Michael Bloomberg on Tuesday night faced questions once again about complaints filed by former female employees who consequently signed nondisclosure agreements. The ex-mayor of New York previously said he suspected the complaints revolved around jokes he made that may have been in bad taste. At the Democratic primary debate in Charleston, S.C., he reaffirmed his position, saying he was "probably wrong to make the jokes."
Although Bloomberg now says the women are free to be released from their signed nondisclosure agreements by contacting his office, no details stemming from those complaints have emerged—until now.
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The Washington Free Beacon has obtained eight of these complaints regarding the jokes considered to be in questionable taste. They are not for the faint of heart. Because of the nature of these jokes and the fact that the Free Beacon has a readership of all ages, we have decided to only reprint the punchlines with the sole purpose of conveying the severity of the complaints.
"If you think that’s bad, you should see how he makes the donuts."
"Oh yeah? Well I had some hot-buttered corn!"
"Can you hold this goat for me?"
"You mean beef and broccoli?"
"It’s not so baaaaaad."
"I can’t tell, but the one in the middle looks like Willie Nelson."
"Fine. Death. By Boomba."
"No mon, mine says, ‘Welcome to Jamaica, have a nice day!’"