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Premiered May 11, 2021
The pandemic has left a lot of small businesses in the United States struggling to survive. Many neighborhood stores may close their doors for good.
All the big corporations were allowed to remain open during the pandemic while all the small businesses were forced to close.
This is called corporatism. The government chooses which businesses fail or stay open.
The economy never was shut down .The stock markets traded, the banks traded, the big retailers sold goods, it’s a grab before the crash, and they’ll do it all again.
Corporate takeover. Government dependence. Disaster. Ghost towns coming.
The whales pump and dump the economy, just like the great depression and the recession of 2008.
“In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way. ” -Franklin D. Roosevelt.
That was the plan all along. Bankrupt the middle class and small business to make room for the bigger ones like Amazon, Walmart, etc…
The pandemic is literally a cash grab for big businesses.
Politicians earning money from trust funds are rarely going to be very understanding towards those who are truly working for a living.
While most small businesses that have applied for the COVID relief have yet to see a penny of it while their businesses die on the vine.
By the time SBA PPP program wraps up, ONLY the big corporate monopolies will have received small business loans.
At least 90% of all American small businesses will be left high and dry. Their businesses closed, their workforce laid off, their properties foreclosed.
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