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Wells Fargo – Bank Fraud!

Dear Supporters,

I once watched a stand up comedian deliver the following as a joke.

“In the old days, ‘Bank Robbery,’ meant the bad guys showed up with masks covering their faces and guns demanding money from a bank teller.  Now ‘Bank Robbery’ means the bank steals money from your personal account.”

The audience roared with laughter – but there is some truth in the statement.

Last week the US Senate held hearings to investigate the huge bank fraud committed by Well Fargo Bank. The bank created nearly 2 million fake accounts unknown to those named on the account, and charged many of them fees.

It was the diligence of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that contributed to the Bank being caught.

Republicans have made it clear that they plan to repeal the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.  If they succeed, who will you turn to if a bank cheats you out of your hard earned dollars?

Tom McClintock voted against creating this consumer agency!  He will no doubt join his fellow Trump republicans who have vowed to repeal it.

Now, with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in place, if you are cheated, all you need to do is to log onto the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau website, file your complaint, and chances are your problem will be solved:

I support consumer protection, and will fight to keep and strengthen the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

We are 44 days from Election Day, 2016.  I ask for your Vote on November 8.

Please donate today and help us get my message out.

Thank you.


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Dr. Bob Derlet  vs. Tom  McClintock

October 4 – 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

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1225 Lincoln Way, Auburn CA


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