Fed Meeting today 6/15/2022

Capital1Hawk

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Absolutely, shut downs were understandable in the infancy of the pandemic, when we thought the death rate could be 5-10%. Trump gave out way too much money and has a hand in what we’re facing today.

Then the Dems come in after we have developed a vaccine and knowing the death rate was much lower than initially feared. They insist inflation is nil and demand more stimulus and extended shutdowns to “save lives”. “Save lives” my ass. It was maybe 20% “saving lives” and 80% establishing control. There was no way they could let Trump claim that he did more to help people than they did, so they “one-upped” him by dragging the Covid BS out as long as they could.

Trump was a total shit-stain, but the Biden administration has a brown spot growing in the back of their britches that could be the size of a manure pit by the time we see the other side of what we’re facing.
Bashing both administrations. Love it and that’s the truth. Time to pay for their sins.
 
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Absolutely, shut downs were understandable in the infancy of the pandemic, when we thought the death rate could be 5-10%. Trump gave out way too much money and has a hand in what we’re facing today.

Then the Dems come in after we have developed a vaccine and knowing the death rate was much lower than initially feared. They insist inflation is nil and demand more stimulus and extended shutdowns to “save lives”. “Save lives” my ass. It was maybe 20% “saving lives” and 80% establishing control. There was no way they could let Trump claim that he did more to help people than they did, so they “one-upped” him by dragging the Covid BS out as long as they could.

Trump was a total shit-stain, but the Biden administration has a brown spot growing in the back of their britches that could be the size of a manure pit by the time we see the other side of what we’re facing.
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