Billionaire Hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman is furious that poor people have received tiny checks to keep their kids from starving

Leon Cooperman (net worth $3.2 billion) is angry that hungry, out of work people are receiving government assistance. He told CNBC: "The reason the market is doing what it's doing is people are sitting at home getting checks from the government. This fair share, is a BULLSHIT concept. It's just a way of attacking wealthy people and I think it inappropriate and we all gotta work together and pull together."