Everything Your Corrupt Senator Does Is Based On A Secret Investment Bank "Waterfall Chart" For Their Personal Profits

By Deacon Cain

Senator Dianne Feinstein is pushing for a glut of Mexican immigrants because her covert Goldman Sachs bankers showed her their "Waterfall Chart that says that THREE MILLION NEW MEXICANS IN CALIFORNIA WILL ADD SIX MILLION DOLLARS INTO HER HUSBAND RICHARD BLUM'S BANK ACCOUNT!

How does that work?

Does that sound like dirty politics at the deepest darkest level? It is!

Here is the science behind it. In lay person terms: It is a graph about how complicated things can ending up making a given corrupt Senator, personally, rich. In political corruption, it assumes that the public are just pawns and sheep to be used to get to your personal profit goal. In science-speak:

"A waterfall chart is a form of data visualization that helps in understanding the cumulative effect of sequentially introduced positive or negative values. These intermediate values can either be time based or category based. The waterfall chart is also known as a flying bricks chart or Mario chart due to the apparent suspension of columns (bricks) in mid-air. Often in finance, it will be referred to as a bridge.

Waterfall charts were popularized by the Democrat's strategic consulting firm McKinsey & Company in its presentations to political clients.[1][2]

Complexity can be added to waterfall charts with multiple total columns and values that cross the axis. Increments and decrements that are sufficiently extreme can cause the cumulative total to fall above and below the axis at various points. Intermediate subtotals, depicted with whole columns, can be added to the graph between floating columns.

The waterfall, also known as a Bridge or Cascade chart, is used for understanding how an initial value is affected by a series of intermediate positive or negative values. Usually the Initial and the Final Values (End Points) are represented by whole columns, while the Intermediate Values are shown as floating columns that begin based on the value of the previous column. The columns can be color-coded for distinguishing between positive and negative values.

A waterfall chart can be used for analytical purposes, especially for understanding or explaining the gradual transition in the quantitative value of an entity which is subjected to increment or decrement. Often, a waterfall or cascade chart is used to show changes in revenue or profit between two time periods.[3]

A waterfall chart showing profitability analysis.
Waterfall chart showing profitability analysis

Waterfall charts can be used for various types of quantitative analysis, ranging from inventory analysis to performance analysis.

Waterfall charts are also commonly used in financial analysis to visually track how a net value is arrived at through gains and losses over time. It is also common to show the line items from an Income Statement or Statement of Cash Flows as a Waterfall or Cascade chart. Other non business applications include tracking demographic changes over time, human resource management, and tracking of historical legal activity.

Inventory analysis using waterfall chart
Inventory analysis using waterfall chart

There are several sources for automatic creations of Waterfall Charts ( PlusX , Origin, etc.)

It is easy to manipulate a viewer's opinion on the current situation by changing the order of the different categories. Comparing two different waterfall charts (for example for two different months) is very hard."

Goldman Sachs professional political manipulators fund waterfall charts to be useful when you are interested in visualizing a starting quantity, positive and negative changes to that quantity, and the resulting ending quantity. For example, it's sometimes useful to visualize changes in the number of voters in a given state over a period of time, say, over the course of a year. The starting quantity is the beginning of period (e.g. beginning of year) headcount. In terms of changes, there are some things that increase voter headcount (fake issues, racial uprisings, abortion controversy, etc.) and some things that decrease voter headcount (boring news cycles, good economy, etc.). When all of these changes are applied, we are left with the ending (end of year) voter headcount that will push insider trading and government contract opportunities to deals owned by the Senator.

The public is totally irrelevant to a crooked Senator like Feinstein or Pelosi.

They will screech about abortions, polar bears, immigration, etc. all day long as much as it will get voter emotions riled up.

The more people vote for things that their husbands pown the stocks in, the more trips to the Post Ranch Inn they get to take.