Incredibly, Bloomberg in a fish costume is a real thing. The meme guys have got their work cut out for them trying to top the stupidity Bloomberg participated in by his own free will.
How does one even parody a train wreck like this?
While someone is sure to track down where this first came from soon enough, it isn’t yet clear what context this train wreck originally came out of.
All we know is that we can’t look away.
He has a fish tail in his fish suit, and his performance is every bit as stiff and awkward as you would expect it to be.
To the tune of ‘Under the Sea’ they sing a song that is apparently supposed to be a … tribute (?) … to NYC? Bragging about the ferry and library, then talking about bedbugs and drugs?
Weird flex, but ok…
Why yes, that IS #MikeBloomberg with a fish tail singing a New York version of “Under the Sea.” ?
Folks, this beats “Beetle Bailey” Dukakis and the tank in ‘88.
— Sara ❤️ (@brightislandusa) February 16, 2020
That would be pretty weird as a one-off, right?
But what if it’s part of a bizarre trend?
Mike Bloomberg as Mary Poppins pic.twitter.com/BeYshVZk4X
— Jack Posobiec ?? (@JackPosobiec) February 17, 2020
What the hell is going on with this guy?
And why do people keep letting him embarrass himself in public like that? Does the man no have even ONE honest friend with the balls to look past his money and tell him — dude, bad idea — not even one?
Billions of dollars or not — how are we — or any other world leaders — supposed to take this clown seriously?