(She showed that she’s a fraud on these issues the moment she ran to uncle sub-prime banker Deval for help in 2012. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno)
“Let’s just be real clear – the game is rigged and it’s rigged in favor of those who have money and who have power”
Elizabeth Warren is a champion of the middle class. She has devoted her political career to defending the powerless against the Wall Street elites who have rigged the economy in their favor. Elizabeth Warren is leading the charge to level the playing field.
Okay, let’s be serious here.
Regardless of what the media says, Elizabeth Warren could care less about the middle class. She is not Wall Street’s worst nightmare; often times she’s their best friend. When railing against Wall Street achieves her goal of dramatically increasing the size of government, she’ll jump on that bandwagon. The other 99.9% of the time – when Wall Street benefits from big government – there is no bigger corporatist than Liz Warren.
That’s why it’s interesting to hear that Liz thinks that Sen. Rand Paul’s Audit the Fed bill is a “dangerous” idea. You might think that a populist warrior would want the activities of the Fed – the bank of all banks – to be made public and given greater transparency. Wouldn’t it make sense for the “champion of the people” to be upset about the Fed eating away at the savings of middle-class America?
Nope. Because middle-class America doesn’t really factor into her ideology. It’s just a helpful disguise for her much larger political goals.
Be sure to sign the Audit the Fed petition and tell Congress to bring sunlight to this shadowy institution: