Monday , 21 August 2017


Don't Believe the Hype and the Lies About the American Economy! Here are the Facts

Please don’t believe the hype that the American economy is healing. While it is true that some data is showing improvement, the true fundamentals of the economy continue to erode… Don’t believe the lie that the Fed’s money printing is laying fallow at the central bank and that inflation isn’t harming the American middle class and the economy. [Let me tell you the truth!]

So said Michael Pento (www.pentoport.com) in edited excerpts from his interview with King World News which can be read here in its entirety.

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