The Federal Reserve has a role to play in the election process. We already know they are directing this bubble-blown economy in a way central bankers have never done before.
by James Corbett
The International Forecaster
Are you an American citizen worried that your vote in this November’s election is going to be stolen? Do you fear that the voting machines are rigged? That the results on (s)election day will not accurately reflect the actual votes cast?
Well you’re not alone. Once the realm of crazed conspiracy theorists (by which, of course, I mean whistleblowers with first-hand knowledge who testified on the record), vote rigging, hacking and tampering is now entering the mainstream consciousness thanks to our friends at the Department of Homeland Security. After all, as you may have seen on the last edition of New World Next Week, the DHS is now considering whether to declare the electoral process as “critical infrastructure.”