Monetary interests can rot the most ethical of people. When a person has a lack of ethics from the get-go, money can exponentially advance the process. Kyle Bass is a frightening character in this regard, as he’s always had an air of suspicion about him.
In 2008, America hit an economic roadblock when it tried to push poor economic practices vis-a-vis subprime lending. Bass saw the troubles coming and predicted them, which quickly earned him national, and in some cases international, recognition. Bass currently maintains a hedge fund centered in Texas, but despite the initial fervor with which he expanded throughout the financial scene, his fund doesn’t seem to be performing too well. Yet Bass is continuously making television appearances, and all indications point toward increase of wealth on his end.
Certainly one reason he’s been able to increase in affluence has to do with CAD, the Coalition for Affordable Drugs. This organization uses political and legal shenanigans to cut prices on pharmaceutical organizations. The resulting stock drop among pharmaceutical agencies is something Bass is quick to capitalize on via short sold holdings. Bass basically uses the sentiment of the sick to manipulate the stock market such that he walks away with millions of dollars.
The problem has gotten so bad of late that congress actually becomes somewhat bipartisan concerning the issue. Bass isn’t doing anything illegal, but what he is doing has a distinct lack of ethics to it, and the result is gutting millions from the American economy.
Ultimately, Wikipedia shows Kyle Bass is beholden to Argentina. That’s where he’s from, and all indications point toward Bass being a lackey of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is the socialist despot who currently presides over Argentina. She is responsible for defaulting the country two times in the last thirteen years, and her financial decisions are continuously negligent. Yet even though Bass made his mark on the financial scene by predicting faulty financial practices, his interdiction with de Kirchner seems entirely blind to her poor choices. In fact, Bass seems to endorse them, and continuously sings de Kirchner’s praise! This seems to indicate that Bass is a lackey of some sort for Argentina, and that his efforts in America financially have to do with economic destabilization. Socialism is all about facilitating a global revolution, and de Kirchner couldn’t really be a socialist if in some way that utopian ideal didn’t color her reasoning.
In the end, Bass must be closely considered and trusting him may not be the best idea.