Psychological Myopia: An Existentialist Threat to American Liberty

Michael Bloomberg is a sometime Republican, sometime Democrat, full-time threat to our hard-won freedoms.

Bloomberg’s apparent number one objective is gun control.

Let’s remove one word from the preceding sentence to understand his ultimate goal.

Bloomberg’s apparent number one objective is gun control.

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg is a tyrant, a person in a position of authority who exercises power oppressively or despotically.

He would have prospective voters believe he cares about human lives. His fixation on disarming Americans is couched as a means to eliminating violence across the fruited plain, from the mountains to the prairies, to the oceans white with foam.

As Mayor of New York City, Bloomberg passed gun laws in 2005 ostensibly to protect lives. The following year, 2006, he founded Mayors Against Illegal Guns.

According to municipal official records, deaths by firearms does not make it to the top-ten list of cause of death in the Big Apple. In fact, this year, the people in New York are almost twice as likely to die from cars than from guns.

Cars significantly more dangerous than guns in New York, new data shows

Is former Mayor Michael Bloomberg advocating car control to reduce violent deaths in that city?

Bloomberg is a tyrant, a bully, who sees himself above the law. I see him thinking himself some sort of god.

If Bloomberg were in the White House and Democrats were to gain total control of the Legislative Branch, we would lose more than our constitutionally-guaranteed natural right to armed self-defense; we would lose all our rights.

Barack Obama was a gentle tyrant who infamously boasted he could bypass Congress with his pen and his telephone.

Bloomberg is not a gentle tyrant. His psychological myopia poses a danger to the republican form of government, irrespective of political affiliation.

John White
Rockwall, Texas

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