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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Bernie Sanders Asks The Only Relevant Question About The Wells Fargo Scandal

While one can accuse Bernie Sanders of being a socialist, a sellout or, now that his presidential campaign is over, a "has been", he is the only politician who has so far asked the only relevant question in the ongoing Wells Fargo consumer fraud fiasco. The following:

We wonder if anyone will ask John Stumpf a similar question at tomorrow's Senate Banking Committee hearing, or if - mysteriously - all Senators had a meeting with Stumpf (or Bill Clinton) on some hot tarmac, where for 45 minutes they discussed nothing but "grandchildren and golf."

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

It amazes me the lengths to which congress when after well fargo and refuses to look at their own scandals, Clinton's scandals, Obama's scandals and more. what a joke.

Anonymous said...

right out of Atlas Shrugs!

Steve said...

Great question, Bernie! But, I think we all know the answer before it's asked. But please ask anyway; the blubbering sputtering and grabbing at straws is always entertaining, and usually produces enough new lies that cross their other lies they've already told!