She asked the CEO of Well's Fargo if his company should be held liable for the caging of children on the border. He was shocked of course and said he doesn't know what she was talking about and then she couldn't explain what she was talking about so she moved on to another question. Well, after the fact, what she asked was investigated and what she was trying to pin on him is that his company provided a loan to a company who built a housing facility on the border. It just so happens that this facility is extremely nice and has no cages of any type. What scares me is her mindset of accountability because according to her thinking, if someone committed murder in their home, then the home builder would be responsible as well for the murder.
She then told him that Wells Fargo should be held accountable for oil leaking/spills from the Keystone Pipeline. A couple of problems with what she said; one, is that this pipeline wasn't financed by Wells Fargo. The CEO said that he and several other companies provided financing for the last pipeline that was built. But the fact is, these banks had no part in actually building the pipeline or had any ownership in the construction companies involved, so there would clearly by law be no liability for any of these banks. She then moved on to more crazy questions. The constituents that voted her into office should have their voting privileges revoked.