Fox News host Tucker Carlson covered how the nationwide phenomenon of skyrocketing house prices is being driven by Wall Street outbidding normal Americans trying to buy homes.
“Have you tried to buy a house recently in this country? Suddenly prices are out of control,” Carlson pointed out Friday on his show “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
“They’re up everywhere. They’re up in San Jose, California – which is already way overvalued for like 20 years – but they’re still going up. Homes are going for a lot above asking price everywhere.”
“It doesn’t seem normal,” Carlson continued. “There’s been a lot of moving within this country, but we’re not watching a conventional housing market. There’s something else going on.”
“And in fact, there is. The Wall Street Journal in a recent piece found that private equity firms like BlackRock are purchasing entire neighborhoods of single-family homes and turning them into rentals…What does this mean for the country?” Carlson asked.
Chronicles magazine editor Pedro Gonzales joined Carlson to discuss the implications behind Wall Street’s mass buy-up of houses across the country.
“Plundering the future is what financial institutions like BlackRock are doing by buying up tons of real estate,” Gonzales told Carlson.
“Home ownership gives people a stake in society. It’s a way to build generational wealth. It’s the foundation of the middle-class and part of the American dream. And permanent capital is now robbing Americans of that dream, saying ‘you’ll own nothing and be happy,’” Gonzales continued, referring to the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset agenda.
“They’re killing the dream and giving us a nightmare of dispossession,” Gonzales continued. “And they’re doing this to underwrite pensions and pad bottom lines by raising housing prices, gobbling up single-family homes and fueling another speculative investor-driven home price bubble; that if and when it bursts, the same people they priced out of homes will end up subsidizing the bailout.”
Part of the WEF’s Great Reset agenda touts the total abolishment of private property by 2030 under the guise of fighting climate change.
“Welcome to the year 2030. Welcome to my city – or should I say, ‘our city.’ I don’t own anything. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own any appliances or any clothes,” Ida Auken wrote on behalf of the WEF in 2016.
“Once in a while I get annoyed about the fact that I have no real privacy. Nowhere I can go and not be registered. I know that, somewhere, everything I do, think and dream of is recorded. I just hope that nobody will use it against me.”
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