Huge Recession Could Begin, as Fed Moves on Interest Rates; Trump Blasts Dems for Using Jan. 6 Narrative to Coverup Biden’s Failures

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The United States is expected to slip into a large-scale recession, as the Federal Reserve weighs raising interest rates by anywhere from a 50 to 100 point basis. This is being compared to the financial crisis of the 1970s, when then-Fed Chair Paul Volcker raised interest rates that sent the economy into a recession, in order to reduce the rising levels of inflation.

Meanwhile, the World Economic Forum (WEF) is proposing a new type of COVID-19 health pass, which can be used at airports and other locations. All they need is your blood.

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