Corporate greed is has reached astronomical levels. They make the robber barons of the 19th century look like humanitarians. They are literally plundering the country. And they do it with the help and blessing of the two party system:
The coronavirus plunged the world into an economic crisis, sent the U.S. unemployment rate skyrocketing and left millions of Americans struggling to make ends meet. Yet at many of the companies hit hardest by the pandemic, the executives in charge were showered with riches.
There needs to be a Congressional hearings/investigation. Was this part of a plan by the Trump administration to take over power militarily and create a dictatorship? That isn't too far fetched given what happened on January 6th.
In March of last year, California National Guard members awaited orders from Sacramento headquarters to make preparations for any civil unrest that might arise from the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Source: LA Times
Derek Chauvin almost killed a black man in 2017. He was not prosecuted for those brutal acts. That made it possible for this psychopath to kill George Floyd in 2020:
The Department of Justice is reportedly considering charging Derek Chauvin in a 2017 incident involving a Black teenager that came to light while prosecutors were preparing the George Floyd murder case against the former Minneapolis cop.
Even out of office Trump is working on behalf of Russia. Throughout his presidency the former reality show host repeatedly tried to weaken the NATO alliance. He then went to North Korea and said he and Kim Jong Un fell in love. Putin would love to weaken our support for South Korea. And Trump has been working to do just that.
Former president Donald Trump on Friday accused his South Korean counterpart of ripping off the United States, while continuing to highlight his supposed friendship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
source: Raw Story
If none of the architects of the insurrection are going to be brought to justice at least have hearings to investigate what happened. There are still plenty of unanswered questions.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) renewed her call for a congressional commission to investigate the January 6 Capitol insurrection in a “Dear Colleague” letter sent to her Democratic House colleagues Friday.
It didn't take long before Joe Biden started breaking his campaign promises.