Elizabeth Warren was the one who was tapped to clean up the mess by creating an agency to protect consumers — the CFPB.
This is Elizabeth Warren in 2004 on how banks were taking risks to make the biggest profits—warning of an oncoming crisis. Nobody listened. But she was the one who was tapped to clean up the mess by creating an agency to protect consumers — the CFPB.Sen. Elizabeth Warren Predicted the 2008 Financial Crisis in 2004
<div#Warren2020Warren is smart. She knows how to do the job. And she’s not afraid to tell the hard truths. She’s well aware that Washington does not regulate Wall St, Wall St regulates Washington. She was the go-to-expert on how people were having to go bankrupt because of corrupt banking practices. She taught it, she fought it and now the only candidate who truly understands it.
Season 2009 Episode 14 | 56m 7s
Long before the economic meltdown, one woman Elizabeth Warren tried to warn about the threat to the financial system…
Leta Hong Fincher
February 18 2020, 11:18 a.m.
I am one of the many women Mike Bloomberg’s company tried to silence through nondisclosure agreements. The funny thing is, I never even worked for Bloomberg.
But my story shows the lengths that the Bloomberg machine will go to in order to avoid offending Beijing. Bloomberg’s company, Bloomberg LP, is so dependent on the vast China market for its business that its lawyers threatened to devastate my family financially if I didn’t sign an NDA silencing me about how Bloomberg News killed a story critical of Chinese Communist Party leaders.