- - Sunday, August 27, 2017


While politicians and the media kept the country distracted and divided, the American people were robbed of $9 trillion by the Federal Reserve. The inspector general claimed no knowledge of the theft, and could not even speak to whether there had been any investigation to find out where the money went or how it got taken.

That is $30,000 dollars of debt for every man, woman and child in America, given to us courtesy of the unelected, unaccountable, non-government, secretive Fed. Rep. Alan Grayson, Florida Democrat, was on-point in condemning the inspector general when, during an Aug. 14 congressional hearing, she either could not or would not answer questions about the loss of this money from the Fed’s balance sheet.

Former Sen. Ron Paul has warned us about this unconstitutional, globalist, central bank for years — but his warnings have largely fallen on deaf ears. As long as we are indifferent and silent, the media and politicians will be fat, dumb and happy in keeping the citizens divided by race, class and politics. The Fed should be suspended by Congress from further monetary policy decisions until a congressional audit is conducted and new legislation enacted to force the Fed to make full disclosure of every transaction from our treasury or through the large Federal Reserve Banks.

This is no longer a rounding error. This is serious mismanagement, secrecy and obfuscation and if it’s criminal, there must be criminal liability and civil consequences.


Virginia Beach, Va.

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