Ron Paul in his last Congressional Year may finally see an Audit of the Federal Reserve.
The House Passed Ron Paul's Audit the Fed Bill with a big majority of 327 to a minority of 98 voting against Ron Paul's bill.
Now Ron Paul's bill is in the hands of the Senate majority leader Harry Reid who supported an audit before.
Ron Paul and his liberty base want an Audit of the Fed to fuel the anger against the Fed and Bernanke has shown he knows this.
Ben Bernanke the Federal Reserve Chairman has shown that he doesn’t like such a broad audit. Bernanke has even called this audit a “nightmare scenario” last week.
Bernanke even insisted that an audit will lead to politicians second-guessing his decisions.
This just shows that Bernanke is hiding something very big and that politicians in the beginning should have second-guessed every Federal Reserve Chairman.
These are Ron Paul's last months as a Congressman as he is retiring after this term; and finally a Ron Paul bill, which is totally build around something he never thought would get attention is being openly discussed in Congress.
Congress constitutionally is suppose to be in charge of everything that the Federal Reserve does anyway. Now the majority of Congress wants their insight back after it being taken away in the past.
Brandon Immel is the Editor, Writer, and Reporter for Lemon Global. He is currently running for Ohio's 98th District State Representative for 2014 and is the Director of an Ohio based Protest Organization Group called Pro-(1)ne.