Soros puppet Elizabeth Warren positions herself as opposition to Goldman’s Steve Mnuchin ahead of US economic meltdown

Soros puppet Elizabeth Warren positions herself as opposition to Goldman’s Steve Mnuchin ahead of US economic meltdown

Feb 13 2017

George Soros’ puppet and Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren is positioning herself as the controlled opposition to Soros controlled Steve Mnuchin, correctly warning that Wall Street and the private Fed are poised “to blow up” the US economy again.

If and when Mnuchin does blow up the economy, create a devastating recession, foreclose on hundreds of thousands of homes, and leave the US tax payers to bail out speculators, then Warren can say to the voters “I told you this would happen.”

Mnuchin, who worked for the financial investment firm Goldman Sachs for 25 years, like fellow Goldman Sachs banker Steve Bannon, went into Hollywood , is expected to be confirmed tonight, Monday night.

Trump’s Treasury Sec Nominee to Let Wall Street ‘Blow Up’ US Economy – Warren © AFP 2016/ TIMOTHY A. CLARY
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21:54 10.02.2017

Steven Mnuchin, President Donald Trump’s nominee for Treasury Secretary, is not going to stand up against powerful Wall Street interests to protect the American people, US Senator Elizabeth Warren stated on Friday.

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — Trump announced he had picked Mnuchin to head the Treasury Department in November. Mnuchin had worked for the financial investment firm Goldman Sachs for 25 years.

“If Wall Street threatens to blow up the economy again does anyone seriously expect Mr. Mnuchin to get tough with his old buddies and tell them knock it off?” Warren said on the Senate floor.

On February 1, the US Senate Finance Committee suspended rules for a confirmation hearing and advanced the nomination of Mnuchin.

The final vote of the full Senate is expected to take place on Monday night.

Warren pointed out that Mnuchin has demonstrated no independence from Wall Street, and urged her colleagues to examine his record of allegedly profiting off the financial crisis by squeezing working families to the breaking point.