Bailout Bait And Switch?
Wednesday, January 14, 2009

The financial industry bailout was supposed to help troubled mortgage holders and free up credit lending. So why have the firms used the money to buy up smaller banks? Join Sharyl Attkisson as she reports on this disturbing misappropriation of the federal TARP funds. Click below to watch the report.

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