Goldbug Nomination Dead For Now

One of the few upsides of the Trump-Virus running through the halls of Congress is that too many Republican Senators were opposed or out sick or quarantined to confirm the nomination of Prznint McGrifter’s goldbug, Judy Shelton, to the board of the Federal Reserve. Actually she’s more than a goldbug, she doesn’t think that there should be a Federal Reserve.

Through whatever machinations and skullduggery, amply be-chinned #MoscowMitch will be able to bring her nomination back up again before the next Congress. You know, if Senators don’t keep keeling over from the Trump-Virus.

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6 Responses to Goldbug Nomination Dead For Now

  1. donnah says:

    This administration is as determined as ever to blow up the government, and now that they’re leaving, they’ll pull out all the stops. Installing more incompetent and dangerous people into positions of power, even in these waning weeks, Trump and his cronies aided by Mitch, are making things harder for Biden and his team. I hope Ol’ Handsome Joe brings the hazmat suits, shovels, and firehoses to wash these criminals out.

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    • MDavis says:

      One of the best things about Biden, considering what he’s up against in the upcoming transfer, is that he has years of experience and a really comprehensive Rolodex from all his previous years of service.

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  2. If they make it past Thanksgiving break he’s got yet another D vote NO to contend with, since Mark Kelley will be a real live Senator after the 30th…

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  3. Ten Bears says:

    Nice gig you got there Mitch, be a shame if anything happened to it.

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  4. T_Reg says:

    I think her appointment could be a positive; she’s talked about dissolving the Fed. Since the Fed is now a major part of the process whereby wealth is transferred to the rich, it’s disappearance would IMO be a good thing. Of course, the trillions upon trillions it’s accrued as debt, and the many trillions it’s created out of thin air, won’t magically disappear with it.


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