Trump To Reclaim Fed Reserve From Rothschild Family

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If he does it, how long until he becomes the next president to be assassinated? Thing is, it doesn't sound like the long term plan is to end it, just wrest control out of some international oligarchy & put it under direct control of politicians. That might be fine when your party is in power, but not so much when it isn't. Not to mention it takes a lot of time, effort & materials to build a house, but a can of gas & match can take it down in no time. The dems really love their gas & matches too.


https://yournewswire.com/president-trump-reclaim-federal-reserve-rothschild/


President Trump has vowed to reclaim control of the Federal Reserve from the Rothschild family, freeing it from crippling regulations that has held America back for decades.

Trump says the Federal Reserve has been allowed to cause interest rates to soar, create huge dept, and slow the growth of the economy for far too long.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/20/trump-poised-to-take-control-of-the-federal-reserve.html

Dick Bove: Trump poised to take control of the Federal Reserve

President Trump sharply criticized the Federal Reserve this week, saying interest rate increases are hurting the economy.

Trump will have the opportunity to fashion the central bank in the image he would like as he has four vacancies to fill on the board of governors.

The result could be a more politicized Fed.
 

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Jackson survived their attempts, they are not infallible.
Unless he appoints Ron Paul as Treasury Sec, he'd be better to abolish the Fed and return the authority to "coin money" to those lazy ass shits in congress.
 

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It's true that Trump has the opportunity to appoint most of the positions on the board, but he's not well grounded on monetary theory and I really don't have any faith that he really understands the issues. He lacks the baseline knowledge to really guide his selection process, so he's going to be relying on others to hammer out the candidates list. I'm not as optimistic as the articles in the OP that much is going to change.
 

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IDK, every time I am convinced that he's just an insecure bully that shoots from the lip, I'll read something that makes me think that he's gaming the Deep State.

"Keep your friends close but keep your enemies closer"- Vito Corleone
 

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I think it's going to be a matter of who has his ear at the time he gets around to making his shortlists for the appointments. Seems like Sen. Rand Paul is now besties with Trump, but I don't know that the relationship extends past the current alignment on (Russia) foreign policy. Who is advising him on financial/tax/monetary matters? I honestly don't know.
 

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Well, that's just it. Every time he appoints another Deep State clown (like Bolton), we don't know if Trump is listening to them or just bringing them onboard to keep the DS off guard and wondering what's up.
I read where Trump may be listening to Rand Paul about foreign policy, as he should. Maybe he might pick up some sound advice about our failing monetary system, as well.
There is so much going on behind the scenes that bolsters my optimism. Disclosure of the truth is happening but TPTB what is to trickle out over the next 100 years. Something strange is going on in the MSM when they release a video from the Dept of Defense showing a UFO and the so-called journalists are not snickering, laughing and making jokes.
I believe there are "white hat" operatives in the DS that are fighting the good fight on our behalf. Maybe Trump knows this, maybe he doesn't. Based on things he said during the campaign, I think he is holding his Trump cards (pun intended), very close to his chest. He has to because he has so many enemies right next to him.
 

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I know, it's hard to stay optimistic when the news that we are fed looks bad. But that's what they want. You're not going to hear about the victories that are taking place behind the scenes by the good guys who are fighting the DS.
Which is why so many alternative news sites have been kicked off platforms like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, et al.
I suggest that when you feel overwhelmed and that Trump has been compromised, think back to two years ago when it looked like Hillary would be elected and what would it be like now, if she had.
 

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I just now saw this bit of old news:
11/30/2017

President Donald Trump has nominated Carnegie Mellon University professor Marvin Goodfriend to be a member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
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https://mises.org/power-market/marvin-goodfriend-nominated-fed-board-governors

His nomination is still pending. You might remember this guy from the cashless society thread:
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Another major speech was by an economist named Marvin Goodfriend, from Carnegie Mellon University. His speech was called The Case for Unencumbering Interest Rate Policy at the Zero Bound.

... In short, it’s a way to impose negative interest rates on physical cash.

It’s true that Goodfriend is an academic, not a policymaker. ...
https://www.pmbug.com/forum/f4/drumbeats-cashless-society-2945/index2.html#post32270
 

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The New York Sun seems to think there is still hope...
It looks like this could be the moment at which President Trump makes his move in respect of the Federal Reserve. We say that because the chatter we hear is that he’s considering nominating to its board of governors the economist Judy Shelton. The Sun endorses her heartily. It would mark a brilliant start to redeeming his campaign promises in respect of monetary policy and our central bank.

Ms. Shelton is no stranger to readers of Sun editorials — or the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal. She has long since emerged as one of the most articulate, but measured, advocates of the idea that our economic troubles spring in large part, if not exclusively, from the fiat nature of our currency. And that we need to bring back into our political economy the idea of sound money.

We wrote about Ms. Shelton when she delivered at Jackson Hole a speech challenging the notion that the gold standard was “crazy.” And also when, two years ago, she issued in the Wall Street Journal an op-ed piece about how Mr. Trump is right in suggesting that monetary manipulation is a real problem. We called her “The Woodpecker” for the way she has kept hammering away at the issue.
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More: https://www.nysun.com/editorials/trumps-ideal-nominee-for-the-fed/90559/
 

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First a follow up on the Goodfriend nomination:
Marvin Goodfriend's future as a Federal Reserve governor appears either in doubt or at least in limbo.

President Donald Trump's move in late 2017 to appoint the Carnegie Mellon economist as a central banker ran into a dead end last year when the nomination died in the Senate.

Though the White House recently sent a lengthy list of renominations Wednesday to the Senate, Goodfriend's name was not on it, putting his status in doubt, according to a Bloomberg report.
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https://www.cnbc.com/2019/01/17/goodfriends-nomination-to-the-fed-appears-in-doubt.html

Next, looks like Trump wants friends, whether they are qualified or not (I doubt the Senate confirms this one):

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday tapped Stephen Moore, a conservative economic commentator and fellow critic of Federal Reserve policy under Chairman Jerome Powell, to join the U.S. central bank’s board of governors, a move that would put a Trump loyalist inside the world’s most important financial institution.
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Before joining the conservative Heritage Foundation think tank, Moore had worked as an editorial page writer at the Wall Street Journal. He also was an adviser to Trump’s presidential campaign and holds a master’s degree in economics from George Mason University.

“I have known Steve for a long time – and have no doubt he will be an outstanding choice!” Trump wrote on Twitter on Friday.

Elsewhere on Twitter, some conservative economists and fellow Fed critics were less effusive.

“Trust me, Steve knows absolutely nothing about the Federal Reserve or monetary policy,” Bruce Bartlett, a supply-side economist who served in the Republican administrations of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, said on Twitter.

“Stephen Moore is unfit to serve on the Fed board,” monetary economist George Selgin, director of the libertarian Cato Institute’s Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives said on Twitter.
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More: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-...ll-critic-for-spot-on-fed-board-idUSKCN1R30E2
 

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President Trump said Thursday he intends to nominate former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain to the Federal Reserve's board of governors, signaling his desire to remake the nation's central bank after complaining about it for months.

The selection of Mr. Cain, following the president's decision to nominate his former campaign adviser Stephen Moore, marks an effort to install two Fed critics and loyal Trump supporters on the central bank's powerful seven-seat board.
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http://gata.org/node/18982

Idiocracy in motion...
 

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If Trump can choose the feds board members, it rather goes against the view that the Fed are actually in control and the president is just a front man ........

Or is the whole thing a charade and even the all powerful seven seat board are marching to a tune decided by shadowy others ?
 

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Trump (POTUS) nominates, Senate has to confirm. Once confirmed, neither POTUS nor Congress has any control over them (can't fire them for example).
 

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Cain is out:
Donald Trump shelved his plan to put Herman Cain on the Federal Reserve amid opposition from his own party, ...
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Cain, 73, is bowing out after a path to Senate confirmation appeared blocked. A fourth Senate Republican said earlier this month he’d oppose Cain. With Republicans holding 53 seats in the 100-seat chamber and Democrats united in their position, the loss of four Republican votes would have killed his chances of securing the necessary support.
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...an-cain-for-federal-reserve?srnd=economics-vp

BTW, The New York Sun is still advocating for Judy Shelton: https://www.nysun.com/editorials/the-right-nominee-for-the-fed/90659/
 
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