Samson » September 29th, 2021
Republicans block legislation to raise US debt ceiling
28th September, 2021
Republicans in the US Senate blocked legislation to launch the debate on raising the government’s debt ceiling and avoiding a new government shutdown after December 3rd.
The legislation was supported by 48 senators, while 50 opposed, and the legislation needed 60 votes to pass.
House Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer changed his vote at the last minute from “yes” to “no,” which would lead to a re-vote.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has warned Congress that the US could default if the government debt ceiling is not raised by October 1, when the new fiscal year begins.
In the absence of the green light to raise the debt ceiling, the US Treasury will likely run out of its borrowing capacity between October 15 and November 4.
The US authorities also need funding to continue the government’s work, as the funding allocated so far ends on December 3, and the government threatens to close a new after this date if the necessary legislation on funding is not voted on. LINK
GFulcher66 » September 29th, 2021
Could this combined with the company going bankrupt in China be the domino’s that fall that create the black swan event to transfer us into the new system the IQD will be a part of imo? Getting interesting now until the 18th of October! Kim Clement said they would fall in the fall
Source: Dinar Recaps
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