CNBC Host Destroys Rick Santelli On-Air Following Another Santelli Rant   Leave a comment


You remember Rick Santelli? He’s the sonuvabitch who basically got the Tea Party rolling after a particularly odious rant on the floor of the Mercantile Exchange in Chicago back in 2009…well, Monday he had another one of those odious rants, only this time CNBC anchor Steve Liesman called Santelli out on the air following Santelli’s rant, telling Santelli that “no piece of advice Santelli’s ever given on-air has ever worked”.

My question here is this: when Wall Street starts up on Tuesday, who do you think is going to have been shown their walking papers at CNBC – Santelli or Liesman? In the real world, it would likely be Santelli..unfortunately, as long as that odious runt’s been around, what d’ya think the odds are of that happening?


Posted July 14, 2014 by Matthew in Uncategorized

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