TYT: Rich Political Donor Doesn't Face Consequences?
"How do you describe Steven L. Rattner?
Up until three years ago, he was typically referred to in these pages as a former journalist turned successful financier — the vice chairman of the investment bank Lazard and then a co-founder of the Quadrangle Group, the private equity firm."*
Steve Rattner was a big-time financier and even became the White House auto czar, until he was accused of "pay-to-play" tactics while raising money from a pension fund while still at his private equity firm. Did he get punished? Sort of. Is he no longer a key figure with Democrats? Nope, he's still around, embraced. Could his forgiveness possibly be due to his money? Cenk Uygur breaks it down.