Jim Cramer has been on the Federal Reserve's case for a couple of weeks now. 

If you haven't been watching, he's been heavily criticizing Jerome Powell, chair of the Federal Reserve, for the amount of rate hikes this year. 

But that doesn't mean that Cramer disagrees with a December rate hike. Quite the opposite, actually, he says that he would agree with the Federal Reserve's decision to rate hikes if they do, in fact, do so when the minutes are released later this month. 

Curious about Jim Cramer's stance on the Fed? He's written extensively on it for his Real Money column. 

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