Friday, January 8, 2010

Geithner Continues to Get Heavy Protection

Who really has Geithner's back?

In the face of AIG emails that indicate a desire to erase from public view details of the 100 cents on the dollar payout to Goldman Sachs by AIG, with taxpayer money, and that clearly have the scent of Geithner all over them, Geithner continues to get White House support.

Dow Jones reports:
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said Geithner wasn't involved in controversial emails that suggest the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, while led by Geithner, pressured AIG not to disclose large payments it made to banks to settle swap contracts at the height of the financial crisis.

"Secretary Geithner was not involved in any of these emails," Gibbs said. " These decisions did not raise to his level at the Fed."
To date, Geithner continues to glide above controversy, incompetence and scandal. Who has his back?

I'm still betting Geithner's father is/was high level CIA with continuing major influence.

1 comment:

  1. I think the phrases "Trilateral Commission," "Group of Thirty," and "Bilderberg Conference" explain his Teflon status quite nicely.