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Congress was unaware of $7.77 trillion in secret Fed loans ahead of TARP vote

The Federal Reserve doled out a staggering $7.77 trillion in secret loans in an effort to stabilize banks during the financial crisis — cheap money from the public purse that the banks subsequently lent out at higher rates for a profit of $13 billion dollars.

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Congress is irrelevent.

Congress is irrelevent.

Congress was also unaware that the New York Fed snuck...

...out of our country all the gold of the U.S. Treasury in the 1920's. That is why FDR had to forbid the hoarding of gold, because the government didn't have any. The Rothschild's trusts stole our gold.

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