Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Hillary Promises To Crack Down On Wall Street – Wink, Wink!

The presidential candidate who has received more money from Wall Street than any other has promised to get tougher with Wall Street.

(Cue laugh track.)

In her first major economic speech since announcing she was running for President, Hillary Clinton vowed she would provide more oversight of the exact same companies that have given her millions of dollars in campaign contributions over the last 15 years.

Hillary’s top contributors are Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and MetLife, the same big-money Wall Street companies she routinely attacks on the campaign trail.

Despite the tough talk, Clinton and her husband, Bill Clinton, have deep ties with Wall Street. Both have been paid handsomely for speeches by major financial and investment institutions in recent years, including Goldman Sachs and the Carlyle Group.

Hillary Clinton, who represented Wall Street as part of her constituency when she was a U.S. senator for New York, has long looked to people in the financial industry for large campaign donations.

Some of her talking points: forcing big corporations to share their profits with employees and – of course –raising capital gains taxes.

Behind the scenes, she’s meeting with these same bank CEOs and hedge fund managers, telling them not to worry …. it’s all just campaign blather.