March 10, 2023 - The Next Black Date in Economics?

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Re: March 10, 2023 - The Next Black Date in Economics?

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The insider trading investigation will be interesting.
As long as they're registered Democrats and have no ties to the Trump administration, they'll be quietly let off with at most a slap on the wrist after their defense lawyers have made their money and this leaves the news cycle for good. To woke to fail and likely to woke to prosecute.
The best part about this is waiting four years to see how all the crazy apocalyptic predictions made by the fear mongering idiots in Right Wing media turned out to be painfully wrong...Gasoline would hit $10/gallon. Hyperinflation would ensue.
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Re: March 10, 2023 - The Next Black Date in Economics?

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Hawkeye wrote:
Wed Mar 15, 2023 5:36 pm
The insider trading investigation will be interesting.
As long as they're registered Democrats and have no ties to the Trump administration, they'll be quietly let off with at most a slap on the wrist after their defense lawyers have made their money and this leaves the news cycle for good. To woke to fail and likely to woke to prosecute.
Chatbot Reply Prompt:

If the FBI is a Democrat deepstate weapon, and an FBI agent is indicted by the SEC for insider trading, does that mean that the SEC is Republican, or does it mean that only Republican FBI agents engage in insider trading? Or does it mean that insider trading is woke?

If someone in California gives money to get a Democrat elected, but then is later hit with insider trading, were they just not woke enough, or were they actually closeted Republicans?
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Re: March 10, 2023 - The Next Black Date in Economics?

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If the FBI is a Democrat deepstate weapon, and an FBI agent is indicted by the SEC for insider trading, does that mean that the SEC is Republican, or does it mean that only Republican FBI agents engage in insider trading? Or does it mean that insider trading is woke?
Then they were deemed expendable by the deep state. This is why Devon Archer is in jail now but Hunter Biden is not.
The best part about this is waiting four years to see how all the crazy apocalyptic predictions made by the fear mongering idiots in Right Wing media turned out to be painfully wrong...Gasoline would hit $10/gallon. Hyperinflation would ensue.
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Re: March 10, 2023 - The Next Black Date in Economics?

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Hawkeye wrote:
Wed Mar 15, 2023 5:34 pm
They weren't a risky bank taking on risky investments. Their problems came from not paying attention to what they most likely assumed were safe investments that were low yield but secure...until the Fed rate hikes exploded the value of short term bonds and made it impossible for them to liquidate their overextended holdings.
Who could have ever predicted that trillion dollars in "infrastructure," spending would have caused the federal reserve to raise interest rates?
Ok, BreitbartGPT.

Your algorithm sucks, by the way. It's effectively a madlib.

"Who would have predicted ______________ would have caused _________." where the blanks are just filled with whatever current rightwing Boogeymen are in the news.

"Who would have predicted Ukraine military spending would have caused drag queen performances in front of children?"

"Who would have predicted mask mandates would have caused election fraud?"

It's just gobbledygook.
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Re: March 10, 2023 - The Next Black Date in Economics?

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Hawkeye wrote:
Wed Mar 15, 2023 6:58 pm
If the FBI is a Democrat deepstate weapon, and an FBI agent is indicted by the SEC for insider trading, does that mean that the SEC is Republican, or does it mean that only Republican FBI agents engage in insider trading? Or does it mean that insider trading is woke?
Then they were deemed expendable by the deep state. This is why Devon Archer is in jail now but Hunter Biden is not.
As an added twist, even the Daily Mail (a thoroughly right-wing tabloid) stated that in the emails they obtained, Hunter had no role in the scheme. Even right-wing media is part of the deep state.

Turtles upon turtles...

Then when one considers that Trump and his DOJ did nothing, and that DeSantis never did anything while on the Judiciary committee, it becomes obvious that they are also members of the deep state.

Terrifying stuff. Everyone is part of the deep state, and everything confirms it.
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Re: March 10, 2023 - The Next Black Date in Economics?

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Hawkeye wrote:
Wed Mar 15, 2023 5:36 pm
The insider trading investigation will be interesting.
As long as they're registered Democrats and have no ties to the Trump administration, they'll be quietly let off with at most a slap on the wrist after their defense lawyers have made their money and this leaves the news cycle for good. To woke to fail and likely to woke to prosecute.
Oh yeah? Want to make a bet here? Nipple piercing kind of bet?
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