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Bottom line we have XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX and XXXX XXXX accepted employment that was rumored he had before the State announced the {$53.00} XXXX TAXPAYER-FUNDED INCENTIVES with Movemnet Mortgage. XXXX is a XXXX for Movement Mortgage in XXXX with a substantial salary. Movement mortgage is best known to pay referral sources to be the in house lender such as XXXX and XXXX and XXXX XXXX XXXX well over XXXX figures a year each.. So lets connect the dots, XXXX now Management with a mortgage firm that accepted {$53.00} XXXX in TAXPAYER MONEY for incentives to then turn around and pay private enterprise for business for himself to earn a very well paid living.
See his web site to where he said these type of deals are outrageous!!

SC Lawmaker Gets Gig With Company Receiving Tax BreaksMORE STATUS QUO CORRUPTION FROM XXXX STATE ‘S RULING ELITE|| By FITSNEWS || A South Carolina lawmaker has XXXX given a job with a company that got more than {$50.00} XXXX from XXXX State taxpayers.

Movement Mortgage – which received XXXX} XXXX in taxpayer-funded incentives in late XXXX to relocate its corporate headquarters across the border from XXXX, XXXX to XXXX XXXX, XXXX – has hired XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX. XXXX announced his hiring via XXXX on XXXX.

XXXX is close friends with XXXX governor XXXX XXXX – whose administration approved the incentives package for XXXX.

Sound shady? It is …

This website has repeatedly railed against government-subsidized, market-distorting incentives – arguing they provide certain companies with unfair competitive advantages at the expense of individual taxpayers and small businesses. Also, South Carolina ‘s escalating use of such incentives has failed to create jobs or raise income levels over the long haul.

Now we learn a state XXXX is getting a job from XXXX of the company ‘s benefiting from these anti-competitive subsidies?

Shameful …

Also XXXX Mortgage – despite its claims to the contrary – appears to be re-inflating a new housing bubble by offering loans to those rejected by banks.

” We do n’t want to go back to the subprime days, when we were extending credit to the wrong folks, but we do want to make sure we ‘re extending credit to those borrowers who do have the ability and capacity to repay the loans but XXXX just not have traditionally documentable income, ” the company ‘s founder told XXXX earlier this year.

Yeah … what could possibly go wrong?

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