JPMorgan Chase & Utah Sen Mike Lee’s Short Sale: It’s Hypocritical – But Is It Corrupt?

“Let’s see: A troubled bank gives a sitting member of the United States Senate an advantageous deal worth hundreds of thousands of dollars? You’d think a story like that would get a little more attention than it has so far.”

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JPMorgan Chase & the Senator’s Short Sale: It’s Hypocritical – But Is It Corrupt?

There’s a lot we have yet to learn about the story of Sen. Mike Lee, Tea Party Republican of Utah, and America’s largest bank. But we already know something’s very, very wrong:

Why is it that most Americans can’t get a principal reduction from Chase or any other bank, but JPMorgan Chase was so very flexible with a sitting member of the United States Senate?

The hypocrisy from Sen. Lee and JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon overfloweth. But does the Case of the Senator’s Short Sale rise to the level of full-blown corruption? We won’t know until we get some answers.

People should be demanding those answers now.

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2 Responses to “JPMorgan Chase & Utah Sen Mike Lee’s Short Sale: It’s Hypocritical – But Is It Corrupt?”
  1. Kathleen Burt says:

    Randy “Duke” Cunningham, (R) Del Mar, Ca, is currently serving a term in prison on a very similar matter, this one should be referred to a prosecutor too!

  2. laura says:

    Please bang the drum loudly on this one. Not only did he get 100’s of thousands of dollars, he was forgiven his IRS tax burden on forgiven debt, which amount to 10’s of thousands.

    Why not foreclose on him like so many others? Few get this kind of debt forgiven. YES rhis is corruption. and VILE hypocracy!

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