Devvy Kidd sent us the following comments and video in an email.
I’ve known Edwin Vieira for nearly 30 years. I actually spoke with him the first time around spring in 1993 via phone.
I called to ask a question about something I was going to put in my newsletter; a dear friend recommended I call Edwin. Hungry for truth and trying to be accurate, I called him and the first thing Edwin did was chew me out. He said if you put that in your newsletter you’ll look like an idiot!
Yep. So, I’m standing in my garage packing boxes to ship copies of my Bankrupt America booklet; my other friend (who recommended him and told me Edwin’s credentials) is standing here while I’m listening to Edwin. What was my reaction?
If I was a liberal I would have jumped up and down, had a hissy fit and slam down the phone. I did not. By the time I called him, I knew Edwin’s bio and respected him even though I didn’t know him. Anyway, my response was, I asked him if he could take the time to explain to me where I was incorrect or inaccurate?
He did and I’ve been very blessed to have him as my friend ever since then and someone who has patiently educated me over the decades. A man who has never received the recognition he should have received for his tome, Pieces of Eight on the “Fed”. He should have won a Pulitzer Prize in Economics.
If we had Edwin Vieira as Attorney General and Sidney Powell as Director of the FBI, it would shake Washington, D.C. into spasms.
This interview needs to be heard far and wide. 20 minutes in he really reinforces this is a criminal conspiracy and what should have been done and what needs to get done.
ABOUT EDWIN VIEIRA, PH.D, JD
Edwin Vieira, Jr., holds four degrees from Harvard: A.B. (Harvard College), A.M. and Ph.D. (Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences), and J.D. (Harvard Law School). For more than thirty years he has practiced law, with emphasis on constitutional issues. In the Supreme Court of the United States he successfully argued or briefed the cases leading to the landmark decisions Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, Chicago Teachers Union v. Hudson, and Communications Workers of America v. Beck, which established constitutional and statutory limitations on the uses to which labor unions, in both the private and the public sectors, may apply fees extracted from nonunion workers as a condition of their employment. He has written numerous monographs and articles in scholarly journals, and lectured throughout the county.
His most recent work on money and banking is the two-volume Pieces of Eight: The Monetary Powers and Disabilities of the United States Constitution (2002), the most comprehensive study in existence of American monetary law and history viewed from a constitutional perspective. He is also the co-author (under a nom de plume) of the political novel CRA$HMAKER: A Federal Affaire (2000), a not-so-fictional story of an engineered crash of the Federal Reserve System, and the political upheaval it causes. His latest book is: “How To Dethrone the Imperial Judiciary” and Constitutional “Homeland Security, Volume One, The Nation in Arms.”
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