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Janet Yellen Is Freaking Out About ‘Audit The Fed’ – Here Are 100 Reasons Why She Should Be

http://investmentwatchblog.com/janet-yellen-is-freaking-out-about-audit-the-fed-here-are-100-reasons-why-she-should-be/

Janet Yellen is very alarmed that some members of Congress want to conduct a comprehensive audit of the Federal Reserve for the first time since it was created. 

If the Fed is doing everything correctly, why should Yellen be alarmed? 

What does she have to hide? 

During testimony before Congress on Tuesday, she made “central bank independence” sound like it was the holy grail. 

Even though every other government function is debated politically in this country, Yellen insists that what the Federal Reserve does is “too important” to be influenced by the American people. 

Does any other government agency ever dare to make that claim? 

But of course the Federal Reserve is not a government agency. 

It is a private banking cartel that has far more power over our money and our economy than anyone else does. 

And later on in this article I am going to share with you dozens of reasons why Congress should shut it down.

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