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Mysterious cartoons mocking “Goldman Rats” and Hillary Clinton are appearing all over NYC

Via Liberty Blitzkrieg…

While we don’t know who made the stickers, we should all be grateful to the creator. While the oligarchy remains firmly in place, we don’t have to respect them, and mocking corrupt cronies is the first step in delegitimizing their undeserved claims to positions of extreme wealth and power.


Business Insider notes that:

I spotted the Clinton sticker in a Brooklyn subway station last week, but it seems to have appeared in multiple locations. A blog dedicated to Brooklyn street art posted a picture taken of one of the stickers last month.

The Clinton sticker is clearly relatively new. In the sticker, the “H” in “Hillary” is copied from her campaign logo, which was unveiled when she launched her campaign in April. It echoes a line of attack that has been used by one of Clinton’s Democratic rivals, former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D), who has suggested Goldman Sachs would like to see her in the White House.


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