Man, that audio feed started breaking up REAL quick the moment an actual question was asked.
Here we see a prime example of what you might call "shilling," wherein a finance bro - replete with the mandatory Patagonia vest (or maybe a Patagonia-inspired one since they literally told Wall Street d-bag to stop buying their brand because their values are completely unaligned with Patagonia's) and smug look on his face - comes onto CNBC
to talk about how he just won big by betting on a company called Upstart Holdings. Everything is going great and he's hyping the ever-loving s--t out of the stock until the host asks him a very simple question - so what does this company DO?
This is the moment where you can actually see someone soil themselves in real-time as the 'expert' who's likely making a six- or seven-figure salary has absolutely zero answers to what ought to be a pretty easy question.