As we start the first full week of September, we really need to discuss the sealed indictments, silver, and the stock market bubble…
OK. “So what Half Dollar, you’re talking about nearly two years ago, and that’s all changed now!”.
So let’s go to uscourts.gov and look to see, this 4th of September, 2018, just how many federal judge vacancies there are:
Looks like there are 148 vacancies to me.
With the 108 from when Trump took office, to the 46 he demanded hand in their resignations, that gives us a total of 154 vacancies shortly after Trump became President. Since there are 148 vacancies currently, we can say, in other words, that only 6 judges have been confirmed by Congress since Trump became President.
OK, “But Half Dollar, there are 80 nominees pending!”.
Another good point, but that does not mean they will be appointed, and it also means that nearly half of the vacancies have nobody appointed. Furthermore, so close to the mid-term elections, I’m pretty sure there is much more politicking and campaigning and generally not confirming federal judges going on.
This brings me to that ever growing list of “sealed indictments”.
Here’s a question: When did 45,000 grand juries convene and listen to all the evidence presented against all of these traitors?
And not one sealed indictment has been leaked?
What are the odds of that?
Everything else under the sun has been leaked, yet not one of the 45,000 sealed indictments?
How many people would be working on 45,000 sealed indictments?
Seems like a lot to me.
Here’s another question, what if, say, there is an average of 3 names per indictment, so we’re really not talking about 45,000 people arrested and charged with something, but 135,000 people?
Here’s a third question: Did the federal court system just push a “pause” button to focus solely on all these sealed indictments in lieu of all the other business the federal court system conducts?
I think those questions are all valid questions, that we should all be asking too.
The government can barely function as it is with its day-to-day activities, yet not only has the government become so efficient all of the sudden that it can not only perform its day-to-day activities, but also come up with 45,000 sealed indictments in addition to everything else it does?
Something doesn’t make sense here.
Folks, I ask you to follow the logic with me –
It’s all about the good guys beating the bad guys, that is, it’s all about draining the swamp, locking-up the Deep State, putting an end to the child sex trafficking, and all of that evil, nasty stuff, and we are talking about Federal charges here – racketeering, trafficking, treason, etc.
Now, it is safe to assume the vast majority of these are going to be in New York, California and Washington DC. Sure, there may be some in Podunk, Alabama, but that’s not where the Deep State calls home or conducts the majority of its illicit businesses.
Here’s the logic, and I’ll present it in the form of a question: How in the world could the already overwhelmed federal court system handle these 45,000 sealed indictments of high crimes and despicable acts of treason and what not?
President Trump can’t even get regular federal judges appointed, yet there are going to be mass arrests?
And then when there are mass arrests, what kind of burden will it put on, and let’s just use one agency for an example, say, the US Marshalls, to shuffle everybody around, and how much is it going to cost to not just shuffle everybody around, but also to have a minimum of 45,000 court trials?
OK, “But Half Dollar, they’ll just make plea bargains!”.
Good point, but I’m not so sure. The Deep State has deep pockets, and the corruption is rampant, and if these sealed indictments are the real deal, this is literally life or death for the Deep State. If I were a betting man, I would say the cases would get drawn out in court more often then they are settled by plea barging.
These are all serious questions I’m asking.
To me, it just doesn’t make sense.
Somebody may think that there could be a deal made with various state and local court systems, but state and local courts are already strained as it is, and the state and local budgets are already blown-out and blown-up, so I really think that dog don’t hunt.
Same goes for the hope porn of all the “military tribunals”.
The military is already overwhelmed with its day-to-day activities as it is, so that dog don’t hunt either.
I’ll just go ahead and say it: there will be no mass arrests in the way that everybody thinks they are going down.
Thank God all the Q-Anon supporters have forecast themselves into a corner by putting themselves into a “before the mid-term elections or by November at the latest” box.
Which brings me to a big difference between the sealed indictments versus silver.
You see, if we think of all the sealed indictments as paper contracts, similar to the paper silver contracts on the COMEX, we know that there is in fact demand for physical silver, and there is actual industrial use of the metal, and monetary investment demand.
We know that mathematically, there will come a point where there is simply not enough physical metal for the amount of paper contracts that have been “supplied” by the cartel, so the COMEX essentially blows-up.
Now I get it – they’re not going to just default, or have a “failure to deliver”. That will be the essence, but not the formal name of it. They’ll more than likely cancel out the contracts and cash settle, but after that point, it’s really no different than if it were a default of failure to deliver.
And at that point, silver will skyrocket in price because there will literally not be enough physical at current prices to be sourced in the quantities needed.
In other words, the actual physical metal will blow up the paper market.
See the difference.
With the sealed indictments, the actual unsealing and actually arresting and bringing all these people to trial will blow up the government.
Call it a “failure to perform”.
Or call it an “inability to function”.
So a quick market update for Tuesday.
Silver is at risk of losing $14:
The chart is breaking-down.
Gold has lost $1200 again:
Recall on Friday, I said that cartel loves to take advantage of market shortening holidays so the cartel can come in and do its dirty deeds.
Done dirt cheap.
And that is with the commercials in silver now net long as of Friday!
That is something we all need to understand. The bullion banks, that is, the agents working on behalf of the Exchange Stabilization Fund and the Fed, now stand to make money as silver rises in price.
Can silver go lower from here?
Yes, but recall the article I wrote on “premium creep” because it will become an issue.
Finally, on to the Dow.
Recall my conspiracy theorist approved, tin foil hat theory of the stock market bubble.
If you don’t recall, It’s okay. Here it is:
I think the top in the Dow will be 2666X.XX. Then the crash will happen. The “X.XX” will be the signal to the globalists of the date of the crash, so on the close of that day, or on the intra-day high, if we see something like 26669.11, then get ready for a stock market crash on Tuesday, 9-11. Didn’t something happen one Tuesday, 9-11 in some year? Hmmm. I think so. And, assuming Jim Sinclair is right about the “flavor of the day”, which I do think he is right about, as far as the globalists making the choice of what goes up, what goes down, and by how much, and knowing that the globalists are at the very minimum pure evil, and most of them are literally satanic, it would not surprise me one bit if that is how this whole thing plays out.
Here’s where the Dow stands today:
There is still a lot of trading left between now and the end of the week.
For those who don’t believe in coincidences, September 11th is next Tuesday.
The same day as the original.
– Half Dollar
About the Author
U.S. Army Iraq War Combat Veteran Paul “Half Dollar” Eberhart has an AS in Information Systems and Security from Western Technical College and a BA in Spanish from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Paul dived into gold & silver in 2009 as a natural progression from the prepper community. He is self-studied in the field of economics, an active amateur trader, and a Silver Bug at heart.