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$22 Trillion Crisis: America’s Founders Would Face-Slap Today’s Politicians

Marvin Dumont
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America’s $22 trillion national debt is transforming the land of the free into a dystopian wasteland of citizens who are enslaved to bondholders. (Bond, as in debt instrument, is rooted in the word “bondage,” meaning slavery.)

US National Debt Crosses Another Disastrous Milestone

On February 14, Valentine’s Day, the national debt reached $22.02 trillion, or $67,000 for every man, woman, and child. The accumulated debt reflects politicians’ love for deficit spending: In 2018, the federal government spent nearly $1.2 trillion more than it collected in taxes. (Annual spending totaled $4.4 trillion.)

There’s actually an online petition to sell Montana to Canada for $1 trillion. Things aren’t that desperate yet, but the day of reckoning is approaching. However, politicians don’t care. And that’d shock great men like George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, and others if they were alive to witness Washington D.C.’s dysfunction, irrationality, and perhaps high treason.

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