Today Senator Rand Paul and Representative Thomas Massie have reintroduced a bill that would force an audit of the notorious Federal Reserve. While all attempts in the past have not suceeded, as Wall Street and the shadow government have clearly opposed the bill, this time around could be different.
With both the House and Senate controlled by Republicans, the bill has the best opportunity it has ever had to pass. In addition to that, President-Elect Donald Trump has said in the past that he would like to audit the Federal Reserve. Rand Paul mentioned Trump while addressing the bill:
“The U.S. House has responded to the American people by passing Audit the Fed multiple times, and President-elect Trump has stated his support for an audit. Let’s send him the bill this Congress.”
The bill has passed the House several times in the past, only to be opposed by the Democrat-controlled Senate. However, now that the Senate is Republican-controlled, the bill could have more success. Additionally, it was believed in the past that even if it passed, that it would be blocked by Democrat President Obama. With President-Elect Trump soon to take over Obama’s seat, those attempts could succeed.
Representative Massie said of the bill:
“It is time to force the Federal Reserve to operate by the same standards of transparency and accountability to the taxpayers that we should demand of all government agencies.”
However, skeptics note that Trump has surrounded himself with Wall Street insiders and such a bold move of taking on The Federal Reserve looks like a mere pipe dream.
Joining the call to audit the Federal Reserve is former CIA spy Robert Steele. Steele has been very critical of the Federal Reserve and the IRS in the past and has even called for those two organizations to be abolished.
Ron Paul, Rand’s father, highly endorsed his son’s move:
For 105 years, the Federal Reserve has exercised almost absolute and unquestioned authority over America’s monetary policy. The result has been a boom-and-bust business cycle, growth in government, increasing income inequality, and a loss of over 90% of the dollar’s purchasing power. No wonder almost 80% of Americans support Audit the Fed!
While campaigning for President, Donald Trump not only criticized the Fed’s easy money policies, he also endorsed Audit the Fed. With a President who supports Audit the Fed finally sitting in the White House, Congress has no excuse to not quickly pass this bill and finally let the American people know the truth about the Fed’s conduct on monetary policy, including its dealings with foreign governments and central banks.
Such a move would truly be a great step forward for humanity, regardless of the mindless propaganda that Wall Street and their mainstream media puppet outlets say. As many reading this know, the Federal Reserve is privately owned and has nothing to do with the United States. It is illegally and fraudulently operating and has been the source of most of the world’s financial, and thus, social problems.
We must do what we can to ensure that all Senators and Representatives, along with Donald Trump, pass this legislation to audit the Federal Reserve. If passed, we will the the top of the elite’s pyramid come crumbling down.
What are your thoughts on this? Will Congress move forward with this? Will Trump approve or oppose this legislation? Let others know about this latest news so that even more awareness can be garnered on this incredibly important proposal. We could be in for an exciting and wild ride.
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