The Biden Administration has fully deployed their propaganda arm in the media to make it appear as though the economy is much stronger than it actually is – managing to change the definition of the word “recession” in the process – but they can’t change the cold hard facts.
Recent surveys have revealed that more Americans than ever before have felt their wallets impacted by the Biden economy which he claims is “strong as hell.”
A new ABC/Washington Post poll revealed that 41% of the American public say they are now in worse shape financially since Joe Biden took office – reflecting a record number in the data which has been collected for 37 years.
Compared to the same point in Donald Trump’s administration, only 13% of people said they were worse off.
The current administration has pointed to “strong” jobs data as proof that America has a “booming” economy, but we know that’s simply not the truth. Many of the new jobs added are due to people being forced to work second and third jobs just to make ends meet in this brutal economic environment. Others are jobs slowly recovering from the COVID lockdowns which wreaked havoc on businesses across many different sectors, lockdowns which Biden happened to support IMMENSELY.
There has also been significant concern surrounding the tabulation of the job data – and we know the Democrats LOVE to fudge numbers in their favor, i.e., COVID, Elections, etc.
At the same time, inflation remains high even as interest rates rise towards 2008-recession levels and wages have absolutely not caught up – creating a situation where everything is expensive, and the people can afford nothing.
Growth has stalled around the country and blue states are feeling the worst of it, but don’t worry, the Biden administration says everything is fine! Sadly, the gullible supporters in the hardest hit states are also the most likely to believe the White House lies.
This painful economy could be at least partially responsible for Biden’s dreadful approval numbers – with just 37 percent approval for handling the economy, 38 percent on the war in Ukraine and 28 percent on the immigration situation at the Mexican border. The public by a broad 62-36 percent would be disappointed or even angry if he were re-elected, rather than enthusiastic or satisfied.
Even amongst the Democrats, Americans are tired of seeing him in the White House. 6 in 10 Democrats do not want to see Biden run for a second term. The push for Biden to step down has been growing for the past year, with the senile old man proving he simply does not belong in the position.
Even the most far-left media outlets have admitted it’s time for Biden to go, like the Washington Post who said that the fledgling economy could be partially behind people’s desires to see him replaced.