Say what you want about Elizabeth Warren’s hostility towards Wall Street and proposed Wealth Tax on the ultra-wealthy in America. Her message is working.
Had it not been for her fantasy Medicare-for-all idea, the Presidential Candidate would likely find herself currently at or near the top of most polls. Still, though, her anti-Fat Cats attacks have gathered critical headlines and will help build momentum leading into the Iowa caucuses on February 3rd.
It’s clear the Senator has ruffled some feathers. Wall Street luminaries Lloyd Blankfein, Jamie Dimon and Billionaire Leon Cooperman have made their displeasure about Warren’s tax-heavy thoughts on public airwaves, which have sometimes reached feverish emotional moments that included tears.
You want to get white blue-collar voters (i.e., President Trump’s base) to back your plans, just bring a billionaire to his knees so the world can see his pain. Regardless of the jobs picture in America, it’s hardly resulting in the 21st century gilded age so many were promised in 2016. And this, ladies and gentlemen, is the secret sauce to Warren’s campaign playbook.
Simply regurgitate Ronald’s Reagan famous line: “Are you better off than you were four years ago.”
The stock market seems to reach higher highs every day with a new record, thus resulting in the number of 401k millionaires to reach its own all-time high. As wonderful as this is, it doesn’t paint the entire ...
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