Let me get this straight: Some 5,300 employees and managers at Wells Fargo’s retail banking division knowingly opened millions of unauthorized accounts in the names of their customers, are rightly fired as a result, but the senior executives at the bank responsible for them and their reprehensible behavior are not? What year is this? 1928? 2007? Or is this 2016, eight years after the crucible moments leading up to one of the worst financial crises in our collective lifetimes?
Come on, if you can’t mete out even a modicum of justice in a situation as blatant as this, then you deserve all the Elizabeth Warren you get.
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