Biden Deflects Blame for Inflation

Joe has finally admitted that inflation is going to be here for a minute.

However, he is still not taking the blame for any of it.

Biden continued to blame everyone but himself for the problem during a Wednesday appearance.

Not Me

There are clearly other factors that contributed to the inflation problem in this country.

Warnings were being given out even when Trump was in office about all the money the government was throwing around and the impact it would have.

However, Biden’s continued reckless spending and policies made it far worse than it ever should have been.

The real key, at least in my opinion, was Biden hammering the gas and oil industry.

As I have stated many times, when gasoline goes up, it drives the price of everything else up, leading us to this mess.

Biden continues to blame Putin, even though the invasion of Ukraine is only responsible for some of the rising costs.

He is also blaming the pandemic.

Oh, and one more thing… the Republican Party.

Biden stated, “Congressional Republicans talk about inflation, but their only plan is to raise taxes on working families, taking even more money out of their pockets.”

He continued, “If they are serious about inflation, they should send me the bipartisan innovation bill to bolster our supply chains and make more in America, along with legislation that cuts costs and cuts the deficit, reducing families’ prescription drug and utility bills and restoring fairness to our tax code.”

Donald Trump begged Democrats to work with him when he was in office, and they spit in his face.

Yet, now Biden wants Republicans to give him the keys to the solution.

You have the White House, the House, and the tie-breaking vote in the Senate.

You figure it out, Joe.

Source: New York Post


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