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Bill Holter’s Commentary

Truth bomb; she lied on her resume. Voters should demand she relinquish all back pay for fraudulent employment?

“People Just Can’t Know That.” MO Sen. Mccaskill Hides Agenda Including “Semi-Automatic Rifle Ban” From Moderate Voters, Staffers Reveal In Undercover Video It “Could Hurt Her Ability To Get Elected.”
October 15, 2018

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(St. Louis) Project Veritas Action Fund has released a third undercover video from campaigns during this 2018 election season. This report exposes how incumbent Senator McCaskill and individuals working on her campaign conceal their liberal views on issues in order to court moderate voters.

Said James O’Keefe, founder and president of Project Veritas Action:

“This undercover report shows just how broken our political system has become. Senator McCaskill hides her true views from voters because she knows they won’t like them.”

Senator McCaskill Talks Gun Bans on Tape

Senator McCaskill revealed her intention to vote on various gun control measures in undercover footage:

MCCASKILL: “Well if we elect enough Democrats we’ll get some gun safety stuff done. They won’t let us vote on it, we’ve got 60 votes for a number of measures that would help with gun safety, but McConnell won’t let ’em come to the floor.”

JOURNALIST: “Like bump stocks, ARs and high capacity mags…?”

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Bill Holter’s Commentary

Readers can add this to the recent subscriber article “China leads”?

S&P Reveals $5.8 Trillion In “Hidden” Chinese Debt With “Titanic Credit Risks”
October 16, 2018

When it comes to estimating China’s total outstanding debt, there has long been confusion about the real number with most putting the debt/GDP at around 250%, while the IIF last year calculated China’s debt load as high as 300% of GDP.

Now, China watchers can one add another ~40% of debt/GDP to the total because according to S&P, China’s local governments have accumulated 40 trillion yuan ($5.8 trillion) – or even more – in off-balance sheet debt, suggesting the already record surge in defaults is set to accelerate further.

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