With Congress spending TRILLIONS of taxpayer dollars, and the Federal Reserve literally creating money out of thin air, it’s never been more important Campaign for Liberty forces Congress to Audit the Fed!
The fact is, showing the American people the corruption, economic manipulation, and FRAUD in the Federal Reserve System is a critical step toward ending the abuse of our tax dollars and the economic chaos it creates.
And Rand Paul’s “Audit the Fed” bill is a vital step we can take, right now, even in this Congress.
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My U.S. Senators
Whereas: The Federal Reserve refuses to give a full public accounting of the TRILLIONS in recent taxpayer-backed loans; and
Whereas: Congress has the responsibility to force a public audit of the Federal Reserve, and the American people deserve to know how their tax dollars are being spent; and
Whereas: Allowing the Fed to remain out of control and shrouded in secrecy clearly allows for abuse and the continued stealing of our tax dollars through inflation and unaccounted electronic bank “loans”; and
Whereas: The Federal Reserve’s abuses lead to constant economic crises like the current housing crisis, international banking crisis, and the resulting chaos; and
Whereas: The Federal Reserve System forces fuel, food, housing, medical care, and education costs upward, meaning that everyone who is NOT on the government dole is forced to make do with less as the value of money slowly decreases; and
Whereas: History shows us that riots, violence, and full-scale police states can result when people finally realize fiat money isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on and REFUSE to accept it;
Therefore: I urge you to cosponsor the Audit the Fed bill and make every effort to seek roll call votes.