Bill Ackman Made $2.6B by Betting Against Markets After Fearmongering 'Hell is Coming' CNBC InterviewChris Menahan
Mar. 27, 2020
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Now we know why Bill Ackman went on CNBC and cried about his father while warning that "hell is coming" if our entire country is not shut down in response to the coronavirus.
From the New York Post:
When billionaire Bill Ackman went on television last week to tearfully warn that "hell is coming" and beg the White House to shut down the country for 30 days, he was knee deep in a bet against the markets that netted him $2.6 billion.Tucker Carlson highlighted Ackman's shady dealings on his show last night:
"Ackman doesn't seem embarrassed by this in the least," Carlson said. "Apparently he plans to keep his new billions. He hasn't announced any plans to donate any of it to the Americans whose lives he just made worse. But that's the kind of person Bill Ackman is. He's an amoral greedhead whose behavior adds nothing worth having to our country and often hurts us."
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