The nation and world are on the brink, awaiting official Electoral College votes to be cast on December 14, despite convincing conjectural consensus on the champion. But either way, 2020’s highly-contested U.S. presidential election reminds us that much of the country is either rabidly red or batty blue. This has resulted in a magnitude of red vs. blue conflict the likes of which we have rarely seen before.
The purported stark contrasts between both sides, however, ring empty in regards to the monetary policies these two parties employ. Especially so over the previous five decades, while they swapped control over the executive branch of the United States. These staunchly disputed differences of position appear to be shallow and essentially meaningless — with both sides hardly commentating, let alone differentiating, on monetary policy.
The Federal Reserve supposedly maintains its political independence, however the data suggests that the private legalized monetary cartel has in fact been influenced by the Oval Office and U.S. Treasury, depending on the general direction of the controlling regime. As such, decisions from the Executive Office of the United States of America have major implications on the integrity of the United States dollar.
We can possibly glean some insight from historical presidential precedence by composing volumetric evidence of what these two political parties have done historically at the helm of the monetary printing presses. This political printing analysis is important and applicable today, given the sheer volume of monetary expansion that has been and is still occurring. It is also especially important in regard to Bitcoin because either Donald J. Trump or Joseph R. Biden have been in the office of president or vice president since January 20, 2009, just days after the Bitcoin network Genesis Block on January 3, 2009.
M1 And M2
Money may be the root of all evil, but what is it made of?…