it’s a big story and it’s also a storythat he can talk his way out of giveneven with the enormous losses butthere’s one thing buried in this storythat he gets to in part today in histweets reaction in the story and it’ssomething that will put a chill on allof his big rallies and it is this hepays no tax no tax so he’s gone aroundthe countrythat’s how partially he became presidentUnited States the system is rigged theelites are against you the East Coastyou know quite polloi blah blah blah hepays no taxes try that out when you’reat a big rally let’s bring in the
Right-wing commentator Herman Cain, who is reportedly being considered for a Federal Reserve seat, has spent years pushing scammy financial emails to his mailing list. Those sponsored emails touted a “weird trick” that supposedly “adds up to $1,000 a month to Social Security checks”; advice on “the best place to hide your money”; and financial trades that could “turn $1,000 into $1.6 million.”
.. After dropping his 2012 presidential bid, Cain profited off his email list of supporters by sending sponsored content. (Those emails contained the following disclaimer at the end: “The sender of this email may receive compensation for the advertising contained in this message. Any products or services offered by sponsors or advertisers have not been evaluated by Herman Cain and as such no warranty or claims are made.”)
.. Cain sent a sponsored email from Agora Financial suggesting that Americans could piggyback “onto ‘Canadian Social Security’” and collect “extra benefit checks between $400 and $4,700 every month.” CNBC criticized Agora Financial for the ad, stating: “There’s only one problem: that’s not the way it works, according to authorities.” Mother Jones’ Tim Murphy reported that “Agora and its subsidiaries have been accused of crossing the line between aggressive salesmanship and deception.”
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If you want more, check out this piece in the Miami New Times, by Brittany Shammas, who joins us on this week’s show.
Trump will just have been a joke presidency who scammed the American people, amused the populists for a while, but he’ll have no legacy whatsoever” if yields on the issue, columnist Ann Coulter told the Daily Caller in a podcast.
.. David Bossie: Attacks on Trump ignore all the things he’s accomplished.
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