Can Hillary Clinton challenge the "arrogant and predatory economic elites" who continue to rule America after the 2008 market collapse? According to Charles Ferguson - Oscar-winning director of "Inside Job" - the answer is a resounding No.______________________________________
Why can't Hillary challenge the status quo? According to Ferguson it's because she's bought into a corrupt system that the insiders and supposed market experts can't acknowledge is corrupt because their livlihoods depend on perpetuating the system.
Below we see what this means in real time when Charles Ferguson slowly turns the screws on Columbia University economist Frederic S. Mishkin during a 2 minute interview. In the process Ferguson exposes how intellectually bankrupt players like Mishkin are, with Mishkin effectively falling from royal knight in the system to clueless pawn.
During the interview we learn that Professor Mishkin was a paid economic cheerleader. He dutifully spoon fed Market Mania Cheerios to establishment elites before the 2008 market meltdown. It gets really good when the Dean of Columbia University's Business School (unwittingly) throws Mishkin, his colleague, under the bus for not revealing he was paid for "academic work" that kept the crony capitalists going.
Below we have Ferguson explaining why Hillary Clinton won't be able to challenge the crony capitalists who run the American economy ...