It's the only way I can make sense of the stock market not being in shambles already. It should have kicked the bucket back in 2016, or maybe earlier, but when the fed said they'd unwind QE and raise rates at the same time, and then we saw the biggest, most unwarranted boom for two years. Thats the exact opposite of what should happen when you say to the market, "Hey! I'm gonna start dumping trillions in securities and make leverage cost money again!" Yes, part of that was the tax cuts, but tax cuts don't blow bubbles, fed policy does.
So, it seems likely enough that they're still doing QE to some capacity and while they might be raising rates, they're probably offsetting the hikes with inflation. And why would they willingly do this? We all know kikes like the Rothschilds control control these central banks, and it would seem that kikes have nothing to gain from keeping the economy together for Trump.
I've been considering the possibility that the military (or some other player) has seized the fed in some way and is coercing them to keep this up.
My question is this: is there anything else that points to this being the case?