Peak Desperation – Clinton Campaign Deploys Strategist for Wall Street Mega Banks to Attack Bernie Sanders

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Hillary Clinton’s campaign is absolutely imploding right now. When people get desperate, they do desperate things, and the latest move by the Clinton campaign reeks of putrid, panicked desperation.

What I am referring to are recent accusations that Bernie Sanders has “gone negative” by releasing the following television ad. Let’s take a watch…

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4 comments on “Peak Desperation – Clinton Campaign Deploys Strategist for Wall Street Mega Banks to Attack Bernie Sanders
  1. Flopot says:

    What’s your point, Michael?

  2. mike says:

    To be fair, it is also well known in political circles that Cruz’s wife, Heidi, is an investment banker and a longtime employee of Goldman Sachs 😉

  3. Bev says:
    Bernie Sanders
    On the Issues

    The American people must make a fundamental decision. Do we continue the 40-year decline of our middle class and the growing gap between the very rich and everyone else, or do we fight for a progressive economic agenda that creates jobs, raises wages, protects the environment and provides health care for all? Are we prepared to take on the enormous economic and political power of the billionaire class, or do we continue to slide into economic and political oligarchy? These are the most important questions of our time, and how we answer them will determine the future of our country.

    Income and Wealth Inequality
    It’s Time to Make College Tuition Free and Debt Free
    Getting Big Money Out of Politics and Restoring Democracy
    Creating Decent Paying Jobs
    A Living Wage
    Combating Climate Change to Save the Planet
    A Fair and Humane Immigration Policy
    Racial Justice
    Fighting for Women’s Rights
    Fighting for LGBT Equality
    Caring for Our Veterans
    Fighting for Disability Rights
    Strengthen and Expand Social Security
    Fighting to Lower Prescription Drug Prices
    Improving the Rural Economy
    Reforming Wall Street
    Real Family Values
    War and Peace
    War Should Be the Last Option: Why I Support the Iran Deal
    Real Tax Reform Policies that Sen. Sanders Has Proposed
    How Bernie pays for his proposals

    Key Segments of Bernie Sanders’ Speech on Wall Street Reform Disappear

    By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: January 6, 2016
    Presidential Candidate, Senator Bernie Sanders, Delivers a Major Policy Speech on Reforming Wall Street on January 5, 2016

    Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont gave a speech yesterday that is destined to go down in the history books of this era, further enshrining him as one of the most courageous voices of our time. Sanders promised to break up the serially criminally-inclined banks on Wall Street and reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act to drive a permanent stake through the heart of too-big-to-fail. But if you watched either his official campaign’s YouTube video of his speech or the one provided by volunteers for his campaign, three key passages of what he said have gone missing from the video. We were able to reconstruct the full speech as delivered by transcribing the three missing sections from a YouTube video posted by the PBS Newshour which, notably, had no gaps in its video. (Watch the PBS video of the speech at the end of this article.)

    Perhaps it’s simply attributable to a glitch. On the other hand, if you are familiar with the dirty tricks used by the American Liberty League to undermine proposed reforms by Franklin Delano Roosevelt in a similar era of unprecedented corruption and one percent control, or conversant with how the Kochtopus is attempting to rewrite The Big Short movie, you might well harbor suspicions of skulduggery.
    Transcript of Senator Bernie Sanders’ speech on reforming Wall Street, as delivered, at Town Hall, 123 West 43rd Street, New York City on January 5, 2016, 2 p.m.

    Hollywood and Bernie Sanders Take Over Reforming Wall Street

    By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: January 14, 2016

    As Presidential candidate and Senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders, stumps around the country telling tens of thousands of plundered Americans that Wall Street’s business model is fraud, Hollywood is amplifying that message to millions of moviegoers this year with a series of films that roll back the curtain on how Wall Street has morphed into a crime syndicate.

  4. Flopot says:

    “Recent estimates by the American Society of Civil Engineers put America’s national infrastructure deficit in excess of $3.6 trillions required for building or replacing antiquated water systems, electricity power lines, highways, rail lines, sewer systems. That includes more than 10% of all bridges defective, one third of national highways, airports and runways. In this situation, it would be interesting to see the voter reaction were Donald Trump or any US Presidential candidate to have the courage or sanity to suggest a shift in national economic priorities away from making wars with Russia, China, Syria and turning those over-budget Pentagon “swords” into plowshares. We should have done it in 1990 when the Soviet Union ceased to exist as an adversary.”

    So has Bernie made such a promise, “have the courage or sanity to suggest a shift in national economic priorities away from making wars”?

    And would you believe him anyway?

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