Essentially every American (88%) believes that Biden has destroyed the economy so badly that rising rates of inflation are now part of the new normal, according to a recent survey.
The survey concludes that a majority living in the United States fear that rising costs of common goods and services are here to stay — and even get worse. This fear represents what Biden’s America has been about since the cognitively-deficient president assumed office in January.
Fear, uncertainty, chaos, devastation — that’s what it feels like to live in Biden’s America.
The shocking results come as the White House continues to confuse the public with a massive mixed-messaging campaign on the root causes of inflation. The current inflation rate stands at 5.4% with many economist predicting a rise of 2.5% through 2024 until it finally tapers off by 2026.
Still, the White House does what it does best — plays the blame game until the Mainstream Media moves on to something else. All the while the American people continue to struggle with skyrocketing prices of their necessities.
This has become a tragedy. Americans are now paying:
- 45% more for gas,
- 44% more for fuel oil,
- 5.6% more for milk, and even
- 8.4% more for bacon.
Here are the items really driving up inflation:
Car rental 87.7% (y/y change)
Used cars 45.2%
Laundry machines 29.4%
Fresh fish 6.4%
New cars 5.3%
Rent (OER) 2.3%
— Heather Long (@byHeatherLong) July 13, 2021
As a result, the American people are anxious to vote out the politicians responsible for these policies. So much so that the hashtag #BidenInflation has trended across social media platforms recently.
According to the survey, 61% said that inflation will hurt them overall and especially affect the elderly, young, and middle-income families.
In one of the highest numbers in the survey, 88% said that they consider inflation an important political issue, a sign to Washington that politicians should take notice.
The survey, and others like it showing voter concerns about higher prices, come as Biden and House and Senate Democrats are looking to spend $6 trillion more on everything from healthcare benefits to immigration and infrastructure.
Republicans, meanwhile, are trying to hold the line on spending and taxes, fearing it will supercharge inflation.
Author: Nolan Sheridan