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BARNEY FRANK, CHILD RAPIST-SEE FRANKLIN COVER-UP BY JOHN DECAMP, OPENLY ADVOCATES FOR MASS MURDER OF AMERICANS

Barney Frank Openly Pimps for Wall Street, and Recommends It!

Dec. 30 (EIRNS)—Former Congressman Barney Frank, whose thuggery behind the Dodd-Frank Act, when Glass-Steagall was a legislative potential in 2010, is now responsible for the fact that millions of people—bank depositors, their families, their former employers—will lose everything and go to an early death. Dodd-Frank’s Satanic “bail-in” provisions directed against depositors have already propelled some to suicide, and many more bail-ins are on the way.

The Dec. 4 issue of Fortune magazine features a hideous picture of Frank, who could pass for Mephistopheles himself, in an article titled “Barney Frank: Why Democrats Should Take Wall Street’s Money,” by Jen Wieczner.

Frank, who posed as a Wall Street foe when he chaired the U.S. House Banking Committee, argues that “accepting money from banks does not actually taint the government officials who regulate them—in fact, it might even make them better at their jobs.”

Frank joined the board of Signature Bank in June, and, in a Politico column, defended his and other politicians’ ”ties” to the financial sector—from contributions, to previous job positions, board member salaries, etc. Though politicians accept big contributions from banks, Frank said, “Insider experience in the banking industry makes regulators more knowledgeable about what needs to be changed…” since “knowing your target” is important (because “knowing your enemy” is too harsh a phrase).

“Democrats simply can’t afford to turn money away from the particularly cash-rich financial sector,” says Frank. “After all, an unusually large percentage of Barack Obama’s campaign contributions in 2008 came from the financial industry….” Anyway, by “demonizing” [was he describing his own photo?—ed.] finance industry contributions” and rejecting what’s offered, Democrats are just giving Republicans a bigger piece of banks’ campaign money pie, increasing their share from 80% to 95% or more.”

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