Louis McFadden Introduces a Resolution Indicting the Federal Reserve Board for “Having Treasonably Conspired and Acted Against the Peace and Security of the US”

On the 13th of January 1932 Louis T. McFadden had introduced a resolution indicting the Federal Reserve Board of Governors for “Criminal Conspiracy”:

“Whereas I charge them, jointly and severally, with the crime of having treasonably conspired and acted against the peace and security of the United States and having treasonably conspired to destroy constitutional government in the United States. Resolved, that the Committee on the Judiciary is authorized and directed as a whole or by subcommittee to investigate the official conduct of the Federal Reserve Board and agents to determine whether, in the opinion of the said committee, they have been guilty of any high crime or misdemeanor which in the contemplation of the Constitution requires the interposition of the Constitutional powers of the House.”

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