Democrat POTUS candidate Mike Bloomberg claims his brother told employee to “kill” her unborn baby
Carlos Delicto, Reporting from the Big Apple
According to lifenews.com, a lawsuit filed in 1997 “by former Bloomberg L.P. employee Sekiko Sekai Garrison, alleged that Bloomberg referred to Garrison’s baby and told her to ‘kill it’,” according to the New York Times.
Garrison’s lawsuit also alleged that Bloomberg grumbled, “‘Great, no. 16,’ which the complaint said referred to the 16 pregnant women in his company, the Times reported in 2001.”
Back in the late 1990’s, Garrison alleged that “Bloomberg subjected women in his company to ‘repeated and unwelcome’ sexual comments”.
Bloomberg denied the accusation, and settled without admitting any guilt after paying an undisclosed amount of money to Garrison, the NYT reported.
Now facing these complaints as a POTUS candidate for the Democrat Party nomination, Bloomberg revealed that back in the late 1990’s he would often have his older brother – by two years – substitute for him at his office. The brother, Morton Bloomberg, closely resembled his younger and richer brother and would keep a low profile while Michael was away on vacation.
When asked why he felt it necessary to use his brother as a “body double” when he vacationed, the younger and richer Bloomberg said, “I didn’t want the staff to lapse into lethargy thinking I wasn’t at the helm of the operation. Particularly the female employees who…” and there he abruptly stopped and ended the interview.