‘People’s Pundit’ brutally disabuses Biden myth about MAGA Republicans, Wall Street

Richard Baris, a.k.a. The People’s Pundit, is essentially saying “c’mon man” to President Biden’s Wall Street-related messaging misinformation that the liberal media has compliantly failed to fact-check.

And the respected pollster and data analyst has the receipts.

The Ivy League intern who runs Biden’s Twitter account in the president’s name claimed on Labor Day, “We understand something that MAGA Republicans in Congress don’t. Wall Street didn’t build this country. Working people did.”

Separately, in a Labor Day speech in Milwaukee, and repeated in a stop in Pittsburgh, Biden screamed that “we beat [Big] Pharma this year.”

According to author Sundance on the Conservative Treehouse, “It is somewhat of an odd outburst given the fact that his administration gave tens of billions to Big Pharma in the past 20 months, forced American workers to accept Big Pharma vaccines, and facilitated the biggest windfall profit for Big Pharma in history.”

Baris, who hosts “Inside the Numbers” on YouTube, and regularly debunks biased corporate media narratives, especially as they relate to election trends, pointed out that it’s the Democrats who have occupied Wall Street.

This is despite the establishment left’s political posturing about taxing the rich and related forms of shallow virtual signaling to pander to middle- and working-class voters that they no longer represent.

“Wall Street funded Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump 3 to 1. Wall Street funded Joe Biden 6 to 1 over Donald Trump. Consequently, nobody in the administration ‘beat’ Big Pharma. They are Big Pharma. It’s black and white. We need to agree on some demonstrably true facts here,” Baris explained to his nearly 200,000 Twitter followers.

As part of the thread, Baris criticized “partisan shills” in the liberal media for failing to check the Open Secrets website to verify where the campaign money is actually going, rather than accept assertions at face value.

Baris went on to observe that “Say what you want about Donald Trump, but he is not funded by Wall Street. Many of his own party still were in 2016 and that was a great source of problems for him and his movement. But Mitt Romney was the last GOP candidate for POTUS backed by Wall Street.”

About the huge gap in Wall Street political donations, Baris added that “Industry hedges their bets, but the disparity between Biden and Trump from both Wall Street and Big Pharma was historically massive. How any journalists could take themselves seriously allowing Joe Biden to make claims like that, I don’t know.”

Fox News host Tucker Carlson, among others, has also slammed former Delaware Senator Biden for backing credit companies over consumers.

In August 2020, then-White House trade advisor Peter Navarro “criticized Biden’s support for the 2005 Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA), which critics say made it much harder for Americans to get out of debt,” Fox Business reported at the time.

“Biden’s connection to credit card companies was a thorn in his side back in 2008, when he was being screened as a vice presidential candidate. Financial services company and credit card issuer MBNA was Biden’s largest contributor for two decades and hired Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, in the 1990s, ProPublica reported during the 2008 presidential race,” Fox Business added.

On September 6, the Biden administration announced that “This week, we begin a new phase in our COVID-19 response. We are launching a new vaccine – our first in almost two years – with a new approach. For most Americans, that means one COVID-19 shot, once a year, each fall…”

Wall Street, and especially the pharmaceutical industry, have apparently or arguably received a significant return on a political investment.

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Robert Jonathan is a staff writer for BizPac Review. He is a longtime writer/editor for news aggregation websites and has also developed content in the legal and financial publishing sectors as well as for online education. He earned a Juris Doctorate from the University of Connecticut School of Law, “a law school the basketball teams can be proud of.”

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