Michael Bloomberg Event With Judge Judy Draws Pitiful Crowd Of 45 People

Michael Bloomberg’s 2020 presidential campaign is going over with a thud.

Not even an event with Judge Judy can get people excited about his candidacy.

His recent appearance with the celebrity judge drew only 45 people.

The New York Post reports:

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Judge Judy sets the stage for Bloomberg’s anti-Trump rally

Mike Bloomberg slammed President Trump – as well as his Democratic rivals – Saturday as he kicked off what he called “Day One” of his run for the White House.

“Unlike everyone else in this race, I think what’s important is beating Donald Trump,” he told about 45 supporters at a restaurant in San Antonio.

Protesters toting Trump 2020 and U.S. flags could be spotted through the eatery’s windows.

TV’s Judge Judy Sheindlin introduced Bloomberg with a dig at the left-wing Democrats running for the nomination.

The Washington Examiner has more:

Small showing for Bloomberg rally with Judge Judy despite campaign’s big spending

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg claims he is ready to spend more than $1 billion in an effort to oust President Trump, but money may not be bringing supporters to his campaign.

Just 45 people showed up to Bloomberg’s latest rally with TV star Judge Judy Sheindlin in Texas on Saturday, according to the New York Post.

“Unlike everyone else in this race, I think what’s important is beating Donald Trump,” Bloomberg told the sparse crowd of fewer than 50 people in San Antonio.

Bloomberg, 77, has eschewed tradition by entering the race late, forgoing attempts to make the debate stage, spending big out of his personal account, and focusing on the later states in an attempt to gain the 2020 Democratic nomination.

Given the millions upon millions of dollars Bloomberg is spending on his campaign, this is just sad.

He can’t even break a crowd of 50 people with a celebrity guest?

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