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Friday, January 6, 2017

Trump supporter and Congressman from Tennessee Thomas Massie is looking to drain the swamp where it hurts the most, the Federal Reserve. And on the Senate side Rand Paul has taken up his father, Ron Paul’s cornerstone legislation.

A similar bill under under President Obama, stalled in the Senate and didn’t stand a chance, but with a President Trump it looks far more likely to pass.

Back on the campaign trail, Donald Trump even chided Senator Ted Cruz about his failure to vote on what he called an “important” vote.

The goal of the bill is to EXPOSE the dirty, corruption that happens within the Federal Reserve that affects the value of our hard-earned dollars and impacts interest rates that effect everything from our mortgages to what we pay at the gas pump.

Thomas Massie explained the bill, “It is time to force the Federal Reserve to operate by the same standards of transparency and accountability to the taxpayers that we should demand of all government agencies.”

Previous versions of the bill have passed the House but stalled in the Senate with Democrats blocking and the ever looming veto of President Obama. Now Republicans control the Senate, the House and the Presidency and this is the perfect time to clean up Washington D.C., starting with one of the nastiest institutions that dictates almost everything in our daily lives!

Thomas Massie is right it’s time these shadow bankers are forced into the light where all their dirty tricks are exposed to the American people.

No longer will the American people be bogged down in the swamp. We are going to drain it! And people are already making their voices heard by signing this petition telling Congress, once and for all, to audit the Fed!

Share if you want Donald Trump to DRAIN THE WASHINGTON DC SWAMP!

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