Historically speaking income has ALWAYS pooled in the hands of the wealthy.
Its never been a serious issue in this Country until modern day Democrats started exploiting the fact that Rich people are Rich.
They needed a huge distraction for the 2014 elections so they pushed this narrative based on division and envy.
Worse, they're promising people that they can fix the problem.
Clinton's tech bubbles produced allot of new Millionaires and he even lowered Capital Gains taxes too boot.
I dont remember this 1 percent narrative being bandied about back then.
The rich may be getting richer but who cares ? You can thank policies like perpetual QE ( put in place because Obama's " recovery " wasn't a real recovery ) and progressive tax policies that target and penalize wealth for the widening divide.
It wouldn't be noticed if the proverbial chair hadn't been pulled out from beneath the Middle-class by a President and Political party that seeks " social and economic justice " instead of creating a business friendly environment .
Its not the policies that make the ruch richer that are the issue, it's the policies that make the Middle-class disappear that are the problem.
Take Obama Care for example. It doesn't affect the rich who can afford their policies or the poor who qualify for medicare. It exclusively targets the Middle-classes discretionary income via rising premiums for overpriced policies.