Also funny how Skousen went silent near the end when Rense called for a "Tobin tax" of 1% on all Wall Street trades, because Skousen is opposed to that and argued against it forcefully when Webster Tarpley was promoting it a few years ago.
Wall Street was against Trump because he called NAFTA the worst trade deal ever signed, called for re-negotiating or scrapping it, wants to have tariffs, and would introduce market uncertainty (actually the biggest threat to them). But Rense actually bought into thinking that therefore since Wall Street was against Trump, therefore he must be good. They pulled off the same con job prior to the 1913 Federal Reserve Act, which was presented as a compromise to what was seen as an earlier bankers' bill. The new Act was seen as good because of the 12 regional banks, which was all window dressing to appeal rural constituencies concerned the power would be concentrated in D.C. and New York.Meanwhile, as Andy Gause pointed out based on the stats, the New York division is by far the most powerful, and actually was the second-largest holder of US securities (may be #1 now).https://fauxcapitalist.com/2010/04/27/an-illegal-bank-is-the-second-largest-holder-of-u-s-treasury-securities/
On the other hand, good that Rense in the past few episodes has alluded to Jim Stone and David Wilcock being disinfo agents. From my study of him, Rense is not a deliberate disinfo agent, like Jones is. He's just an opportunist who once had good motives for getting into the "business" but enjoys his 450k lifestyle more than dumping off bad regular guests and occasional disinfo guests like Jordan Maxwell.
What a dull wit...
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