Joe Biden is desperate to convince you his policies are making America better. Are you buying it?
This Tuesday, he celebrated the passage of his “Inflation Reduction Act.” Although even Bernie Sanders admitted this bill would not lower inflation, Biden bragged about it.
Talk about bad timing!
From The Western Journal:
Data released Tuesday defied predictions that inflation might take a tumble in August.
Instead, the consumer price index saw an increase of 8.3 percent, down slightly from an 8.5 percent increase in July. Prices rose when experts had been expecting a decline…
The bad news provoked a severe Wall Street reaction. The Dow Jones average dropped 1,276.37 points, according to CNBC, with some experts saying a severe recession might be ahead.
In fact, the markets were plunging just as Biden was patting himself on the back. And Fox News was quick to show it.
But it wasn’t just conservative pundits pointing out Joe’s problem.
Ouch. Even CNN had to address the “unfortunate split screen” during Biden’s celebration.
As Biden was going on and on about the passage of his massive new tax-and-spend bill, the stock market saw its worse day in over a year.
The markets were plunging over news that inflation got worse in August. Despite all of Biden’s claims, prices are still 8.3% higher than it was a year ago.
Nobody is fooled over who’s to blame.
Our economy was recovering by the end of 2020. Biden entered office and pushed through a massive spending bill, triggering inflation.
Inflation only got worse thanks to the supply chain (left unfixed by Joe) and rising gas prices (directly a result of his policies).
Now, Biden thinks he can convince Americans he is doing something, even as the markets dropped.
Many experts say we are already in a recession. But Biden continues to play make-believe with our lives.
- Joe Biden celebrated his inflation bill, as the markets were tanking.
- Stocks plummeted on news that inflation has gotten worse.
- Even CNN had to point out the problem.
Source: The Western Journal, YouTube, YouTube