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They won't do it though since they intend to use it for their socialist/communist programs.
The slow awakening is gathering speed.
Since the US has been in bankruptcy to the FED for almost 100 hundred years, why not default on the bankruptcy and go bankrupt on it?
Congress can destroy the FED real easy by making it unlawful to pay the income tax, and by going back to getting all their income from state-to-state excise taxes and export/import taxes.