Michael Bloomberg was born at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston, on February 14, 1942. His family is Jewish. His father, William Henry Bloomberg (1906–1963), was a real estate agent and the son of Alexander "Elick" Bloomberg, an immigrant from Russia. His mother, Charlotte Rubens Bloomberg (January 2, 1909 – June 19, 2011), was a native of Jersey City, New Jersey. -- Wikipedia.
When I went to Washington state this month, I required a firearm to break Bloomberg's law on the steps of the state capitol. As you can see from this photo, I slung it across my back with an impromptu sling. It is an old double-barreled external hammer Belgian shotgun without, as near as I can determine, any serial number. It is somewhat of a beater I'm afraid and no doubt were I to try to fire it with modern smokeless ammunition it would detonate. However, for the purposes it was perfect. The wonderful thing is that I was presented this weapon as a gift by the I Will Not Comply folks in Washington and I sent it back to myself in Alabama. It just arrived.
Of course, all firearms, like all ships and boats, are female and there was some talk about what I was going to name her. Rosey was suggested and my wife agreed, but I think I have a better one.
I'm going to call her "Charlotte." That is Michael Bloomberg's mother's name. Since I have him and his millionaire-bought abomination of a background check bill to thank for her, it seems only appropriate to call her "Charlotte Bloomberg," or just plain "Charlotte." I intend to drag Charlotte around to every speaking engagement and armed civil disobedience action I can. Now that ought to piss the collectivist bastard off, don't you think? After I get the old gal cleaned up and with a proper sling, I'll post some close-ups of Mrs. Bloomberg in all her wood and Damascus steel nakedness here.
Michael Bloomberg takes his oath (for whatever that was worth) with his mother, Mrs. Charlotte Bloomberg, in attendance. To quote Rodney Dangerfield, she musta been somethin' before electricity.