It seems like Democratic and media sources have been struggling with calculation since Yang lost the primaries. Joe Biden explained recently to the public that 150 million people have been killed by guns since 2007. Now, MSNBC Brian Williams and New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay have delivered a cringe-worthy moment on the math behind Bloomberg’s campaign.
New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay applied some new math to her analysis of the cost of the disastrous Bloomberg campaign. On Tuesday, Gay tweeted “Bloomberg spent $500 million on ads. The U.S. population is 327 million. He could have given each American $1 million and still have money left over, I feel like a $1 million check would be life-changing for people. Yet he wasted it all on ads and STILL LOST.”
It is clearly not just life changing but math changing since that would mean that there was only 327 people living in the United States. Gay may have been referring to the survivors after 150 million were mowed down by guns according to Biden . . . she is off by an order of millions.
Williams however declared “It’s an incredible way of putting it.”
Gay then responded “It’s an incredible way of putting it. It’s true.”
Incredible, yes. True, no.
50 thoughts on ““An Incredible Way Of Putting It”: MSNBC Host and New York Times Columnist Highlight The Declining Math Scores In The Post-Yang Period”
Why can’t public figures simply acknowledge having ‘ mis-spoke ‘ and move on??
Some people actually suck this stuff up, go vote for Democrats, and blame anyone they can for the problems they created! Only on planet earth.
Comments are closed.