After the Economy Implodes, Who You Gonna Blame?

Banking and Monetary Policy

Kurt Nimmo

The financial bubble will burst soon and Trump will own it.

There’s plenty of blame to go around, however. Responsibility must be taken by those who so enthusiastically supported him and ignored all the warning signs flashing and blaring like four alarm fire trucks.

I’m talking about the alt-right crew led by Drudge, Breitbart, and Infowars, to name the most prominent. They have remained silent on Trump’s betrayal and insist he can still make things right. This is nothing if not delusion manifest.

Instead of demanding Trump do something about the bankster cartel at the Federal Reserve—as he promised during the campaign—and also put an end to the trillion dollar wars, also as promised, the alt-right crew is engaged in a running battle with their ideological polar opposites, the equally deluded Democrats, the Nuevo Marxists, and social warriors out on the extreme fringe.

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