America Responds to Biden’s Economic Lies on Kimmel

Rather than talk to a real journalist this week, Biden broke his 4-month drought with the media on late-night TV with Kimmel.

The interview was a complete joke, with Kimmel refusing to push back on anything Joe said.

While Kimmel may not have done his job, America as a whole is calling Biden out for the lies he spewed.

Not Right, Joe

Biden tried to tout an improving economy.

Biden has also stated that were it not for the high prices of energy and food, the economy would be on the upswing.

Well, first off, energy and food are what drive the economy, as they are regular purchases for everyone in this country, so you just can’t eliminate them from the picture.

Regardless, most did not agree with Biden at all.

Here are just a few of the replies from Americans via Fox News’ man-on-the-street interviews.

Tom, from New Jersey: “I think inflation is really going to hurt the economy going forward.

“Doesn’t seem to be stopping, and oil and gas, I don’t see that mitigating, so it’s going to hurt.”

Hemish, from New York: “I’m not sure how great the economy is going.

“But I do know inflation is very high and everybody is frustrated.”

Kathy, from New Jersey: “Times are really tough right now with the gas prices going up, and every item when I go food shopping is 20% more post-COVID.”

Joe Biden even got hit for choosing Kimmel, with one man saying, “He goes on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’—like c’mon, he’s the president of the United States. He’s desperate.”

People are finally waking up, as you simply cannot argue with the fact our bank accounts are getting crushed by inflation right now.

Sorry, Joe, but your little field trip with Kimmel backfired completely.

Source: Fox News


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