BlackRock Exposed: Buying Politicians & Profiting from War!

The liberal elites and big business fat cats have once again been exposed by the fearless James O’Keefe and his O’Keefe Media Group (OMG). In a stunning undercover video, a recruiter for investment giant BlackRock was caught boasting about how they “run the world” and bragging about their ability to purchase politicians for a mere $10,000.

The recruiter, Serge Varlay, even went as far as to celebrate war in Ukraine, claiming it’s “good for business” because it creates market volatility that BlackRock can profit from. This is the same investment company that forces companies to comply with its radical Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) policies, which allows them to foist their extreme social views upon an unwilling America. Would companies like Anheuser-Busch have partnered with transgender social media personality Dylan Mulvaney if not for pressure from companies like BlackRock?

It’s not surprising that BlackRock pressurizes the media to take sides on a story because they want controversy. It’s no secret that the liberal media is in bed with these financial institutions, and it’s the American people who suffer. This is why we need more conservative voices to shine a light on these injustices.

As usual, BlackRock declined to comment on the video, but let us not forget that they have immense power and the ability to shape much of our world. The left would have us believe that they are the saviors of our planet, but the truth is they are just in it for the money and power. We must stand up to these elites and fight against their attempts to impose their social views on the American people. Thank goodness for people like James O’Keefe, who are willing to expose the truth and hold these institutions accountable.

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