“We’ve done so much, no one knows the effects yet” – RedState
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Oh, Joe, bless your ignorant heart; you don’t even see the irony. Yes, your intentionally destructive policies have “done so much” harm to everyday American families that “no one knows the effects” of how bad things are – and how long it will take to recover after leaving office, of one way or another.
Biden on Tuesday defended his hapless “US rescue planfor the umpteenth time arguing that the (at least) $1.9 trillion spending spree has allowed local governments to keep paying their employees (which does nothing to improve productivity). He also bragged about his extra trillions in spending on government-subsidized health care, manufacturing, infrastructure, and so-called “green energy.”
Biden’s claim wasn’t just nonsense; it was a direct contradiction to Economics 101: Pumping trillions of dollars into a struggling economy to chase a relatively limited supply of goods and services usually leads to a increase in inflation – not one lessen, as the Biden team continues to dishonestly claim.
Additionally, Biden’s continued strategy of “fight against inflationwhile redistributing billions of dollars of wealth from those who have earned it to those who have not, ignores the root causes of inflation: set monetary and fiscal policywithout increasing public expenditure (taxpayers).
Nevertheless, a distraught Joe boasted:
We adopted the American rescue plan. Now everyone knows that, but we’ve done so much that no one knows the effects yet. It just kicked in. So many things you’re going to find out that we’ve already done that we haven’t been able to implement yet.
Really, Joe? Last name a. [Cue the crickets.]
Biden being Biden, he kept piling it deeper and deeper:
What is most exciting is that people are beginning to feel a sense of optimism and the impact of these legislative achievements on their own lives. This will accelerate in the coming months. We’re going to be the supply chain. And the difference is that we’re going to make the supply chain available to the rest of the world. We will no longer be hostages.
Lies aside, what does that mean? “We’re going to be the supply chain and make it accessible to the rest of the world.” Who writes this stuff? Obviously the managers who can just push him past Biden and allow him to make fun of himselfin their place.
As he lied, Biden even bragged that inflation is “starting to slow.”
“This is good news for the holiday season,” he said, while admitting that inflation “would take time to return to normal levels” and that “we could see some setbacks on the way. road”. Us too, Joe, us too. By the way, how many times have we heard Biden sing this song? Where’s the beef, Joe?
Biden also tried to identify with the Michigan workers he was talking to, comparing them to the people he grew up with in Delaware.
You felt left out for a long time. … The economy has left you behind, fast-moving industries, you have been left behind. I understand well. My family understands that. Hear me. We won’t leave anyone out this time.
“This time”? When does the first time happen on Biden’s watch?
Biden’s speech was nothing more than a typical Democratic boilerplate, devoid of specifics and designed to hopefully buy time with uninformed Democratic voters — until Joe & Co. found out what to do next. While Republicans are expected to regain control of the House in January, at least Biden, and Senate majority Chuck Schumer will be castrated for the next two years. Do this should be castrated.
Then, of course, comes the critical general election of 2024 for all marbles.
Speaking of marbles, let’s hope enough Republican voters don’t lose. theirs and intentionally spoiling the presidential election.
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