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    Where's the $21 trillion ?

    Dr. Mark Skidmore - Financial Crisis Might Be Best Thing
    •Nov 23, 2019
    Greg Hunter
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    Michigan State Economics Professor Mark Skidmore revealed there was $21 trillion in what he calls “missing money” from the Department of Defense (DOD) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) two years ago. This was a stunning revelation and the biggest auditing discovery in the history of accounting. This is being ignored by academia, government and the MSM, but you cannot pretend there will be no consequences forever. Dr. Skidmore says, “The financial crisis that may come in the near future may not be the worst thing. That may be the best thing so we can reset and get a footing in reality and something that has integrity. I am concerned we won’t turn back and move in the right direction. What does it mean to my children when a government can say we can just create fake books and pretend they are real? This sure looks like a giant fraud to me. . . . These unsupported adjustments are a sign of fraud. Why don’t we look?”

    Join Greg Hunter of as he goes One-on-One with Michigan State Professor Dr. Mark Skidmore, who discovered $21 trillion in ‘missing’ federal money.

    Dr. Skidmore's daughter, Maria, created a song and music video about this.

    Missing Money
    •Nov 14, 2019
    The Solari Report
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    Public accounting and Public accounting academia is very much part of our republic's total CORRUPTION MELTDOWN.

    It is easy peasy for our state and federal agencies public funds accountants to move money around in accounts to hide and deceive and keep fraud and financial abuse and theft of taxpayers' dollars at an all-time high. This does not even require a formal rule/regulation change to the administrative code. It can be, and is done every day, by administrators' fiat decisions.

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