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Yesterday the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by .75 percent – the biggest

increase we’ve seen by the Fed since 1994 – in an attempt to combat rising

inflation and the falling stock market.

Obviously, an increase in rates will likely have an effect on the housing market,

and other borrowing-based industries. But the overall thought behind a move like

this is that by making money more expensive to borrow, consumers will spend

less, forcing prices to come back down. But there are others who believe,

justifiably, that this could just make things worse. Especially as the Fed

contributed to this mess, and it seems now like they may have waited too long for

an interest hike to help.

As ACLJ Director of Policy Harry Hutchison explained:

"The Fed got us in this mess to some extent because they essentially expanded

the money supply by three or four fold over the last five or six years. Now some

of this was driven by the pandemic. And then you also have a large portion of

government spending that was driven by the pandemic. So I think what the Fed

is now saying is we are beginning to go into a hole, so we need to stop digging.

I would have increased the interest rates. I probably would have gone up fifty

basis points as opposed to three-quarters. I would have also done it much

sooner. I think if you had done it sooner, then you could have moderated the

inflation rate."

He’s absolutely right. The Federal Reserve was too slow to the gate to deal with

this. A modest increase in the interest rate six months ago might’ve lessened the

blow and even tempered some of this down. In addition, a little foresight on the

part of the Biden Administration and proactive policy decisions might have

prevented the predicament the American people are struggling with now.

We all see how this inflation affects our daily lives. We spoke with a caller who

said he’s had to stop funding his 401K for the time being just to be able to pay

the bills and provide for his family. And he’s not alone. American families are

having to make tough choices right now. I posed the question to all ACLJ

members as to whether they’re finding themselves forced to make different

decisions with their money right now, out of concern for what’s happening

economically. How are the energy crisis and supply chain issues that are driving

up prices affecting you?

ACLJ Senior Advisor for National Security and Foreign Policy Ric Grenell joined

us to offer his analysis of the current economic crisis and echoed what we always

say at the ACLJ – elections have consequences and bad policies create bad


"I have to say that the Democrats for most of my life have tried to, and maybe

you could argue successfully ‘own’ the middle class and young people, where

they were able to say ‘we’re for the working class.’ I think the whole thing has

flipped. I think Donald Trump brought in an emphasis on the working class. In

middle America, there are people who are union members, who are struggling

paycheck to paycheck, and they saw their lives be so much better under Donald

Trump. Taxes were cut. Gas was low. Their 401K was just exploding. And they

looked at the world and they heard Donald Trump say other people around the

world, allies, need to start paying their fair share. Don’t rely on American

taxpayers to pay everything.

That really allowed the stock market to say ok maybe we’re going to start

spending on our own infrastructure, we’re going to start spending on our own

situation, our own people. And that in turn bred a huge stock market increase,

faith in the American system. That has all imploded under Joe Biden and now

what we see on a daily basis is people filling up their cars and it’s way too

expensive. Their 401k is imploding. And the biggest thing is fear about the future.

That’s what the Democrats have given us."

We will see how this rate hike affects prices around the country, and if it really

does have a positive effect. But it is only one step. There is much for this

Administration to do if they really want to provide relief to the American people.

Today’s full Sekulow broadcast includes even more in-depth discussion of this

move by the Fed and the impact it could have on struggling American families.