For those who understand free markets and The Federal Reserve's impact on our future economy and money supply it was exciting when Trump started railing against The Fed during last nights debate.
We all waited for him to really hammer the point home.
Then he didnt.
Watch his response to Clinton at 2:14 below.
Yeah, he just kinda faded there at the end too.
He didn't even say "Federal Reserve"; he just kept mentioning the Fed. He really needed to spell it out for an electorate that is highly unqualified to even know what they are voting for or against.
Simplify Donald. Here's what you should have said:
"Look, you want to know why you can't get ahead!? This entire game, it's rigged against you. There's this Federal Reserve that isn't Federal at all. It's a private company. It's a cartel. It's cozy with politicians and cozy with banks and it prints free money so the banks can lend it out. That's right, free money so the banks can make money off something they get for free. The biggest tax you can ever imagine is when inflation hits you the little guy. Your money isn't as valuable as it used to be and it's the Federal Reserves' money policies continued by lousy lifelong politicians. Don't take my word for it. Go research. Go read The Creature from Jekyll Island. It'll blow your mind and you'll never vote for a lifelong politician again."
-what Donald Trump should have said.
There is a messaging problem here but Liberty is one of the easiest ideas to sell. (Not that I expect the Donald to be the standard bearer of Liberty, that's our job)
It it all starts with knowledge, though. We can't be beholden to the news media's narrative and their biased headlines for knowledge. Quite the opposite, in fact.
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