Decrepit Remains Of Wilbur Ross: Get Out Of That Homeless Shelter And Go Get A Loan, Loser

Decrepit Remains Of Wilbur Ross: Get Out Of That Homeless Shelter And Go Get A Loan, Loser

We can't even get through a single morning (let alone a whole day) without someone from the Trump administration saying something so overtly tone deaf that it leaves America to ponder the highly disconcerting prospect that the President and his cabinet are purposefully trolling the public. One of the most frustrating things about this scenario for folks like myself - who pride themselves on being able to deliver biting satire - is that the soundbites are so egregious that they leave little room
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11 thoughts on “Decrepit Remains Of Wilbur Ross: Get Out Of That Homeless Shelter And Go Get A Loan, Loser

  1. What astonishes me most, even beyond his totally deranged comments regarding government-backed payday loans is the fact that this guy is openly admitting that a trade deal with China is miles away and nobody seems to care.
    I mean, equity markets rallied some 10+ % off of the Mnuchin-inspired lows on Christmas on fabricated „news“ about trade progress (granted, other factors were also at play).
    But now here is finally someone making some honest statements about the actual prospects of a trade agreement and the market goes „meh“.
    I know it‘s hard, given his recent track record, but maybe people should take him seriously in this regard.
    He is after all Secretary of Commerce.

  2. He may be the Secretary of Commerce, but you may recall he was totally conflicted when the Steel (and Aluminum) tariffs were imposed. He probably shorted the market before making those ‘forthright’ comments in contrast to Trump’s and the Treasury Secretary’s ‘fabrications’ about ‘progress’ in the U.S. – China trade war (that’s what it is).

  3. NPR replayed good ole Wilbur’s comments. It is inconceivable to me that man is so befuddled over why these people are going to food banks and not taking out loans. Let’s take away all of his money and I’m sure he’ll figure it out quick. Common sense tells me that it is easier to go to the food bank than fill out a loan application that may require I need to have my income verified to be approved. That’s a tall order considering their employer is closed for business.

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