As JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon testifies before the Senate Banking Committee, ZeroHedge has noted that most of the questions will likely be soft on the chief because many of the panel’s members are beneficiaries of generous political donations from JPM.
In fact, many of the questions seemed to set Mr. Dimon up perfectly to expound on the banking institution’s view on the Dodd-Frank legislation. God forbid that position limits and the definition of proper ‘hedging’ should ever interfere with the bank’s ability to gamble with the people’s money, assured that losses are covered by the taxpayers, while gains are reaped only by banking insiders. Lauren Lyster of RT’s Capital Account gives a good behind-the-scenes account of today’s Senate Banking Committee interaction with the JP Morgan chief.
This is only today’s example of Crony Capitalism at work and it seems like every day it’s even more in-your-face than it was the day before. To see just how corrupt JP Morgan is thought to be, the RT Keiser Report is given below for review. As we get closer to the end game, when investors lose their wealth through less-than-honest financial firms, time is running out. Please see our Protect Your Assets series to learn how you can protect your hard-earned wealth.