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Democrats' Immorality Threatens US Economy

Democrats' Immorality Threatens US Economy

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By    |   Monday, 01 August 2016 07:14 AM

Debbie Wasserman-Schultz allegedly rigged the Democrats’ primary election for long-time friend Hillary Rodham Clinton.

This stealing of the nomination was discovered when 20,000 previously unknown emails were released by Wikileaks during the convention.

Mrs. Wasserman-Schultz was quickly fired as Chairperson of the Democratic National Committee and was promptly hired by the Clinton Campaign.

Bernie Sanders’ supporters were shocked by the audacity and outrageous fraud perpetrated on them.

Bernie Sanders, for reason still unknown, immediately betrayed and abandoned his supporters and declared his loyalty and fealty to Mrs. Clinton.

Everybody in the Democratic Party leadership, its subservient media pundits, billionaire supporters, Hollywood entertainers, and delegates to the Democratic National Convention treated this rigging of an election as just another step in getting Mrs. Clinton one step closer to being President of the United States. Mrs. Clinton merely took bows for pulling it off.

They have no shame. Nothing embarrasses them. For them, a moral compass doesn’t exist.
All led by Mrs. Clinton seeking her elevation to the presidency of the United States.

A sense of Judeo-Christian morality is the unique central identifying characteristic of the United States. Those concepts in principle permeate the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.

Unlike other countries which evolved into existence, the United States was freely created according to an underlying moral philosophy.

These moral principles underlie our semblance of a free-market capitalist economy.
All the laws, rules, and regulations simply expand on the simple moral ideals of not lying, cheating, or stealing.

But what trust can investors place in the financial markets if they are rigged?
None.

Moral people find rigging the investment markets and elections abhorrent and intolerable.

If Mrs. Clinton is elected, would she see that the financial markets are fairly and honestly run?

One striking aspect of the Democratic National Convention that speaker after speaker gave Mrs. Clinton accolades for being an agent of change and gets things done---without citing one significant example.

Not one speaker, however, said that Mrs. Clinton was a person of integrity, character, honesty and is trustworthy.

And that explains why there is so much big money, billionaire money, supporting her election. They depend on continuing rigging the financial markets and stifling competition. It’s a matter of making more money and more status. Morality to these people is a character flaw.

If the American economy is to have any hope of recovery, investors must be convinced that they are being treated honestly and with impartiality.

These are moral based concepts which clearly the Democratic Party sorely lacks.

Denis Kleinfeld is known as a strategic tax and wealth protection lawyer, widely published author and creative teacher. To read more of his articles, CLICK HERE NOW.

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If the American economy is to have any hope of recovery, investors must be convinced that they are being treated honestly and with impartiality. These are moral based concepts which clearly the Democratic Party sorely lacks.
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