Why the government wins every election

As I write to you, the Electoral College has just convened to officially hand Joe Biden the presidency.

But while one leader may have been swept out of office, the status quo remains unshaken.

For a special holiday issue, the founder of Southbank Investment Research, Dan Denning, has permitted us to share the below episode of his MoneyWeek Podcast.

Presidencies can wreck or boost portfolios – but there’s one actor who wins every single time. They say that no one’s money is safe with government in session – listen in on this episode to see how true that is.

As Dan explains here, we are invited to choose between the “lesser of two evils”… to hold our nose and cast a vote for Tweedle Dee or Tweedle Dum.

What we’re not told, of course, is that… the winner of every election is the same: the government.

In this free-ranging discussion, you’ll hear about the real and unavoidable trajectory for the US (regardless of the official changing of the guard), why the election probably doesn’t matter in the way you’re being told it does, and why a resurgence in meddlesome Marxism poses a clear and present threat to your safety and well-being.

Listen to the full conversation, here.


William Dahl
Editor, Southbank Investment Research

Category: Geopolitics

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