New Undercover Video by James O’Keefe Dooms Corrupt DC Politicians: ‘You Can Buy a Senator for 10k’

A new undercover video released by the O’Keefe Media Group (OMG) shows a BlackRock recruiter bragging about how Wall Street is able to “buy politicians.”

The video shows BlackRock’s Serge Varlay also gloating about profiting from the war in Ukraine.

“They don’t wanna be in the news,” Varlay says in the video below.

“They don’t want people to talk about them, they don’t want to be anywhere on the radar.”

When asked why, Varlay said, “I suspect it’s easier to do things when people aren’t thinking about it.”

Varlay continued:  “Let me tell you, it’s not who the president is – it’s who controls the wallet of the president.”

“And who’s that?” the undercover reporter asked.

Varlay responded:

“The hedge funds, BlackRock, the banks; these guys run the world.

“Campaign financing.

“Yup, you can buy your candidates.

“First there’s the senators.

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“These guys are f*cking cheap.

“You got 10 grand?

“You can buy a senator.

“Ukraine is good for business, you know that right?

“We don’t want the conflict to end.

“We don’t want the conflict to end, as a country.

“The longer this goes on, the weaker Russia is.

“I’ll give you an example.

“Russia blows up Ukraine’s grain silos and the price of wheat is going to go mad up.

“So what are you gonna do if you’re a trading firm?

“The moment that news hits, within a millisecond, you’re gonna pump trades into whoever the wheat suppliers are.

“The Ukrainian economy is tied very largely to the wheat market, global wheat market.

“This is fantastic if you’re trading.

Volatility creates opportunity to make profit.

“War is really f*cking for business.”


READ MORE: Video Emerges of BlackRock CEO Gloating about Using ‘Woke’ Ideology to ‘Force Behaviors’ of Public

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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