The following is essentially a reprint from an email I received. It’s also headliner news that America’s Social Security and medicare programs are in peril of being slashed by a private committee to pay for a war that was planned to continue in perpetuity, without an end. Feinstein and the ominous Federal Reserve needs to be stopped in their tracks. Remember the Federal Reserve plundered nearly a trillion dollars of public funds to line the pockets of giant corporations who to this day have not accounted for public funds. This was the biggest heist in the history of humankind.
The Federal Reserve is a private held corporation owned by the richest families in the world. Now they want to cut Social Security and Medicare for all Americans. It’s part of the package of The New World Order. There’s a powerful movement in Washington, D.C. demanding big cuts to Social Security and Medicare benefits. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, bought and paid for by these powerful families, told Congress on Thursday that those “entitlement” programs should be slashed to bring the budget under control, instead of raising taxes on the wealthy who have benefited from his bailouts.
Sen. Feinstein and her powerful forces demand Congress cede special legislative power to an unelected commission convened to slash government spending on Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. The commission would be able to offer legislation in both chambers of Congress that could not be filibustered or amended and that would pass on simple majority vote.
You can bet Dianne Feinstein won’t be eating cat food. But that may not be true for seniors, low-income people and other at-risk folks if she gets her way.
The threat? Sen. Feinstein has publicly declared that she wants other Democrats agree to create what some are calling the “cat food commission” — a backdoor attempt to make critical cuts to Social Security and Medicare that will endanger the lives of our nation’s senior citizens.
Please join the Campaign and tell Sen. Feinstein that she needs to get her priorities straight — and place the needs of senior citizens over devastating cuts to the the programs that safeguard their health and well-being.