Maybe it was the big soda that irritated Bloomberg?


So isn’t it hypocritical that he demands you disarm your own ability to protect your family?

At the US Conference of Mayors in Washington D.C. recently, a reporter asked Bloomberg if he would be willing to disarm his security detail as he is so opposed to guns in society.

What happens next?

Oh baby!


( – In an explosive exchange outside the U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting in Washington, D.C., security guards for billionaire New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg accosted senior Talk Radio Network investigative reporter Jason Mattera when he asked the mayor about his strong support for gun control.

In the video, Bloomberg is seen surrounded by security. Mattera approaches Bloomberg and asks, “In the spirit of gun control, will you disarm your entire security team?”

Bloomberg’s reply:  “Uh, you, we’ll get right back to you.”

“Why can you defend yourself but not the majority of Americans?” Mattera asks as the mayor walks away. “Look at the team of security you’ve got.  And you’re an advocate for gun control?”

The video then cuts to Mattera walking further down the street when one of the men guarding Bloomberg, identified as Officer Stockton NYPD, stops Mattera and asks to see his photo ID.

Mattera complies before asking, “Is this standard procedure for the press?  Wait, wait, wait, it’s standard procedure to be questioning members of the press?

One thought on “Bloomberg has thin skin (and won’t disarm HIS security)”
  1. Pretty simple way to handle this. State: “Are you asking for my ID as a police officer or as the mayor’s bodyguard?” If he cites his position as a police officer and is outside of his jurisdiction/official duties, he will be acting under color of authority (and pretty much hang himself on video). If he says he’s a bodyguard, security consultant, or whatever, you can decline –or not even answer him.

    Also, I would suggest Jason have an Oathkeeper travel w/ him who can meet mercs like Stockton eye to eye.

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