A zero interest rate policy, unlimited asset buying, Wall Street bailouts, etc. This is a never-ending monetary accommodation that leaves you asking: What else will the Fed do after inflation averaging?
Eventually, loose monetary policy will damage real savings to the point that the economy can no longer sustain sufficient economic growth. At that point, it will become clear that money printing can't create economic growth.
Those who advocate for a "weak dollar" to encourage trade with American firms show how little confidence there is in American industry. Meanwhile, cheapening the dollar punishes savers and ordinary workers.