Kyle Bass Shows No Signs Of Stopping

Posted on March 10, 2016

People are internationally becoming incensed with Kyle Bass, but he shows no sign of halting his activities.

Kyle Bass is from Argentina, but many remember him from 2008, when his successful predictions in regard to poor financial practices throughout America were borne out by reality. From that point he became a staple of financial mainstream media. He has continued to make predictions, but often they are weightless predictions which never land anywhere. Still, he continues to predict, and as he does so his hedge fund continues to decrease in effectiveness. In fact, there almost seems to be a relationship with Bass’ hedge fund and his mainstream media appearances: the more appearances he makes, the less effective his fund is. Naturally, anyone experiencing a loss in one quarter must expand to another. Kyle Bass has done this, and his expansion comes in the form of CAD.

CAD stands for the Coalition for Affordable Drugs, and it could very well end up diminishing American liberties. CAD gets a bunch of lawsuits and petitions filed which are spurious, but effective. Bass has successfully forced a number of big-ticket pharmaceutical organizations into lowering the cost of their drugs. This makes their stock drop, and whatever holdings Bass has with them, he short-sells. He literally makes millions at the expense of the sick, and under the guise of humanitarianism. The domino effect doesn’t stop there, though. When a company loses as much as ninety percent of its revenue on a given product, it’s a natural step that they cut certain divisions in order that their bottom line be maintained. Ergo, CAD actually prevents further advances in medicine, and thereby inculcates sickness and disease. All that in addition to providing American legal institutions precedents for the establishment of more restrictive law.

It would make sense if Kyle Bass were doing these things so negative to America purposefully. He works hand-in-glove with Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. De Kirchner is the socialist despot in current presidency of Argentina, and she’s defaulted the country on two separate occasions in only thirteen years. Anyone familiar with socialism is familiar with the ideology’s concept of a global revolution wherein the “proletariat” triumphs. Kyle Bass: The frantic investments of a desperate gambler wrote that If Kyle Bass is in line with de Kirchner’s ideals, then he is absolutely using his power and influence as a well-known financier to manipulate the market in the favor of socialistic ideals. This means anything he says should be taken as some subtle manipulative subterfuge. His track record with CAD bears this contention out, as does his continually poor-performing hedge fund, and his inability to make regular accurate predictions. These things are enough without the influence of Kirchner; but that just solidifies the argument: Bass isn’t operating in the best interests of America, and he doesn’t show any signs of stopping.