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Biden’s Week in Review

Biden’s Week in Review

Joe Biden spent another week hiding from reporters and lying to voters about his disastrous, America Last record.

  • The Pentagon on Monday revealed that the cost of Biden’s offshore pier to get aid into Gaza had almost doubled from its original budget of $180 million to $320 million.
    • 1,000 U.S. servicemen and women have been deployed to construct and maintain the pier, placing them directly in harm’s way within range of Hamas rockets.
    • Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Tuesday acknowledged that “troops working on the construction of a floating pier off the coast of Gaza could possibly be shot.”
  • During earnings calls this week, executives from corporate giants like McDonald’s, 3M, and Coca-Cola all confirmed how inflation has strained household budgets, particularly for low-income consumers.
    • “Consumers,” McDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski said on Tuesday, “continue to be even more discriminating with every dollar that they spend as they faced elevated prices in their day-to-day spending.”
  • CBS News reported on Tuesday that the Biden administration is considering allowing Palestinians from Gaza into the country as refugees, risking U.S. national security.
    • In response to President Trump’s correct statement that Biden risks allowing an October 7th-style terror attack in the United States, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre dodged, claiming “no comment.”
  • On Wednesday, CBS in Pittsburgh reported, “Advocates say there is a growing hunger problem in Pennsylvania. Anti-hunger resources say rising food prices and increased demand are straining the state’s charitable food network.”
  • Pro-Hamas and pro-Israel protestors found a moment of agreement at the University of Alabama on Wednesday, as the two sides united in chants of “F— Joe Biden.”
  • Biden arrived looking lost and confused in North Carolina on Thursday in his campaign’s latest attempt to gaslight Americans about the dismal state of our economy.
    • Biden claimed his economic plan “is beginning to work.” However, inflation is on the rise again with overall prices up 19.4% since he took office.
    • North Carolinians know the truth: Biden is “nothing short of an absolute disaster.”
  • Biden ended the week with a disastrous employment report, which missed economists’ projections by nearly 70,000 jobs.
    • Unemployment ticked up to 3.9%, while underemployment rose even higher, to its highest level since November 2021.
    • The number of people who are working multiple jobs to make ends meet rose 8.8% over the last year, and is up 27.8% since January 2021.
  • Biden continued to reward illegal immigrants and prioritize them over American citizens with his announcement Friday that illegals can “access federally run health insurance.”

How many more weeks like this can America afford?

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