Katie Couric and Mike Bloomberg BFF it up in ad for public safety (VIDEO)

Katie Couric Risks Her Life To Show 'Public Health' Saves Live…

Some kind New Yorkers school Katie Couric on public health as she heads to host an event for Mike Bloomberg and Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Posted by Funny Or Die on Monday, September 19, 2016

“Under the Gun” producer Katie Couric and America’s top gun control philanthropist former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg slapstick their way through a two-minute public health ad.

Celebrating the 100th year anniversary of Johns Hopkins’ public health programs– who house the Bloomberg School of Public Health and just picked up a $300 million donation from the former Mayor– the spot highlights public health and safety successes over the past several decades.

Sure, it’s not directly gun related, or is it? I mean its not like Bloomberg founded Mayors Against Illegal Guns, funds Everytown for Gun Safety and contributes millions to voter initiatives and anti-gun politicians and Couric’s treatment of the pro-gun community is beyond reproach, right?

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