Friday, July 29, 2016

#Hillary Listens To Wall Street While Lip-Servicing The Public

The majority, yet to recognize that Hillary represents the money rather than the people, could learn this lesson the hard way during a crisis. WikiLeaks release of the DNC emails and Comey's statement about Hillary are influence the public's perception of her.

The Clinton's 'donations' from Wall Street are well known. Donations which lead to legislation that reversed Glass Steagall and made student loans non-dischargeable during bankruptcy and death.  How she's successfully positioned as the candidate of the youth is unimaginable.  Hedge funds that cannot time the market are pouring money into Hillary's campaign to make sure nothing disrupts their gravy train of influence.  They clearly believe Trump will end it.

Headline: Hedge-Fund Money: $48.5 Million for Hillary Clinton, $19,000 for Donald Trump

Hedge funds are playing a far bigger role in 2016 than in past elections—and Hillary Clinton has been the single biggest beneficiary.

Owners and employees of hedge funds have made $122.7 million in campaign contributions this election cycle, according to the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics—more than twice what they gave in the entire 2012 cycle and nearly 14% of total money donated from all sources so far.



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