Happy to. The Federal Reserve claims to print money. They claim this and the news repeats it so people will think there's going to be hyperinflation and will spend more money rather than save it (and so hopefully keeping deflation from happening, which is partially what happened in 2020).
However, none of this is true. Instead, they extend bank reserves to banks. These are not money nor considered like money. In fact this isn't how money is made at all. Everything I've said here is easily verifiable and out in the open too. It's not a secret and no conspiracies needed. They're not printing, period.
The difficulty I have with the claim that they are not printing:
Whether it's QE or the 0.25% interest rates, the Fed still manages to dramatically increase the money supply, which in turn appears to inflate asset prices. Someone found a 0.9 correlation with the money supply and the price of the S&P.
The 2020 covid recession was, by some measures, the most severe recession in all of recorded history. Yet the S&P is still significantly higher than it was before the lockdowns.
I don't see how I can reconcile "they're not printing, period" with the stock market still going up. You're saying ALL of this increase is due to:
people will think there's going to be hyperinflation and will spend more money rather than save it
Yet that flies in the face of money supply correlations with the S&P:
The relation between the stock market and money supply is examined at different lags to formulate a predictive model for the stock market.