Cossio Cortes, Cossio Cortez, Atlantic discussed on The Glenn Beck Show
Kanus dot com. Welcome to the program. I wanna I wanna play a couple of pieces from Cossio Cortes here. She is on capitalism. Listen to this capitalism. Isn't to me is it's an ideology of capital. It means that we seek and prioritize prophet and the accumulation of money above all else, and we seek it at any human and environmental cost and to me that ideology is not sustainable and cannot be redeemed. Okay. So there she is. It's very very clear yesterday. The guy who joined Bernie Sanders as his chief advisor and speechwriter is a guy who used to write for the Atlantic. And we're going to go into this a little bit later, but he used to write for the Atlantic and one of the articles. He wrote was the new socialist utopia of go shabas. And how great this this. The Hugo Chavez, socialism really was. So those are the people that you have coming at you. They're not looking at, you know, eating around the sides and changing this a little bit. It's a fundamental transformation. And what's frightening is if you listen to what a Cossio Cortez said in a hearing, and we'll get into this later. She said in a Senate hearing, recently, she was asking Wells Fargo. You know, why shouldn't you be held responsible for, you know, an oil spill because, you know, you'll ride alone to Exxon or to these pipeline companies like with we. We didn't design it we we don't run it. We loan the money. But shouldn't we hold you responsible as well? So you think better the second time.