Biden's Socialist Policies: CFPB Proposals Threaten Middle Class

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Posted 11 days ago

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a rogue agency created by socialist Elizabeth Warren, is proposing new rules that could significantly increase the cost of regular banking for Americans. Marianne Lake, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, has warned that these rules could force banks to charge customers for services that are currently free, such as checking accounts.

The CFPB is considering an $8 cap on late credit card payments and a $3 cap for overdraft fees. Lake believes that America's leading banks will follow Chase in passing on the costs to customers if these rules become law. The agency is also considering a limit on debit card fees and the amount banks can charge companies like Venmo and CashApp to access and use customer data.

These proposed rules are just the latest example of the Biden administration's socialist policies that aim to redistribute wealth and put the government's nose into everyone's business. The CFPB was created by Warren to harm the free market and pass the costs from productive people to freebies for those who are unproductive. This government's policies are killing the middle class, which is what Socialist Democrats want.

The Biden administration's policies are not only hurting Americans financially, but they are also causing concern among our European allies. Diplomats and world leaders preparing for next week’s NATO summit are privately expressing acute concern about President Joe Biden’s age, health, and ability to win the 2024 presidential election.

These foreign officials largely favor Biden’s reelection and fear that Donald Trump’s return to office would damage the NATO alliance and cripple the war effort in Ukraine. However, they have reacted to Biden’s recent debate performance with dismay and fear that Biden may be too frail to defeat Trump and lead a global superpower.

The NATO summit schedule is expected to be grueling, with Biden required to deliver a high-profile speech, shake hands with leaders of the other 31 member states, lead a three-hour meeting of the North Atlantic Council, host a dinner of world leaders deep into the night, and attend and lead a marathon session of meetings on topics ranging from the war in Ukraine to boosting NATO’s deterrence capabilities.

It remains to be seen whether Biden will be able to make it through this schedule without stumbling or losing his train of thought mid-sentence. His recent debate performance and interview with George Stephanopoulos have raised concerns about his ability to lead the country and represent the United States on the world stage.

In conclusion, the Biden administration's socialist policies are hurting Americans financially, and their concerns about Biden's health and ability to lead are causing concern among our European allies. It is time for the Biden administration to reconsider their policies and prioritize the well-being of the American people.


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