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[KR1511] Keiser Report | Painting Pandemic with Alex Schaefer

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In this episode of Keiser Report from Los Angeles, Max and Stacy discuss deglobalization as supply shocks hit the world in the midst of a pandemic… even if the WHO won’t call it that. They talk about an opinion piece suggesting the Covid-19 pandemic will end the age of ‘affluence politics’ as supply shortages will reveal our inability to make and distribute the things people need. In the second half, Max paints with artist Alex Schaefer while they discuss printing money to fight viruses, and why he paints banks on fire as the economy burns. [embedded content]

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In this episode of Keiser Report from Los Angeles, Max and Stacy discuss deglobalization as supply shocks hit the world in the midst of a pandemic… even if the WHO won’t call it that. They talk about an opinion piece suggesting the Covid-19 pandemic will end the age of ‘affluence politics’ as supply shortages will reveal our inability to make and distribute the things people need. In the second half, Max paints with artist Alex Schaefer while they discuss printing money to fight viruses, and why he paints banks on fire as the economy burns.

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