(Natural News) After the coronavirus collapse, CNBC promises there will be a “V-shaped” recovery. (A quick rebound.)

Less delusional people think it might be a “U-shaped” recovery. (A slower recovery.)

More realistic people have figured out we’d be lucky to have an “L-shaped” recovery. (A flatline.)

But as I wrote a few days ago, we’re actually going to experience an “F-U shaped” recovery where the wealthy elite and big banks run off with all the money while screwing everybody else. (Like always. What else did you think would happen?)

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Today we bring you the best video of the week, a rant by Louis Rossmann who is due to collect $130,000 from the small business bailout program, but has discovered that the whole thing is a total joke and the bank website pages don’t even work.

In other words, the small business bailout program is a bigger disaster than Obamacare.

Yep, bend over and get prepared for the F-U shaped recovery, because that’s what’s about to be shoved down your throat if you’re a small business owner. (Because the criminal financial parasites at the top never lose a dime, no matter how big they’ve messed up.)

Warning: The following video contains extreme profanity, and Louis deserves an award for the most creative use of the “C-word” that I’ve heard in a long time.

Truly, this is an instant classic. It gets better about half-way through.

Oh, and if you’re looking for more entertainment, don’t miss my hilarious rap song that I wrote in 2008: “I Want My Bailout Money.”

The lyrics are even more appropriate now than in 2008. (Yes, it’s really me singing… or at least screaming.)

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