Senate Banking Committee recommends Stanley Fischer without objection

April 29, 2014

Without debate or meaningful discussion of any kind, the Senate Banking Committee recommended the 3 nominations for the Fed en banc, including that of Stanley Fischer. There was no objection.

Senator Charles Schumer indicated that he had a statement on Stanley Fischer that he wished inserted into the record. How one finds that record or statement is a good question.

http://www.banking.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Hearings.Hearing&Hearing_ID=64da4448-f35a-4daf-aef0-f926d5f202f2

This is democracy?

By approving Stanley Fischer’s nomination without debate or discussion after being notified of the consequences, they assumed financial liability for all the conspiracies that Fischer is part of. Fischer has no immunity for these. His actions as a government employee that further these conspiracies have no immunity.

The above is draft and preliminary. All disclaimers apply.

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