Michael Lewis Looks Ahead to His Next Work: “Simply Outsmarting People: The Bernie Madoff Story”
By Sue Donnem
In today’s era of the mainstream media jumping between blurring the truth and just outright lying, it’s refreshing to have writers like Michael Lewis who dare to give us the real stories of how the world works. In his latest work, Lewis sheds light on the misunderstood genius of Sam Bankman-Fried and the FTX saga, and I couldn’t be more thrilled. Lewis shows SBF as the crypto visionary he is, much to the dismay of the left-wing media which seems to relish in vilifying any and all financial innovation. Help too many people buy homes and you’re a ‘subprime mortgage broker.’ Don’t help enough and all of a sudden you’re “redlining.” Why should SBF be punished just because he has the talent to make money disappear? If David Blaine did it, I bet you guys would clap like hell.
Thankfully, Mr. Lewis isn’t satisfied yet. His quest to avenge the wrongfully convicted economic legends of our time is far from over. Lewis will now correct the story of Bernie Madoff, the stone-cold killer behind the first great Ponzi scheme in American history. Like SBF, Bernie has been wrongfully scrutinized by the communist American media for years. I mean after all, he had the same 24 hours in a day that everyone else did. Just because you couldn’t get after it like him and chase your dreams doesn’t mean you get to condemn a man. Newsflash liberals, getting people to give you money without ever having to pay them back is smart; it’s called winning.
And don’t even get me started on those dumbass sons of his. If it wasn’t for them, we would still have a legend killing it on Wall Street day in and day out. Their father takes the time to confide in them with his life story, and they don’t even say thank you for being made accomplices after the fact? Instead, they run their free-market-hating selves right to the police and do the “responsible” thing: snitch like the dirty little rats they are. We won’t have to worry about those dipshits ever getting any credit again though, thanks to Michael Lewis. The era of the poor is out — it’s time to let the financial conglomerates finally have some power in America.