Sunday, February 28, 2016

ZH — "Trump Must Be Stopped" Plead 'The Economist' And CFR As Financial Establishment Panics

…when such stalwart titans of financial establishmentarianism as the Council of Foreign Relations and "The Economist", who until now had been largely ignoring Trump's ascent in the political hierarchy finally unleash an all out assault and go after Trump on the very same day, you know that the flamboyant, hyperbolic billionaire has finally gotten on the nerves of some very high net worth individuals.…
Zero Hedge
"Trump Must Be Stopped" Plead 'The Economist' And CFR As Financial Establishment Panics
Tyler Durden

8 comments:

MRW said...

Hahahahahahahahahahaha,

Tom Hickey said...

Their sense of entitlement is being violated. Poor dears.

Seve141 said...

It seems to me that this might be better than a public endorsement for Trump.

Malmo's Ghost said...

My liberal friends ( which are basically everyone I know) are in total agreement with The Economist and CFR. Grrrr....

David Korley said...

Trumps fans may gather around him if he is hassled, much the same way that has been done at his rallies. Encircling a heckler and shouting "Trump, Trump, Trump!" Until security removes the heckler. If working class get wind of moves against him they will vote in droves a la SC and Nevada.

The Rombach Report said...

Obama administration policies have spawned widespread discontent among working and middle class segments as their incomes stagnate, while wealth aggregates with the 1%. This has fueled the rise of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, supporters of which are both anti-establishment and very angry.

Neil Wilson said...

"My liberal friends ( which are basically everyone I know) are in total agreement with The Economist and CFR"

That's a general problem rather than just Trump...

Matt Franko said...

Alex Jones review wrt current Trump situation:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjKFLPgBrh8