for more gun control — along with his anti-smoking and healthy eating campaigns — that have won him God’s favor and a sure spot behind the Pearly Gates.


His exact words, made in context of discussing his smoking cessation and anti-obesity pushes, as well as his concerted crackdowns on private gun ownership, to the New York Times were: “I am telling you if there is a God, when I get to heaven I’m not stopping to be interviewed. I am heading straight in. I have earned my place in heaven. It’s not even close.”


Mr. Bloomberg, 72, made the remarks after mentioning his growing distress over the number of former college classmates he’s noticed in the “in memoriam” pages of his school newsletter, the New York Times reported.


Mr. Bloomberg’s just reached his 50th anniversary of his college graduation. Washington Times


Mike Bloomberg, the billionaire media mogul who founded the anti-gun organization Everytown For Gun Safety.


He wants to do just the opposite of what President Trump is doing: He wants to nominate Supreme Court justices who will patently disregard certain constitutional guarantees like the Second Amendment, which protects Americans’ “right to keep and bear arms” without infringement.


The last major gun safety ruling by the Supreme Court, in 2008, affirmed that reasonable restrictions on gun possession are constitutional. But the NRA has not given up on its absolutist vision of the Second Amendment, which is inconsistent with American history, oblivious to public safety and out of step with the American people. The NRA opposes much-needed fixes to the gun-sale background check system — which are supported by 90% of Americans — as well as restrictions on gun possession for domestic abusers and stalkers.

As president, I will appoint judges who understand that the Second Amendment allows for common sense limits on gun ownership. I’ve spent 15 years working to build a national coalition that is capable of taking on the NRA and winning — and I’m glad to say that we now have the NRA on the ropes. That may be one reason why the NRA is hoping the court will save it. ~ Bloomberg


Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

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