Senator Elizabeth Warren Opposes “Audit The Fed” Bill

February 15, 2015   |   John Vibes

John Vibes
February 15, 2014

(ANTIMEDIASenator Elizabeth Warren, the pro-establishment puppet who pretends to be a champion of the people, has recently announced her opposition to the “Audit The Fed” bill, because it would allow for too much “meddling” in monetary policy.

It is true that the Federal Reserve should be abolished immediately, auditing the Federal Reserve is a move that is far too little far too late, but the recent “Audit The Fed” bill is at least a symbolic statement against central banking in the United States.

However, Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to prevent this bill because it could possibly make too many changes to the central banking system, although in reality it doesn’t allow for enough changes to be made.

On Tuesday, Warren made a statement saying that the proposed legislation was “dangerous.”

“I strongly support and continue to press for greater congressional oversight of the Fed’s regulatory and supervisory responsibilities, and I believe the Fed’s balance sheet should be regularly audited – which the law already requires, but I oppose the current version of this bill because it promotes congressional meddling in the Fed’s monetary policy decisions, which risks politicizing those decisions and may have dangerous implications for financial stability and the health of the global economy,” Warren said.

In other words, she wants the central banking in America, and in the rest of the world to remain exactly as it is. Additionally, her comments also reveal that she does not want central banking to become a mainstream or “politicized” issue.

Despite her favor among mainstream liberals, Warren has proven herself to be an enemy of freedom. In the past, Warren has spoken in favor of drug prohibition, gun prohibition, and war in the middle east.


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  1. If there is a problem, you audit everything. The pentagon sucks away most of our money. Auditing needs to start there and every single thing needs to be audited.

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  2. Talking out of both sides of her mouth. How can you have more over site with out a full audit to know where over site should be placed?

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  3. “I strongly support and continue to press for greater congressional oversight of the Fed’s regulatory and supervisory responsibilities, and I believe the Fed’s balance sheet should be regularly audited – which the law already requires,” Ms. Warren said in an emailed statement. “But I oppose the current version of this bill because it promotes congressional meddling in the Fed’s monetary policy decisions, which risks politicizing those decisions and may have dangerous implications for financial stability and the health of the global economy.” http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/02/11/1363933/-Elizabeth-Warren-will-not-back-ridiculous-Audit-the-Fed-bill … the problem is with the bill, not with the idea.

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  4. Seems weird how there is ALWAYS a problem with the bill.

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  5. Rik Jones So, if bipartisan support is necessary, there's a ready solution for that: get the two of them in a room to talk things over and sort out the problems.

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  6. Michael Rudnin I think there have been private meetings for along time, and nothing has been done. We have been under this "Federal Reserve" for just over 100 yrs. Do you not agree our country is headed for a major crash? If so, then we need to look at the people put in-charge. That means a full audit. That also means having mechanisms in place to fix problems we discover during our audit. We can issue our own currency. We do not need the Private Federal Reserve to charge us to do it. The problem we have with this government is our politicians are paid off by the fed and other bankers to pass and hold off legislation. This would be the case here with this politician.

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  7. Rik Jones I have three problems with the Federal Reserve. 1: They're lending money with interest to banks, necessitating that there will not be enough money in circulation and perpetual debt. 2: The cumulative inflation and debasement of the currency would indicate that our current money only has 5% of the buying power it had a century ago before the Federal Reserve came into being. 3: All of this is done in secrecy, for which an open audit would largely correct. I cannot predict if another crash like the one in 2008 that nearly bankrupted America will happen again in the near future, but with the financial black hole that is the 700 trillion derivatives market, it seems an eventuality. As for politicians, our biggest problem is money in politics corrupting the system, but that money is coming from the billionaire class and their mega-corporations, not from the Federal Reserve directly.

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  8. The Fed is a Cabal with Cult like Opportunists its time they all went to jail !~~!

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  9. Robert Cox One step at a time. First step would be an open audit to uncover evidence, determine who may be guilty, and to what extent.

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  10. The Federal Reserve bank owns this country and us because of the loans it has made to us to keep this country afloat, make no mistake about what is really going on with the IRS collection arm of the Federal Reserve Bank…(:>)

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  11. By "politicized", I think she meant the Dems and Repubs would fight over it.

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  12. The Fed is just a "tar baby" central bank and they are paid to take the anger of the public while the government funnels its costs through it and in a slight of hand gives the Fed the right to "print" money with which it buys the US Treasury "bonds" which enable the US government to keep shovelling out all those payments to Congress, Agencies, Industries, Military and internationals in achieving needed support for the global government and of course, all of us in one way or another.

    I marvel at so called intelligent Americans who carp constantly at the Central Bank since without it there would be no payments for anything to any American and our government would have collapsed a century ago and we would be all like the Mid East is today, region fighting region.

    Senator Warren is where she is because she recognizes the facts. Ron Paul does too but he is weary of the "patching" and would prefer the collapse and a new start over. So would I but I do not believe any of my progeny would elect that!

    Be Careful what you wish for because without the Fed, the US givernment cannot pay a single salary or bill for anything and neither can the private sector. If you are sitting on a pot of gold, even silver, you might survive but your neighbors cannot and that means trouble you can't handle!

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  13. By the by, any audit of the Fed means nothing without an audit of the Federal Givernment, its many agencies. Since the USA has been operating without a proper budget for two decades now, how can you even affect an audit of the FED which serves the government by "selling" its unredeemable bonds which are funnelled as reserves to every bank which them must transmit any movable assets to Washington just to keep that fiction going. Ron Paul knows this and that is why he got our of Congress just in case they did vote an audit. It is also why his son, Rand, is "backsliding" on the issue!

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  14. Warren's just another bankster puppet. Same as Jeb.

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  15. This article is screwed up and makes many fool statements. For sure a repudlican site. Trash like this is really not needed. We have out foxed noise not news for this kind of crap. She pretends was all I needed to see. This site is a clown show.

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