SCOTUS Sees Another Good Thing to Destroy
The Supreme Court will hear a case that could basically decimate the CFPB, whose mission is “dedicated to making sure you are treated fairly by banks, lenders and other financial institutions."
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Three judges appointed by Donald Trump have kicked up to the Trump Supreme Court the matter of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. They’re against it, you see. Consumer protection, that is.
Hacktivist Court Greedily Eying Up Something Else Good It Can Destroy
The Supreme Court will hear a case that could basically decimate the CFPB, whose mission is “ agency dedicated to making sure you are treated fairly by banks, lenders and other financial institutions.”
Even the New York Times, bastion of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, warned a ruling against the bureau, “could cast doubt on every regulation and enforcement action it took in the dozen years of its existence.”
Or maybe they’re happy about that.
The radicals identifying as “conservatives” have become experts at finding…
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