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The Great Reset and the Green New Deal are not going well for the [CB], [JB] held a climate forum and many of the residents around the world did not attend. Pelosi takes a shot at capitalism, the problem is not capitalism it is the [CB]. Recession will hit if Government shuts-down, does this mean the Government is the economy. The Fed is now in the spotlight, more on its way. Durham has now released the first indictment, this sets the stage for everything, the first arrest will confirm the future direction. Buckle up its going to be a bumpy ride. The patriots are now on the offensive and the [DS] are the hunted, Durham is on the prowl. The forensic audit is going to be released on Sep 24, the [DS] is ready to use every distraction they have. They are now building up to the J6 rally that they created, did they push this to quickly or will they try to get traction and build on it through the 24, we will have to see. All assets are deployed red lines will be crossed.
- A number of key world leaders were notably absent from President Joe Biden’s Friday morning climate forum.
- Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, representing the two countries the scientific community believes are the linchpins in effectively combating climate change, did not participate in the reconvening of the Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate. Both heads of state took part in the first forum, held by the White House in spring 2021.
- French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and other European heads of state also did not participate, though the continent was represented by European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
- “In America, capitalism is our system, it is our economic system, but it has not served our economy as well as it should,” Pelosi said at a Chatham House event in the United Kingdom, according to Reuters. “So what we want to do is not depart from that, but to improve it.”
- Powell owned municipal bonds of the same type bought by the Fed during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.
- Two regional Fed presidents likewise owned assets of the same type the Fed was buying as the coronavirus threatened the U.S. economy’s health.
- The central bank’s code of conduct says officials “should be careful to avoid any dealings or other conduct that might convey even an appearance of conflict between their personal interests, the interests of the system, and the public interest.”
- Powell held between $1.25 million and $2.5 million of municipal bonds in family trusts over which he is said to have no control. They were just a small portion of his total reported assets. While the bonds were purchased before 2019, they were held while the Fed last year bought $21.3 billion in munis, including one from the state of Illinois purchased by his family trust in 2016.
- Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren held between $151,000 and $800,000 worth of real estate investment trusts that owned mortgage-backed securities. He made as many as 37 separate trades in the four REITS while the Fed purchased almost $700 billion in MBS.
- Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin held $1.35 million to $3 million in individual corporate bonds purchased before 2020. They include bonds of Pepsi, Home Depot and Eli Lilly. The Fed last year opened a corporate bond-buying facility and purchased $46.5 billion of corporate bonds.
- Among those questions: Should the Fed have banned officials from holding, buying and selling the same assets the Fed itself was buying last year when it dramatically widened the types of assets it would purchase in response to the pandemic?
Intellectual property theft by China has caused cumulative, total losses to the U.S. economy that far exceed two-trillion dollars in the last ten years alone.
They must be held accountable.
— Mike Pompeo (@mikepompeo) September 17, 2021
- The Michigan Freedom Fund filed a campaign finance complaint against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Tuesday with the Bureau of Elections regarding ten donors from her “$100,000 Club,” according to a report.
- The complaint being filed was due to ten of her donors that allegedly violated the state law for donating $100,000 or more to Whitmer’s campaign since Michigan’s campaign contribution limit is $7,150, the Center Square reported
- Michigan Freedom Fund obtained her donor’s names and dollar amount from the governors’ campaign finance statement from July that was filed with the Secretary of State.
- The report notes the state law for officeholders facing a recall effort is allowed to collect donations with no limit. However, Whitmer is not facing a recall. For those not facing a recall, there is a $7,150 campaign contribution limit.
NEW: We’ve learned that the FAA just implemented a two week TFR (Temporary Flight Restrictions) over the international bridge in Del Rio, TX, meaning we can no longer fly our FOX drone over it to show images of the thousands of migrants. FAA says “special security reason”. pic.twitter.com/aJrjAPO2Pz
— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) September 17, 2021
I am on the ground in Del Rio, Texas tonight. As of this moment, there are 10,503 illegal aliens under the Del Rio International Bridge.
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) September 17, 2021
- The open border is OUT OF CONTROL.
IT IS A SLUM OF THOUSANDS.
- Construction workers took to the streets of Melbourne’s CBD blocking traffic to peacefully protest the Victorian state government’s latest COVID-19 restrictions for the industry.
- Dozens of construction workers blocked Lonsdale and Elizabeth streets with chairs and tables while on their breaks, stopping the trams, video on social media show.
- “Dan Andrews said that Victorian construction works couldn’t eat inside if they werent vaxd… So – they grabbed everything and took it to the streets and blocked the roads off – they even got Traffic Control stopping Police,” a separate post on Telegram, filled with pictures of the protest, reads. “Well done Tradies of Melbourne.”
- Another video showed a construction worker saying that Spencer street was also temporarily affected. “No jab, no job, see ya later,” he said in the video.
- The roads have since been cleared. One video posted by independent journalist Rukshan Fernando, who goes by the name Real Rukshan on social media, showed the construction workers packing up the tables and chairs after their peaceful sit-in.