Trump Sends Message: Looking Forward To Beginning The Battle, Rig For Red – Ep. 2915
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The Biden admin is still admitting there is a baby formula shortage. Small businesses are having a difficult time paying their rent. The Biden admin lied about the SS benefits, they were caught and retracted it. The [CB] is using the same playbook and the patriots know it. The [DS] are now positioning for the midterms, they are building the narrative of how they are going to cheat. They pushing the idea that the midterms are going to be illegitimate. They want the Trump supporters angry in the end. Trump sends the message that he ready to being the battle, rig for red. Scavino sends message that it’s all going to fail.
- Biden administration officials are still grappling with baby formula supply challenges across the country, eight months after a key formula plant shuttered and sparked widespread shortages.
- Stores remain unevenly stocked as the amount of formula on the market overall has rebounded. The officials in charge of the response blame hoarding, supply chain bottlenecks and manufacturers making fewer varieties.
Nearly 40% of small businesses in the US failed to pay rent in October
The survey of 4,789 randomly selected small business owners saw more than half of respondents say their rent is at least 10 percent higher than six months ago.—DailyMail pic.twitter.com/fv5QwF9AvT
— Chelton Sledgefield (@HyperAware84) November 1, 2022
White House Brags Over Bump In Social Security Checks, Fact Check Obliterates Narrative
- The White House bragged about a bump in social security checks but was quickly taken down by fact checkers who said there was a catch.
- The White House tweeted that “seniors are getting the biggest increase in their Social Security checks in 10 years through President Biden’s leadership.”
- Twitter added a fact check to the tweet, noting that while Seniors will receive an increase in their social security benefits, it’s “due to the annual cost of living adjustment, which is based on the inflation rate.”
- “The size of Social Security checks is linked, by law, to inflation. This year’s increase is unusually big because the inflation rate is unusually big.”
- Former President Richard Nixon signed a law into place in 1972 that granted automatic benefit adjustments based on the Consumer Price Index.
- Inflation increased 0.4% in September from August while core inflation rose 6.6% year-over-year.
Fed delivers big rate hike, signals possible smaller increases ahead
- The Fed has raised the prime interest rate 75 basis points.
The Mainstream Is Increasingly Accepting The Possibility That The Fed Will Blow Up The Economy
- The narrative shift is dramatic, and it’s almost as if the media is now preparing markets as well as the public for tightening to continue for far longer than they initially expected. But why the sudden change in tone?
- From 1972 to 1980 the US witnessed a stagflationary avalanche that resulted in the Fed eventually raising interests rates to 20%. This led to the recession of 1981-1982 and an unemployment rate of around 11%. The effects of the recession persisted through the rest of that decade.
- At that time, the stagflation crisis was triggered primarily by the complete removal of the US dollar from the gold standard by Richard Nixon and the Fed. The Fed claimed that the move was designed to “stop inflation”, which makes little sense given that removing all commodity backing to the dollar resulted in a historic stagflationary crisis only a few years later.
- It’s important to note that in the 1980s the country had not just witnessed tens of trillions of dollars in fiat stimulus created by the central bank on top of a doubling of the national debt in the span of eight years. In other words, the economic conditions today are much worse than they were back then.
- Another event in which the Fed raised interest rates aggressively into economic weakness was in the early years of the Great Depression, which Milton Friedman argued was the actual cause of the long term crisis. In 2002, Ben Bernanke agreed with him.
- The point is, the Fed has done all of this before and it has no reluctance about engineering a recession or even a depression in the face of inflation. The greater threat, though, is that none of these measures will actually create stability. Rather, they may only lead to greater instability given the unprecedented factors involved. Furthermore, the media either doesn’t understand or doesn’t want to talk about the Fed’s culpability for the existing crisis.
- ·Hillary Clinton is predictably using the Paul Pelosi gay hammer attack false flag to support their narrative for mid terms.
- We see right through this.
WaPo Covers for Capitol Police – Claim Cameras Caught Break-In at Pelosi Home But No One Was Watching?
- The Pelosi home and neighborhood are lit up with CCTV cameras, around-the-clock security detail, and no doubt, motion detectors everywhere. No one is getting within 100 yards of the Pelosi home without being identified. No one is breaking into that house. You can bet on it.
- Now we find out that the Capitol Police had access to the cameras surrounding the Pelosi house but according to the far-left and Deep State goto media reporting from the Washington Post, the Capitol Police never noticed what was going on at the house.
- This doesn’t make sense unless you believe Epstein committed suicide when the cameras stopped working.
- The WaPo recites:
- Another plausible reason that the security systems never went off is because DePape didn’t break in. Can we trust the Capitol Police after their actions on Jan 6 and sense?
- Suggesting that DePapa was the victim of either kidnapping or some sort of sexual related crime by Paul Pelosi considering the men were allegedly in their underwear… and DePapa was a “friend” of Pelosi.
- That would explain why they don’t want to show the security footage, because he was either let in, or held there against his will.
- If there was a video of a Q follower breaking into Pelosi’s house… they would have leaked it.
- Even Trump is questioning the Pelosi hammer attack:
- “Weird things going on in that household in the last couple of weeks.. the glass it seems, was broken from the inside to the out… so it wasn’t a break in it was a break out…The window was broken in.. It was strange that the cops were standing there from the moment it took place… Figuring out Russia and figuring out China is much easier…”
MYSTERY CONTINUES: The FBI, San Fran Police, and San Fran DA Won’t Confirm Whether Third Person Opened Door at Pelosi Home
- ** According to Chief Scott, the police officers arrived at the front door of the Pelosi home. The door was opened “by someone inside.”
Just hung up the phone with @BernardKerik and something is very unsettling to the both of us.
The Pelosi incident is a local law enforcement matter.
Yet immediately upon SFPD and SFDA not reciting Pelosi’s narrative to the letter, the FBI took over and did exactly that.
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) November 1, 2022
So when I read tonight that he was facing both state and federal charges, and the feds had rushed in and used a criminal complaint–rather than take their time and go get an indictment–there is only one answer.
Fear he would be released if there was no fed charge to hold him.
— Shipwreckedcrew.substack.com (@shipwreckedcrew) November 2, 2022
- The CIA and its former Director Mike Pompeo have been sued by a group of journalists and lawyers who claim the agency spied on them when they visited WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange while he was living inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
- The lawsuit, which also names Spanish security firm Undercover Global as a defendant, was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on Aug. 15.
- Plaintiffs in the lawsuit include journalists Charles Glass and John Goetz and attorneys Margaret Kunstler and Deborah Hrbek, who have represented Assange.
- They argue that the agency violated their Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure.