This is bad beyond description, as it displays total ignorance of the difference between interest rate determination in fixed vs floating exchange rate regimes, which may be the only thing standing between this disaster of an economy and unimaginable prosperity.
Worse is that it goes unchallenged, apart from the still relatively small MMT community.
Lawmakers and investors shouldn’t take comfort in low U.S. borrowing costs because markets are often “complacent” about the risk from excessive deficit spending, said James Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
“When it does blow up it will be too late,” Bullard said in an interview last month in New York. “When markets lose confidence in the U.S. and say that they don’t trust us any more, rates will skyrocket and the crisis will be upon you.”