Censored: BlackRock Employee Says “You Got 10K? You Can Buy a Senator”

Serge Varlay, OMG
O’Keefe Media Group (OMG) is behind the latest hidden camera sting that recorded Serge Varlay, a recruiter for Blackrock that has $9.5 trillion of assets under management, saying that banks and hedge funds like BlackRock, “run the world” and can buy politicians like senators and even the president of the United States. Varlay, on the topic of the Russia-Ukraine war, said that “we don’t want the conflict to end” because the war helps BlackRock, which is currently investing in Ukraine, make money. He gave an example of destroying grain silos in Ukraine that would cause shortages and a profit can be made by investing in other wheat suppliers. He said that “it’s exciting when shit goes wrong. Right?” Varlay admitted that the mainstream news is propaganda and that pundits like Jim Cramer give false information that should be ignored. He recommended a stock tracker that follows politicians and to follow their trades.

The video, released on Twitter, has been seen nearly 10 million times and has received over 100,000 likes. But despite its popularity, search engines like Google appear to be suppressing its reach. According to Yahoo Finance, BlackRock is the second-largest institutional shareholder of Google (Alphabet Inc.), owning nearly 366,000,000 shares valued at $44.5 billion.




Just the News:     https://justthenews.com/accountability/james-okeefe-responds-after-blackrock-bombshell-seemingly-suppressed-google

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Ragnar D.
Ragnar D.
11 months ago

The U.S. Senate has been regarded as “the greatest deliberative body in the world.” Oh, and by the way: multi-trillion dollar businesses like Blackrock can buy a U.S. Senator for a paltry $10,000 bribe, er, uh, donation.

Boomer Lady
Boomer Lady
11 months ago

Ten thousand seems like a reasonable amount for Republicans to pay for a Rino to vote with the Conservatives.