Fox Portrays Putting Mulvaney In Charge Of Consumer Protection Agency He Wants To Destroy As 'Draining The Swamp'
It's upside-down land once again over on state -run television.
Fox & Friends co-hosts Pete Hegseth, Lisa Boothe and Griff Jenkins portray putting the fox in charge of the hen house as "draining the swamp."
“Struggling homeowners paid a heavy price, including losing the opportunity to save their homes, as a result of Flagstar’s illegal actions,” said CFPB director Richard Cordray.
Richard Cordray and the Consumer Financial Protection Agency are taking action that could help lessen the mortgage crisis facing American homeowners. The agency is considering a series of moves that would reform the mortgage servicing industry.
Thanks to the hard work done by Elizabeth Warren against strong opposition and overwhelming odds, and with the support of the Obama administration, consumers should soon have someone on their side when they're fighting consumer finance
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) The press is supposed to confront and challenge politicians, to fact check, to provide a service to their viewership to be informed. Which is why I'm less upset at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell publicly
Citigroup's Executive Vice President Candi Wolff has developed an interest in the future of our democracy, now that Richard Cordray has been appointed director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
It appears Republican's obstruction and their obvious interest in only looking out for the wealthiest in America has gotten so blatant that even Fox's Chris Wallace is calling them out on it. Here he is on Fox News Sunday giving RNC Chairman Reince
Congratulations, Mr. President. This week you followed your increasingly populist rhetoric with some decisive action on behalf of the middle class. Republicans have been waging a sabotage campaign against the lawful functions of government.
Comedy Central's Jon Stewart slammed Republicans for their feigned outrage over the recess appointment of Richard Cordray to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. If President Obama was going to take up a legal challenge as to whether the
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