Beijing Joe O’Biden claims to have “invented” the stupid term ULTRA MAGAs to try to disparage Trump’s 79 million supporters but, like everything else he and his stupid cabal of traitors and haters have done, it is back firing.
Watch Biden using disinformation to create a false narrative that Republicans want to raise taxes when in fact they want to lower taxes on every working American.
Let me tell you about this Ultra-MAGA Agenda.pic.twitter.com/Cl41pqMEX1
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) May 5, 2022
He is using Sal Alinsky’s 5th Rule for Radicals,
“Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. There is no defense. It’s irrational. It’s infuriating. It also works as a key pressure point to force the enemy into concessions.”
Here Biden blaming crippling inflation rate on ‘MAGA King’ Donald Trump. Perhaps someone needs to tell Biden, his administration and the Democrat Party that Donald J. Trump is not the president? Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. is.
The Republican Party 2021 Platform states:
Republicans believe in liberty, economic prosperity, preserving American values and traditions, and restoring the American dream for every citizen of this great nation. As a party, we support policies that seek to achieve those goals.
Our platform is centered on stimulating economic growth for all Americans, protecting constitutionally-guaranteed freedoms, ensuring the integrity of our elections, and maintaining our national security. We are working to preserve America’s greatness for our children and grandchildren.
The Republican Party’s legacy — we were originally founded in 1854 for the purpose of ending slavery — compels us to patriotically defend America’s values. As the left attempts to destroy what makes America great, the Republican Party is standing in the breach to defend our nation and way of life
— Ashley Parker (@AshleyRParker) May 13, 2022
With the midterm elections approaching, President Joe Biden has pledged to tackle skyrocketing prices, but experts suggest that his economic strategy worsened the current inflationary run.
After spending most of 2021 insisting that factors driving prices up across all commercial goods were “transitory,” Biden and top administration officials have spent recent months pushing the president’s big spending plans as a means of lowering costs for the public.
Wages have risen nominally across the president’s first 15 months in office, something the president has claimed could be improved by passing his expansive, costly social safety net proposals, but they have failed to keep pace with rising prices. The latest Consumer Price Index data saw prices jump 8.3% annually in April, compared to just a 0.3% rise in hourly wages.
The White House and Biden himself pivoted in February to blaming inflation on Russia’s war in Ukraine, referring to historic highs in the cost of gasoline and food as “Putin’s price hike.” Sanctions placed on Russia did cause oil, natural gas, and food prices to jump across the globe, but core inflation, which factors out energy and food prices, rose 0.6% in the United States in the last month alone.
Furthermore, while prices are currently a problem for the entire intentional community, U.S. core inflation is rising at a higher rate than in other countries and has been since mid-2021, and a growing number of economists and private-sector figures place the blame squarely on Biden’s first stimulus package, the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan.
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