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    Default Robert Kiyosaki says self-isolation is making people realize they got "screwed" by system

    Are they really waking up I dont think so. Many just ran out of pot. Quick run to the store grab some pot and munchies back to the house Smoke some up and back to the deep sleep they go as wall street and the big boys loot more.



    The market crashes from the pandemic has shown that some assets are “fake” said best-selling author Robert Kiyosaki, as “manipulated” assets are finally showing the American public how corrupt the capitalist system is.

    “The good thing is, people as they sit in quarantine, as they lose their jobs, their homes, their pensions, their businesses and all this, I think they’re waking up at [the fact that] they’re being screwed,” Kiyosaki told Kitco News.



    https://www.kitco.com/news/2020-03-2...by-system.html


    Marijuana sales ‘on fire’ as demand spikes amid coronavirus outbreak

    Industry professionals are enjoying the spike in sales, which has prompted one proprietor to buy two used Priuses in the past week as deliveries soar. He said he is planning to buy three more in case his dispensaries are ordered shut and he has to transition his shop workers to drivers.

    https://www.ocregister.com/2020/03/1...irus-outbreak/

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    Sounds like what is going to happen to many people on main street $1200 check to plug thousands lost in salary and business.


    Cuomo says Senate bill would be ‘terrible’ for NY

    The Senate’s $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill may be the largest rescue package in U.S. history, but it “would really be terrible for the state of New York,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. Cuomo said the bill provides $3.8 billion for New York state, of which only $1.3 billion will be sent to New York City.

    “Sounds like a lot of money,” Cuomo said. But it’s far below the shortfall in revenue that the state projects it will face, which could total $15 billion, according to the governor. “That is a drop in the bucket” compared with what New Yorkers need, he said. “How do you plug a $15 billion hole with $3.8 billion? You don’t.” —Kevin Breuninger

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