Corporate / Satan / Newscorp

@sunnysingh_n6  Almost any journalist who really understands finance would realize journalism is a dying industry and almost immediately go to work for Corporate PR, BLOOMBERG, or Satan (NewsCorp). With some exceptions of course.

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Japan's #Covid19  case count hits 156. Of those, 106 are Japanese nationals.

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VIDEO: KR The #coronavirus  outbreak in South Korea is "very grave", says President Moon Jae-in, wearing the uniform of an emergency official at a meeting in #Daegu  as the country's total number of cases approached 1,000

Pls amplify this thread, it's a piece of Bloomberg's record that needs vetting ahead of Super Tuesday and almost no one is talking about. Voters in California, Texas and elsewhere care about climate and Bloomberg is not their saviour. He's just another arsonist with better PR.

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