Posts Tagged ‘House of Representatives’

We often hear or refer to Congressional gridlock; now an accepted cliché helplessly alluding to apparent inability of the House of Representatives or U.S. Senate to effectively legislate on behalf the American people or usefully serve their Main Street constituency in any positive or fiduciarily responsible manner.  This malfeasant, sometimes treasonous behavior is euphemistically attributed to rancorous Democrat/Republican adversity, normalized by compromised media pundits to the point, no solution appears possible.  Non-stop identity politicking, finger pointing and exhaustive pandering wear down even the most vigilant of voters, boosting financial survival and cultural chaos back into top, family priority positions, with political candor and leadership integrity falling off the radar until two weeks before election day.

BUT is this really the case?  I don’t buy it.

Elected members and appointed staff of Washington D.C.‘s bicameral Congress are apparently so deeply bought and paid for by special interests they no longer qualify as even mid-level managers.  They’ve willingly reduced themselves to paid lackeys, water boys and girls, 100% beholden to the money and press coverage provided by deep state order-followers who handle their pathetic careers in corrupt government; of money, by money, for the power to keep that money harvesting machine oiled and rolling along.

For those few instances when the carrot doesn’t work and one of our well-dressed Congressional lackey’s dares an independent thought or just wasn’t paying attention– whamo – out comes the control-file stick with negative press, scandals, financial difficulties, credit problems… and if necessary, accidents for pets, friends, associates or family members.  Problem solved; Main Street shafted; global syndicate happy.

Once we begin to get our Main Street arms around the enormity of D.C. corruption, enabled via complete acquiescence and complicity of MSM, we can begin to see how deep this infection runs.  It’s not a D and R skin abrasion; it’s full on, metastasizing, globalist cancer.

So, is Congress gridlocked?  Sure it is, though not because of liberals or conservatives, Democrats or Republicans.  That silly paradigm is controlled opposition hogwash designed to occupy distracted Main Street minds from seeing the cause of the infection. The systemic core infection from our Main Street viewpoint, is fiat currency, i.e. debt currency enabling ownership and operation of all controlled political conflict by the same global syndicate, via control of the money supply.  Fiat money makes big corrupt government possible by empowering government growth while eliminating the need for revolution inducing direct taxation.  Sovereign debt replaces direct taxation with future obligations and the invisible inflation tax, lulling tax paying voters into complacency, thereby disabling transparency, accountability and any attempt by competent bureaucrats to manage the bloated, parasitical beast, rampaging loose in D.C.

A two-Party, fake news dialectic effectively locked into one single globalist agenda via Fascist control of government by transnational monopoly interests, some might say mercantile interests, singularly aligned with the global syndicate totalitarian agenda; enforced by shadow government operatives; co-dependently enabled by the false promises to Main Street of social justice, security and nanny state freebies… all of which can be earned by giving up the 2nd Amendment, which by proxy gives up the 1st amendment along with any vestigial allusion of self-governance.

The D.C. legislative cancer problem we deal with today, is elected, so-called representatives traditionally selling themselves to the most-feared bidder for so many decades; both Houses of Congress are run not by elected Congressional lackeys, but by outside interests we the people don’t even know.  Making matters worse, some of those interests are malevolent regarding humanity.  In D.C. today, representatives are so completely owned and operated by outside third parties, even if we could find a Congressperson who wished to coordinate a coalition of the willing to do something on behalf their constituencies – they likely couldn’t do it.

Congressional coalitions today, are built by outside third-party interests, not by Congressional persons themselves.  Congresspersons today are not decider guys and gals; they’re just pathetic puppets voting on bills they haven’t read, handed to them by lobbyists, all the while dancing on control-file strings.  We watch on C-SPAN as Congressional puppets attend hearings and committee meetings where they mindlessly read their controlled opposition sound bites and pompously parrot prepared notes, sometimes clearly surprised as they publicly and embarrassingly read what they’ve just been handed by staff.

The latest hysterical example occurred April 10th, 2019 when House Financial Services Committee Chairperson, Maxine Waters ignorantly attacked a panel of bankers regarding the student loan default crisis (and no, I’m, not defending bankers).  This vacuous California Congresswoman was either mindlessly parroting questions written for her or worse, doesn’t know the corrupt  Obama Administration took over the student loan program in 2010.  This is the state of our very expensive 116th United States Congress and it doesn’t look much like self-governance.

So, our Main Street question for today is; how do we fix this corrupt mess?  The corrupted House and Senate have neutered themselves into legislative irrelevance for any issue beyond harvesting constituent wealth and money laundering.  What can Main Street do to aid the Trump Administration in releasing the treasonous shadow government’s, control-file choke-hold on Congressional Representatives?  Members of our bi-cameral Congress appear to have complicitly created a corrupt circumstance in which they are no longer capable of acting on behalf their constituency.  They have effectively castrated themselves into Constitutional political impotency.  We the people of Main Street will now have to bail them out and save our Republic — but how do we do that?  Just askin’?

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