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Join us Thursday April 13, 2021 At 7:00 CST

5:00 PST….6:00 MST…7:00 EST…8:00 EST

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Hosted by Marti Oakley

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Whistleblowers is brought to you in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Annual Whistleblowers Summit.

Our guest tonight is Carrie Devorah.  Carrie is a recognized whistleblower.  Carrie was recently confirmed as a successful whistleblower by the SEC on, what I expect is the first, of more confirmations to come.

“I did the TIP Whistleblower pursuit on my own. I was not represented by Counsel. This is unheard of, moreso since I am the Financial Crime victim.”

August 2010 the SEC asked me to be their whistleblower on JP Morgan, Western and Dawn Bennett. Ten years later one only sits in Jail- Ponzi scammer Dawn J Bennett https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4840938/Radio-host-ran-Ponzi-scheme-tried-cast-spell-SEC.html
But I reported JP Morgan, Western in this matter, too…..(end quote)
Whistleblowers have come out of every federal agency and corporations yet not one of the perpetrators ever sees a day in jail.

Fed Has 10-Year Plan to Save Banks, But No Plan to Save Americans Devastated By Fallout, Admits Powell

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Is the Fed’s latest money funnel to unnamed trading houses on Wall Street part of the plan?

By Pam Martens and Russ Martens of Wall Street on Parade.

During his testimony to the Senate Banking Committee yesterday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell let it slip out, for the first time, that the Federal Reserve has had a 10-year game plan to deal with the financial crisis. In response to a question on cyber threats from Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska, Powell stated the following:

“They kind of pay us to be awake at night worrying about things. I would say that if you look at what happened in the financial crisis, we had a game plan there. We implemented it over the course of 10 years. I won’t say that it’s perfect or anything like that, but we have a plan that is meant to address those kinds of things.”

“Those kinds of things?” The financial crisis, fueled by corruption and lax regulation of Wall Street banks, destroyed the housing market in the U.S. and left the U.S. economy in tatters. Millions of Americans lost their jobs and their homes to foreclosure. The New York Fed was the supervisor of key Wall Street banks that caused this problem – shouldn’t it have had a 10-year game plan to prevent “Those kinds of things” instead of creating the game plan after the damage had been done?

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