If the question in the headline doesn’t make sense to you, then first read the citizens intelligence report we gave you about Vanguard. We also did an audio for you as well. Then read some of the recent articles connecting Sessions with Vanguard’s private prisons. You decide who Sessions really works for – Vanguard and the criminal cabal or We the People.
Vanguard and companies are modern day PIRATES. Whether you are invested in Vanguard funds, or not, you would be a whole lot smarter if you listened to Betsy and Thomas describe how the banksters, main stream media, patent office, corruptocrats, and hedge funds all work together to screw you – the average hardworking citizen. Totally based.
Now that you know about Vanguard and Bill McNabb, then a headline and excerpt like the one below might help you see just who Jeff Sessions might be beholden to….and it doesn’t look like We the People.
“As Attorney General Sessions fills these private prisons, he is making money. According to his latest financial disclosures required by congress, dated December 23, 2016, he divested of other investments that were found to be in conflict. In these disclosures, he also lists numerous Vanguard funds. Vanguard owns more private prison stock than any other investment management company. None of the Vanguard funds listed below were included in the divestiture.”
“The latest data of Vanguard funds’ portfolio information is dated February 28, 2017. The following are a list of funds owned by Jeff Sessions that was from Vanguard’s website:
- Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Admiral Shares – consists of both GEO Group and CoreCivic, Inc. stocks worth over $164,000,000. Sessions investment value is from $15,001 – $50,000.
- Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Admiral Shares – same fund as above, but Sessions lists investment value between $1,001 – $15,000.
- Vanguard Small-Cap Index Fund Admiral Shares – consisits of stocks from The GEO Group and CoreCivic, Inc. valued at over $173,500,000. Sessions shows investments valued from $15,000 – $50,000.
- Vanguard Total International Stock Index Admiral Shares – contains GEO Holdings Corporation stock valued at over $4,400,000. Sessions owns $1,001 – $15,000 of this fund.
If he still owns these funds, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is making policy that he will financially profit from. This blatant lack of morals and ethics shows once again how Sessions is not fit to be the U.S. Attorney General.”
Jeff Sessions Rescinds Legal Doc That Ended Debtors’ Prisons Giving Vanguard Private Prisons More Profit
“Ultimately, the only ones who benefit from debtors’ prisons are the prisons themselves, and the people who suffer are the ones who find themselves facing jail time on top of the inflated fees and fines they already cannot afford to pay.”
Snopes, the so-called fact checking website, says the popular meme below is totally bogus. Does Jeff Sessions Have Investments in the Private Prison Industry? Knowing what we do about Snopes and what we have learned about Vanguard, we have to wonder why Snopes is giving Sessions cover like this?
We will let Session’s actions (or non-actions) speak for who he is. Just How Does Jeff Sessions Benefit From Private Prisons?
We will happily eat crow if it turns out that he is a White Hat getting ready, along with his IG Michael Horowitz, to bust the D.C. criminal network wide open with their million page plus report. But until then, looks like Jeff is one of their own, protecting the D.C. criminals and helping Vanguard get rich off of private prisons.
Look who is knee deep in alligators! JEFF SESSIONS. His entanglement with Vanguard exposes his hidden agenda and Betsy and Thomas say he must go if we are to clean the swamp and bring in the American Renaissance.