President Joe Biden, sucking down ice cream, recently argued that the American economy is “strong as hell,” but nobody is buying the senile Democrat’s lies, and it could be a big issue for his party come midterms.
“Our economy is strong as hell — the internals of it,” Biden said to reporters during a Baskin-Robbins ice cream stop in Portland.
Biden acknowledged inflation was an issue, but falsely claimed that other parts of the world were worse off than the United States.
“Inflation is worldwide,” he said. “It’s worse off everywhere else than it is in the United States.”
A Pew Research Center analysis from June actually revealed that inflation in the United States is worse than in many major countries around the world, including Germany, Canada, France, Mexico, and China.
Biden also went on to say that the economic problems are stemming entirely from other countries – not the U.S.
“The problem is the lack of economic growth and sound policy in other countries, not so much ours,” he said. “And that’s having, it’s worldwide inflation, and it’s consequential.”
But as the Democrats continue to push the lie that Biden has delivered ‘economic prosperity,’ hoping that Americans are just dumb enough to buy it – that’s certainly not the case.
A recent CBS poll (which tends to be left leaning) found that a majority of Americans believe that the economy is going downhill fast, and the Biden administration is at fault.
Democrats have used their powerful allies in the media to somehow redefine the meaning of a recession, but the fact of the matter is we have certainly entered one and the American people are wholly aware.
The poll found that more than 70 percent of voters believe Biden’s policies are responsible for the current state of the economy, with 45 percent saying he is to blame “a great deal.”
A delusional 15 percent said they believe the economy is getting better while 65 percent believe the economy is getting worse.
The poll also found that more than two thirds (68%) believe the Biden administration is failing on the inflation front, saying they could be doing more to fight inflation.
This comes as inflation continues to soar to record highs, with recent economic data showing that the Core CPI for September had surged to 6.6 percent – a 40 year high.
Even economists over at far-left Bloomberg news are forecasting that the U.S. will “100 percent” be in a recession within the next 12 months.
The probability models maintained by Bloomberg economists Anna Wong and Eliza Winger had previously shown just a 65 percent chance of a recession over the next 12 months – signaling things are certainly getting worse.
Bloomberg News admitted that this is “a blow to President Joe Biden’s economic messaging ahead of the November elections.”