Continuing their game. That is the top priority of Wall Street mega money people.
Thomas Lifson at American Thinker says Politico gave away the game. Politico says the top priority on Wall Street is themselves. And people who differ with her politics would rather have Hillary Clinton than someone who would stir things up, like Senator Ted Cruz. Because their top priority is being able to manipulate markets and pile on more wealth.
If you ever wondered what the real political issue of the day is when it comes to presidential politics, an article in Politico gives you the answer. Wall Street Big Money wants a presidential candidate who will allow the financial games enabling hedge fund billionaires, investment banks, and other financial engineering specialists to continue their merry ways. This group dominates the top one percent of the top once percent of income earners – the people who have expanded their share of national income, while the rest of the one percent (and the rest of us) get to divvy up the rest.
Of course, the Politico story doesn’t say that outright, but you can read between the lines.
In other words the top 1% of the top 1%. Is Hillary opposed to income inequality? She says so. But she certainly is happy to have the support of their billions.
Follow Lifson’s link to the Politico story.