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Biden’s Week In Review

Biden’s Week In Review

It’s Friday, and that means it’s the end of another catastrophic week for Joe Biden and the country. Americans are facing even more pain at the pump and at the grocery store, and all Biden has to offer are lies and embarrassing gaffes. It’s no wonder he’s hiding from debating President Donald Trump.

  • Biden began the week by doing what he does best – lie.
    • Biden falsely claimed in Wisconsin on Monday that he was the first in his family to go to college, a lie that was debunked nearly forty years ago during his first run for president in 1987.
  • On Tuesday, Former White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain criticized Joe Biden behind closed doors for not focusing on inflation: “I tell you, if you go into the grocery store, you go to the grocery store and, you know, eggs and milk are expensive.”
    • This follows Klain’s comments last week, when he said Biden needs “to make more progress” on inflation: “Prices are too high…people feel that pinch.”
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics CPI data revealed on Wednesday morning what hard-working Americans already know to be true: Inflation never went away, and it’s getting worse.
    • Inflation surged past expectations for the third month in a row – coming in at 3.5% year-over-year in March.
    • Prices are up an unaffordable 19.4% since Biden took office in January 2021, but a breakdown of the numbers is even worse:
      • The price of gallon of gas has soared over 50%, eggs are up 49%, household repair costs are up 41%, baby food is 31% more expensive, electricity costs 29% more, groceries are over 21% more expensive, rent is up 20% – all thanks to Bidenflation.
    • The average American family has lost $23,760 paying for Joe Biden’s cost of living crisis.
  • At a press conference on Wednesday, Biden boldly lied to the American people in response to the painful inflation numbers, claiming that he had “dramatically reduced inflation.” and that “inflation was skyrocketing” when he took office (it was at a healthy 1.4%).
    • It was a rough press conference for Biden, who struggled to read scripted answers from his notes, lost his list of pre-approved reporters to call on, and proudly declared he was living in last century.
  • Data published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia on Wednesday painted another dire picture of the state of our economy, showing that credit card delinquency reached its highest level ever recorded.
  • NBC News on Thursday proved just how much Biden’s open border policies are putting Americans in danger when they uncovered that an Afghan illegal immigrant on the terrorist watchlist spent almost one year living inside the United States after being released by the Biden administration last year.
  • On Friday, a shocking Redfin report discovered that nearly 40% of U.S. renters expect the American Dream of owning their own home will forever be out of reach – a substantial increase from 27% just last year.
  • Yet another example of blatant Biden hypocrisy was exposed on Friday when Axios reported that the DNC picked up Biden’s $1.5 million legal tab covering Robert Hur’s investigation into his criminal mishandling of classified documents.

How many more weeks like this can America afford?

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