Trump is using the Fed to rework trade deals, leverage trade with tariffs, the Fed is helping him with all of this. Ask yourself a question why does the [CB] hate tariffs? Andrew Jackson explains why the [CB] is not for the people and why it is a mistake outsourcing the creation of money. The show is continuing and the patriots are allowing it, whey to expose all of these people, to show how they are still pursuing a witch hunt. Mueller was tracking people via cell site towers. Carter Page was an FBI and CIA informant, they weren’t really going after Page but using him to cover up their crimes of spying. New information shows that Comey already exonerated [HRC] before any evidence. Deal has been made with Mexico now the MSM is trying to say that it didn’t happen the way Trump said it happened. Pew research shows that the American believe that fake news is a bigger threat than climate change. The show continues, game theory being used to expose them all, timing is everything, the world is watching.
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- The president and his advisors do not take that that idea seriously. Trump is, as he has tweeted, a “Tariff Man.” And many of his aides, including Peter Navarro and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, are long-time proponents of the idea that tariffs should play a major role in trade policy.
- The CB do not like tariffs, we need to ask the question why,
- 1. Tariffs interfere with there globalist agenda.
- 2. Tariffs make it difficult to control trade, it allows a country to leverage a better trade deal that would help the people
- The CB is not interested in helping the people, the globalist are not interested in helping the people or a country, they are interested in their trade deals that betters them.
The Fed is Hostile to a Self-Governing Society American Institute for economic research.
- monetary policy as practiced by central banks violates all three of our democratic axioms. It’s no surprise then that central bankers across the world exhibit a combination of features that fill sophisticated political thinkers with dread: maximal power subject to minimal responsibility. To be a monetary policy maker today is to be empowered to affect the material livelihoods of millions across the globe, with scant consequences should that authority be misused.
- There are many, many ways to change the institutional foundations of central banks to mitigate these problems. Which should be pursued is a complicated question that itself should be put to public debate, not decided behind closed doors among a small group of experts. The one certainty is that monetary policy as it currently operates fails to meet minimal standards of public responsibility and competence. If we are at all committed to self-governance, it is time for this to end.
It is maintained by some that the bank is a means of executing the constitutional power “to coin money and regulate the value thereof.” Congress have established a mint to coin money and passed laws to regulate the value thereof. The money so coined, with its value so regulated, and such foreign coins as Congress may adopt are the only currency known to the Constitution. But if they have other power to regulate the currency, it was conferred to be exercised by themselves, and not to be transferred to a corporation. If the bank be established for that purpose, with a charter unalterable without its consent, Congress have parted with their power for a term of years, during which the Constitution is a dead letter. It is neither necessary nor proper to transfer its legislative power to such a bank, and therefore unconstitutional.
- House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler reached a deal with the Department of Justice (DOJ) Monday, one day before the House is set to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt for not complying with their subpoenas in regards to former special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
- Nadler released the news just two hours before the hearings were set to start, saying the committee would “hold the criminal contempt process in abeyance for now” due to the cooperation from the DOJ. The entire House was expected to vote Tuesday on a resolution that would hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt for not complying with the subpoena, which will reportedly still take place despite Nadler’s statement.
- “If the Department proceeds in good faith and we are able to obtain everything that we need, then there will be no need to take further steps. If important information is held back, then we will have no choice but to enforce our subpoena in court and consider other remedies,” Nadler said.
- “It is critical that Congress is able to obtain the information we need to do our jobs, ensuring no one is above the law and bringing the American public the transparency they deserve,” Nadler continued.
- The contempt vote is reportedly still scheduled for Tuesday, despite the agreement
- The Democrat-led House Judiciary Committee chaired by Jerry Nadler dragged out Watergate figure John Dean to testify at Monday’s hearing about Mueller’s report.
- John Dean actually said in his opening statement that the last time he testified to the House Judiciary Committee was July 11th, 1974 — 45 years ago!
- John Dean is also a CNN contributor. Imagine that
- Ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee Doug Collins (R-GA) ripped the Democrats on Monday during the hearing.
- “It was brought up when one of our candidates talked about Russia being a threat, and former president Obama said the 80’s are asking for their foreign policy back. Well guess what, this committee is now hearing from the 70’s, and they want their star witness back.”
- Take a listen to gaetz, he tells dean that he is a prop
- President Trump slammed the Democrats for trotting out Nixon’s former White House counsel John Dean to testify.
- Trump tweeted out the following
Can’t believe they are bringing in John Dean, the disgraced Nixon White House Counsel who is a paid CNN contributor. No Collusion – No Obstruction! Democrats just want a do-over which they’ll never get!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 10, 2019
Some other shocking notes from the CSPAN interview about Watergate include:
- John Dean Pulled Off a Hoax –
Because John Dean pulled off an incredible hoax. He pulled it off on the Watergate Committee and he pulled it off on the courts and he pulled it off on the American people, and in a sense he erased the election. If you take John Dean out of the story, it doesn’t matter what Woodward and Haig do because it will be a series of leaks that will mean nothing. There’s no Watergate. It will be traditional Washington leaks that may nick the president a little bit, but it’s not going to drive him out of office. It is the John Dean story that is just absolutely the most important story in the book.
- Buried in his massive Trump-Russia report, special counsel Robert Mueller admits that he was able to pinpoint Blackwater founder Erik Prince’s precise location in January, 2017 by matching his cell phone signal to a cell site near Trump Tower in New York City,
The special counsel’s report discloses the use of this investigative technique, by which police determine a suspect’s location via a cellphone’s GPS signal.
The Prince narrative is one instance in unredacted sections of the report in which Mr. Mueller’s team explicitly discloses cellphone tracking. It raises the question of whether the FBI applied the process to other investigative subjects — a phone’s GPS signal can disclose its exact location within a few feet. One of the first requests the FBI makes when confronting subjects is to ask for their electronic devices.
- President Trump on Monday lashed out at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over the lobbying organization’s opposition to his threat of tariffs against Mexico.
- The president called into CNBC for a lengthy interview after a representative from the Chamber appeared on the network to voice concerns with Trump’s use of tariffs as a negotiating tactic. Trump voiced his displeasure with the Chamber, and said he was considering giving up his membership with the business group over the spat.
- “I just want to say to the United States Chamber of Commerce, if we didn’t have tariffs, we wouldn’t have made a deal with Mexico,” he said.
- The Chamber of Commerce, was among the organizations that voiced opposition after Trump threatened to impose a 5 percent tariff on Mexican imports if the country did not take steps to curb migrants making their way toward the U.S. border.
- The Chamber called it “exactly the wrong move” after the threat was announced, and said it would consider a legal challenge against the tariffs.
- It was the right move, the deal was made,
- Now the blame will be on Mexico, they agreed to a deal, there aren no tariffs unless Mexico breaks the deal, so the Chamber and others will need to point there anger at Mexico and not Trump.
- Mexican military officials reportedly have started targeting foreigners riding “The Beast” train on their way to the US southern border.
- This was the first operation of its kind since Mexico and the US signed an agreement on Friday to stop the invasion at the US southern border.
- The Washington Examiner reported:
Mexican military deployed throughout the country as part of President AMLOs vow to do more to apprehend migrants headed to the United States, have officially begun targeting foreigners who have hitched rides aboard a freight train known as “The Beast” to get to the U.S.-Mexico border, local media reported Sunday.
Mexican National Guard held up the “La Bestia” train in an unpopulated area near Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, a city north of the Mexico-Guatemala border, where migrants have been crossing into the country.
They still get a lot of help along the way.
The caravans are organized by the US group Pueblo sin Fronteras.
- The number of homeless Californians in the Los Angeles county has reached 58,936,
- But Californians don’t seem to be the priority of democratic governor Gavin Newsom. Under an agreement between Gov. Newsom and Democrats in the state legislature, low-income adults between the ages of 19 and 25 living in California illegally would be eligible for California’s Medicaid program, known as Medi-Cal. State officials estimate that will be about 90,000 people at a cost of $98m a year.
- This decision will make California the first state in the US to pay for illegal immigrants to have full health benefits.
- Not everyone in that age group would get the health benefits, only those whose incomes are low enough to qualify for the program.
- Diplomacy intended to salvage the Iran nuclear deal goes into high gear this week after Tehran threatened to follow the U.S. in abandoning the accord.
- German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas landed in Iran’s capital to meet Monday with his counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives in Tehran on Wednesday for more consultations. In Vienna, the International Atomic Energy Agency will assess the state of the 2015 agreement that was supposed to rein in Iranian nuclear work in return for sanctions relief.
- The flurry of diplomacy kicked off after Iran’s president signaled May 8 that the country could soon violate terms of the agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
- New Zealand will withdraw all its forces in Iraq over the next year, its government announced
- Since 2015, New Zealand, along with Australia, deployed troops to Iraq’s Camp Taji, north of Baghdad, to train Iraqi soldiers as part of their commitment to the US-led coalition’s campaign against the Islamic State.
- Americans who say fake news is a “very big problem” outnumber those who say the same about “climate change,” according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center.
- “Many Americans say the creation and spread of made-up news and information is causing significant harm to the nation and needs to be stopped,” the survey revealed, with a full fifty percent of the population describing it as a very big problem
- U.S. adults believe that the majority of the content of made-up news and information falls into two major categories: politics/elections (73 percent) and entertainment/celebrities (61 percent), Pew revealed.
- A bulk of Americans sense an ideological motivation behind the creation of fake news, with 86 percent of the population saying that “the desire to push an agenda or viewpoint” is a key reason why news is manipulated.
- As a whole, Americans believe that fake news is also a bigger problem for the country than racism, illegal immigration, terrorism, and sexism.
TOMORROW: Big tech insider steps forward. They’re going to shock Silicon Valley!
— Project Veritas (@Project_Veritas) June 10, 2019
Game theory is to keep the criminals guessing and the public safe. Nobody will know the hour. The only certainty is that you will not expect it. Tick tock. https://t.co/6lh47hptUW
— Joe M (@StormIsUponUs) June 10, 2019