According to Senator Rand Paul, auditing the Federal Reserve is a fiscal necessity and a congressional imperative. That is why he has reintroduced the “Federal Reserve Transparency Act” (referred to as “Audit the Fed”) as his first legislation of 2024.
“Imagine a financial behemoth at the center of the biggest economy on the planet. It secretly pulls the strings of America’s fiscal destiny, and the consequences of its actions ripple through the lives of countless individuals, yet its inner workings are almost entirely unknown and not subject to any form of checks or balances. This is not the plot of a dystopian novel but the current reality of America’s Federal Reserve system.”
According to the Senator, now is the time to bring this financial giant into the light. While I totally agree, I would advise the Senator to be very careful, as many before him have met a disastrous fate when challenging the Central Bank. Among them, four US Presidents whose lives were cut short by assassins who were killed “before they got their day in court.”
Let's start with Abraham Lincoln. “In 1861, the United States was going deeper and deeper in debt trying to fight another war. The only choice Abraham Lincoln had was for the United States to start printing its own legal tender to pay the soldiers. If he would not have done this, we would've gotten deeper and deeper into debt with foreign banks (The same banks we are in debt with today.) So, Abraham Lincoln printed $50,000,000 in the new green backs. And the effects were The United States started to get out of debt. However, you don't go behind the World Bank's back and print your own currency, in 1865, he was assassinated by a lone gunman who was then killed by the police before he was able to have his day in court.”
Next, we have James A Garfield. He has been quoted saying “the Federal Reserve is not a government institution, but a private central bank owned by a handful of major banks and bond dealers. As such, it is a cartel owned controlled and essentially for profit driven not by the people of United States, but instead by the banking industry's ruling elite.” He was also quoted saying “if the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency first by inflation, then by deflation. The banks will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.” He was only in office for 4 months when he was assassinated by a lone gunman who was then killed “before he had his day in court.”
Then there was President William McKinley. From 1897 to 1901 he led America to victory in the Spanish American War. He raised tariffs to promote American industry. He put the country on the gold standard. This prevented inflation from private and central banks. You can only print enough currency that you can back by gold. Not long after, William McKinley was then assassinated by a lone gunman who was killed before he could tell his side of the story or “have his day in court.”
Next, we have one of my favorite presidents, John F Kennedy. On June 4th, 1963, he signed executive order 11110 that would abolish the Federal Reserve and stop the Federal Reserve from being able to loan United States money to be paid back with interest. He also went on to print the silver backs. A new currency, backed by silver. Five months later, John F Kennedy was assassinated by a lone gunman, who was then killed before he could tell his story or “have his day in court.”
If You believe this is all a coincidence, do your research, and you will find we have all been lied to. Connect the dots yourselves. If you mess with the world banks, they will kill you. “This is why so many people claim we are living in the matrix. Our world has been high jacked by global bankers, who believe they have the right to rule over us.” And if you go against the grain, you will be silenced.
Senator Paul has received much criticism from both sides of the aisle as they claim that his proposed legislation “Audit the Fed” would compromise the Federal Reserve’s autonomy. However, Senator Paul argues that “transparency and oversight of every government institution is imperative and ought to be a bipartisan objective.”
The Senator’s effort to oversee and shed light on our financial institutions has widespread grassroots support, including students, mothers, fathers, and American citizens who worry about our nation’s prosperity and how they will care for their families. The Fed’s relentless lending and bailout strategies cast doubts on our economic outlook and contribute to the shaky economic fundamentals this nation has had since the fake pandemic.
While Congress was the body that established the Federal Reserve and assigned a portion of its monetary policy powers, “independence” has become synonymous with “secrecy.” Enacting “Audit the Fed” would finally deliver answers to the American people about how Washington is spending their money.
“The American people have a right to see behind the veil of secrecy at the Fed. I will continue to do what I can to lift that veil. I urge my fellow senators to join me.”
I pray for Senator Paul as I applaud his efforts for transparency.