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Catherine Austin Fitts, TN Legislators Host Nov. 6 Discussion on Financial Concerns

The Tennessee Chapter of Children’s Health Defense will host financial analyst Catherine Austin Fitts and a panel of TN legislators on Nov. 6 in Rogersville to discuss current financial concerns and solutions.

The event is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 6, at 6 p.m. at Cherokee High School.

Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) is different than bank-issued credit and debit cards or payment apps. CBDC is digital money issued by a country’s central bank—in the United States that would be the Federal Reserve.

Currently, the Federal Reserve is considering creating a CBDC, and financial experts such as Catherine Austin Fitts are warning of the potential loss of freedom this means to all Americans.

Cash transactions can be completely anonymous, untraceable, and uncontrollable, but governments can monitor and control every single CBDC transaction. China launched a CBDC in 2020.

Combined with their “social credit system” that rewards or punishes individuals for behaviors the communist government seeks to control, CBDC is further empowering the Chinese government to silence dissent in areas such as human rights and political dissent.

Representative Bud Hulsey recently said that he has never seen so much tyranny coming out of the U.S. federal government, particularly the federal branch of government.

“I spend half my nights before I go to sleep, saying what can I do, what should we do, and what could we do to keep Tennessee people free from tyranny.” He continued, “When I look at the horizon out there, there’s a lot of evil coming against this nation, and one of the biggest ones that scares me the most is all the Federal Reserve people are now talking about Central Bank Digital Currency. That scares me to death. Because you do understand that when we go to Central Bank Digital Currency, you and I lose our liberty.”

Among the legislators who will attend are Rep. Bud Hulsey, Sen. Frank Niceley, Rep. Gary Hicks, Rep. John Crawford, Rep. John Holzclaw, and Jeremy Faison. They will join Catherine Austin Fitts for Q&A in the second hour of the event.

Registration is required. To register visit:

Admission is $20, payable online via credit card, or choose to “Pay Offline” to pay by cash or check only at the door.

Children’s Health Defense is a non-profit organization with a mission to end childhood health epidemics by working aggressively to eliminate harmful exposures, hold those responsible accountable and establish safeguards to prevent future harm. We fight corruption, mass surveillance and censorship that put profits before people as well as advocate for worldwide rights to health freedom and bodily autonomy.

Bernadette Pajer

Published in The Rogersville Review - Oct 27, 2023

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