This Can’t be Good, All the World’s Billionaires are Gathering to Plan Our Future

Nothing to see here. Just a little gathering of the world’s wealthiest uber-billionaires gathering to plan the future of the world as the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland takes place.

Yes, these are people that say us minions just have to endure a little pain to get where they want us to go, which is a lot more to the left than America currently is. The problem with these billionaires deciding our future is they are the least qualified to do so—they don’t drive themselves, have no idea how much ground beef costs at the grocery store, want everyone to drive $150,000 electric cars and don’t look at the prices of anything they buy.

These are the most out of touch people on the planet and are the last people who should be deciding our future.

 

Republican Sen. Rand Paul points these facts out in a new video that blasts the elite forum’s efforts to dictate global policies. In a frightening look, these so-called experts seem to be predicting an upcoming pandemic and how to prepare for it, call for more climate change when gas is hitting record prices and want to dictate financial policies when inflation is already at 40-year highs.

You have to see it to believe it, and Senator Paul is quick to note the agenda is unAmerican and unhelpful in every possible way. Check out the video now for his reaction to this concerning event among the global elite.


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