Americans are fed up.
Time and time again we have been lied to about what is going on with our leadership. The world is full of problems right now and we have a fool at the helm making decisions.
For a while I was holding out hope that these problems in our economy would just be temporary and we could continue to grow, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Check out what just got released today:
This is the eleventh straight month of inflation above 5 percent. Prices rose at an annual rate of 8.5 percent in March. Core CPI, which excludes food and energy, rose 0.6 percent, well above the 0.4 percent estimate. Compared with a year ago, core prices were up 6.2 percent, above the 6.0 percent expected.
When will Biden start taking responsibility for this catastrophe he is inflicting up Americans? It seems like every press conference he’s blaming it on something else
The reality of the situation is that we did this to ourselves. You can’t print trillions of dollars and hand out free money without it having dire consequences for the delicate balance of the market.
Many will take this example and say see this is why capitalism and free markets don’t work well. But in fact, the opposite is true.
Prices and demand were already balanced without the outside influence. When you come in and start throwing around crazy “funny money” then it throws the whole system out of whack and takes time to get back in order.
Unfortunately, that time is costing you and I dearly.
The silver lining?
Biden’s latest approval ratings just came in. And boy, it’s not looking good for him.
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll Wednesday shows that 40% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Biden’s job performance. Fifty-nine percent (59%) disapprove.
First of all, let me say how mind-blowing it is that 40% of people still approve of what Biden is doing. I mean take a second and really think about how insane that is.
Luckily the majority of America is waking up to what a nightmare this administration really is. I can only hope that trend continues until the elections are here and we can get some relief from this madness.
The question you really need to ask yourself is, do you feel better off than you were before 2020?