Reminder: America Was in a ‘National Debt Crisis’ in 2019 and a ‘Liquidity Crisis’ Occurred in the $2-4 Trillion ‘Repo Market’ in September of the Same Year

Here’s a reminder of how the United States was acknowledged to be (even by the mainstream media) in the midst of a “national debt crisis” toward the end of 2019, just before the COVID-19 “pandemic” hit. Not only had the government’s debt surpassed $22 trillion, but there was a key indicator of financial collapse in September of the same year: a liquidity crisis in the $2-4 trillion “repo” market that required the Federal Reserve to continuously pump more than $125 billion dollars into it.