Democrat Senate Majority PAC Caught Double-Dealing

On the same day it was reported that former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg contributed $2.5 million to the Senate Majority PAC, the PAC released an attack ad on Scott Brown claiming “Brown delivered for Wall Street.”

We were stunned by the hypocrisy since “Bloomberg is Wall Street.”

Bloomberg started his career on Wall Street. And since becoming Mayor in 2002, has cemented his identity with The Big Banks and is on the record saying “I don’t think that just because you’re a banker you should be vilified,” but the Senate Majority PAC may beg to differ.

When it comes to Bloomberg, “few constituencies will miss him as much as Wall Street .” The CEO of the Partnership for New York City, Kathryn S. Wylde noted to The New Yorker, about how Bloomberg “stood up for the financial-services industry” after Washington attacked Wall Street over the financial crisis.

The Senate Majority PAC will say and do anything to help their vulnerable Democrat colleagues… even if it means funding an anti-Wall Street attack ad with money from a Wall Street insider turned nanny-state Mayor.