Audit the Fed. Then end it.
If you ever had any reservations about who’s shilling for the Federal Reserve, look no further than today’s vote on increasing oversight into the Federal Reserve, including an audit.
The bill was passed by way of verbal vote and will now be introduced to the House, where it will likely be killed by shills.
Several democrats, including Stephen Lynch from Massachusetts, had voted to audit the Fed back in 2012 and 2014 — but are now against it. Why you ponder? They’ve had a change of heart, especially since the bill has a real chance of passing. They cited an aversion to ‘political interference’ at the Fed.