Trump’s Moment of Truth: Federal Reserve Audit?

A bill has proceeded in Congress to audit the Federal Reserve – the most pervasive fascist institution in the United States. This is not necessarily new. Ron Paul submitted these bills to Congress many times throughout his career in Washington. He wanted to force the Federal Reserve to be honest with us about their operations. But the audits were always rejected. Politicians do not like being honest about money.

This year is different. Amazingly, the bill seems like it will pass both the House and the Senate. It was reported out of committee, and is expected to pass both the House and the Senate.

Interestingly, the bill is being mostly opposed by Democrats. This is strange, because this is a measure in favor of the common man. The Federal Reserve is America’s banking cartel, the first major government move toward economic fascism in the early 1900s. It is from the banks, by the banks, and for the banks. This bill sounds like something self-respecting Democrats should support.

At least it’s giving us an honest view of some politicians. The lawmakers who have opposed the bill, like Elizabeth Warren, are revealing to us that they are not really on the side of the common man. They are on the side of the Big Banks. Knowledge is power.

You can read the full text of the bill on your own here. The summarized version is this: The Federal Reserve is going to be audited on all operations and assets under it’s name. All secrets will be revealed.

This is going to be Trump’s moment of truth. If Congress passes the bill, will he veto it or sign it? If Trump vetoes the bill, then I will declare it right away: Trump’s promises are dead. He is not a man of the people, as he has claimed. If he rejects the bill, it will demonstrate that he is simply a repeat of all the other Presidents we’ve had for the past 100 years, none of whom had the nerve or desire to challenge the Federal Reserve.

If Trump signs the bill – which I certainly hope he does – then it at least means this: there may yet be positive surprises for us up Trump’s sleeve. He’d better walk the walk and sign the bill if he wants to prove himself as a man of the people in any way, shape, or form.

Really, Congress should’ve been doing this frequently since the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913. They’ve been kicking the can this whole time, which was an abandonment of their duty to provide oversight to the Federal Reserve. But to be fair, most Americans never cared. Most Americans don’t even know what the Federal Reserve is.

Anyway, this is it. Time to see who stands with who: the Big Banks, or the common man. Let’s get ready to rumble.

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