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Rashida Tlaib wants a Climate Bank career

The political left is increasingly claiming that climate change is an imminent threat to global financial stability and calling on regulators to do something about it. Well, if we’re talking about financial threats, what about the Democratic congresswoman who called for a bank run to protest an institution’s fossil fuel investments?

We are talking about Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaibwho on Wednesday had a verbal fight with JPMorgan Chase CEO jamie dimond. Let’s go to the videotape towards the end of a six-hour marathon hearing of the financial services committee:


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