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Biden’s White House Closet Swings Open – Joe’s Chief Of Staff Klain Claims Inflation Is Just A ‘High-Class Problem’
By Adam Casalino|October 14, 2021
Biden’s White House Closet Swings Open – Joe’s Chief Of Staff Klain Claims Inflation Is Just A ‘High-Class Problem’

What’s Happening:

It’s no secret that the United States is grappling with numerous crises. Most Americans are worried about problems that could affect their bottom line. Instead of finding real-world solutions to those problems, Biden appears to be only making them worse.

His policies since the start of the year trigger inflation, a worker shortage, and rising fuel costs. Americans from all walks of life are struggling to make ends meet, as prices continue to rise. But apparently, Joe’s chief of staff doesn’t see it that way.

In fact, he thinks you should be happy this is going on.

From Fox News:

Ronald Klain, the White House chief of staff, was criticized online late Wednesday after he retweeted a post from a Harvard professor that summed up our top economic issues as “high class problems.”…

“Struggling to pay for food, fuel, and housing because of rising prices is not a ‘high class problem,’” Tommy Pigott, the rapid response director for the Republican National Committee, tweeted. “Biden is making everyone worse off, but instead of stopping the damage, their strategy is to try to gaslight Americans.”

Biden’s chief of staff retweeted a post that claimed inflation and supply chain issues are “high class problems.” It seems he is dismissing the pain millions of Americans are facing, saying it really isn’t that big of a deal. He said if unemployment was still high, this wouldn’t even be a discussion.

Odd logic, at that. And it dismisses the fact that inflation affects working-class Americans more than anyone else. People who work from paycheck to paycheck can’t afford a spike in food prices. Let alone a spike in the price of gas and other basics.

Supply chain backlogs hurt everyone, driving up prices and jeopardizing jobs. People who make a living selling goods can’t sell them if they are stuck on a boat (or aren’t being made). Small businesses struggle. Employees struggle. It could lead to long-term issues like layoffs and downturns.

Why doesn’t Klain seem to think this way? Is he so blind that he is dismissing serious issues facing our economy? Issues, by the way, that won’t go away in just a month or two.

This might seem like a one-off, but we’ve frequently heard this kind of attitude from the administration. Biden dismissed rising costs and the worker shortage. His energy head said we should just be driving electric cars. His press secretary smugly said “We aren’t the Postal Service” in response to supply chain woes.

And now, Ronald Klain is saying inflation is a “high class problem.”

They just don’t seem to get it.

Key Takeaways:

  • Joe Biden’s chief of staff called inflation and other crises “high class problems.”
  • Users online slammed the Democrat’s response to suffering Americans.
  • Biden’s policies have contributed to rising prices, which hurts the working class.

Source: Fox News

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Adam Casalino
Adam Casalino is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal. Find his other work: www.talesofmaora.com
Adam Casalino is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal. Find his other work: www.talesofmaora.com
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