Unctuous About Elizabeth Warren, Redux.
In Elizabeth Warren news this past week, the Massachusetts Senator and member of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs opens up some new orifices on yet another duo—this time from the Federal Reserve Bank and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (in other words, a couple more federal money agency guys).
In just over 240 seconds, Senator Warren undresses yet another government agency bank-protecting cover-up, and the results aren’t pretty.
The subject, in this case, is illegal foreclosures instituted by big banks against individual residences. The object, as always, is the sacrifice of the American public at the individual level to the deities of the American banking industry and the government’s protection of the former at the latter’s expense. Warren adeptly and eloquently corners the Fed’s representative on the subject of protecting the perpetrators of illegal foreclosures (the big banks) from being outed to their victims (individual citizens whose homes have been foreclosed on illegally).
If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of seeing Elizabeth Warren doing what she does best, I commend her work to your attention.
With Senator Warren on the case, there remains just one final word of advice to our governmental banking regulators: if you find yourself one day sitting before this woman wearing her signature red suit jacket, with your name on a plaque in front of your microphone, ask not for whom the bell tolls. It tolls for thee. And in just about four minutes’ time, we’re all gonna hear it.
Sarah Rosenberg runs with scissors, eats with her fingers, and encourages her dogs to kiss her on the mouth. She lives and breathes as the grateful shepherd of her nearly-nine-year-old daughter, whose old soul belies her young bodily incarnation. Sarah’s writing creates fissures in her seemingly hard surface, allowing slivers of brilliant light to shine out from within. She is a sheep in wolf’s clothing.
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Ed: Brianna Bemel