Jon Stewart on $7 Trillion in Secret Loans to Wall Street Banks During Financial Crisis

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Friday, December 9th, 2011 at 9:07 PM
Jon Stewart on $7 Trillion in Secret Loans to Wall Street Banks During Financial Crisis by Jay Stevens
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So in that cover piece I wrote on Occupy Erie and the Occupy movement, I mentioned that the government loaned trillions in zero-interest loans to Wall Street banks during the financial crisis -- which they turned around and loaned back the government at standard interest rates, profiting for over $10 billion on the deal -- well, Jon Stewart explains how it worked.

It's the first 8 minutes. Go watch.

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