Skip to comments.Face the Nation Fails to Probe Fed Official on INSANE Six-Week Lockdown Idea
Posted on 08/03/2020 9:59:00 AM PDT by JV3MRC
The localized lockdowns werent bad enough. Fill-in host and former Face the Nation anchor John Dickerson failed to push back on Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Neel Kashkaris proposal that the entire country go into a month-long national economic shutdown. GDP fell 9.5 percent in the second quarter, and at least 30 million are unemployed, in-part due to the lockdowns and stay-at-home orders imposed by states. Apparently those factors werent significant enough for Dickerson to push back on a proposal for a national economic lockdown.
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I sometimes think it would be appropriate to reboot the brains of everyone in the media so that they lose their inherent bias.
A nation wide lockdown? Are you out of your ever loving mind?!
The Federal Reserve and everybody involved in it are not our friends and they certainly do not have our best interests at heart. They are the epitome of the deep state.
PS some of them aren’t very bright either, just despotic.
That’s a good brand of cigars.
Kashkari is a Bush deep-stater from the ‘08 bailouts.
“The Federal Reserve and everybody involved in it are not our friends”
You can say that again. The Fed Reserve was the single greatest mistake in the history of our country. Past examples never made it very far because the people resisted and threw them out. This last one stuck though.....
BINGO!....gave away the farm to some and bankrupt others...
Rewarded his and Bush's friends and punished their enemies...
Yea. A forty-five caliber reboot.
Everyone who proposes and agrees with these insane ideas, needs to donate all their money to the cause.
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