The Democrats love to boast themselves as the “party of science.” But after listening to the Democratic Debate last Saturday, one can say that this science is not economics. In fact they uttered so many lies that they should be called economics “deniers.”

First of all, they love to talk about how the middle class’ income barely rose since the 1990s compared to CEOs. There may be some truth to that statement, but it misses the elephant in the room: the Federal Reserve.

Be it in the late 1920s, 1960s, 1990s or 2000s it was one of the main culprit for inflating the economic bubbles that lead to severe depressions. Since 2008 it more than quadrupled the amount of money in circulation. Most of that money went in stocks, which greatly inflated places like the S&P 500. So the President Barack Obama “recovery,” much like President Bill Clinton’s “prosperity,” is an artificial one. And the longer we wait for the crash to happen the more it will hurt.

Of course, when it happens Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will be quick to blame Wall Street. During the debate both candidates complained that the largest six banks controlled an insane amount of transactions. But both forgot to mention that these banks grew because of the tons of regulations enacted since 2008.

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