Like the rest of America, Donald Trump is questioning whether or not the country can survive six more months of Biden’s progressive fiscal policies, let alone two and a half years.
Many of us are in utter disbelief at just how rapidly the U.S. is capable of declining after only two years of treacherous, disastrous, and destructive progressive policy, which up until this point, has been what drives the Biden-Harris administration.
The failures of the current regime are too numerous and naming them would be an act of futility, but you and your family can surely feel the financial squeeze, and the evidence of decline is palpable.
On Wednesday, a highly-anticipated inflation report was released by the Department of Labor, and, as you well know by now, it wasn’t pretty. According to the report, inflation climbed to a four-decade high in June, reaching 9.1%, though most economists believe the number is even higher.
News of the report rightfully went viral leaving many Americans questioning, “How can I survive this?”
Well, Former President Donald Trump posed the exact same question in a statement posted to his Truth Social account.
“Inflation just hit ANOTHER 40-year high of 9.1%, which is terrible for our Country,” Trump wrote.
Inflation has not reached 9.1% since December 1982, which includes the financial crisis of 2008, which Biden was also around for.
In his statement, Trump noted the price increases of common goods and services since Biden took office, including fuel, airfare, and eggs — up 60 percent, 34 percent, and 33 percent respectively.
He then asked a question so pertinent that it truly highlights Trump’s genius ability to get right to the heart of a problem using language everyone can understand:
“How can we survive this?”
Trump on the latest CRUSHING inflation number:
"How can people survive this? How can businesses survive this?" pic.twitter.com/TFMiiNlRNv
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The former president said the country was “weak” because of the Democrats and encouraged Americans to vote Republican.
“America will not allow this to go on for much longer,” Trump continued.
Meanwhile, the Biden White House was desperate to run cover following the release of June’s inflation report. While admitting the number was “unacceptably high,” Biden attempted to downplay the effects of his policies by claiming figures in the inflation report were “out-of-date.”
Biden’s economic adviser Brian Deese similarly called the report “backward-looking” and demanded more government spending in response.
Democrats can no longer say they have the best interest of America’s working class at heart. In fact, middle-class Americans have lost an average of $3,400 in annual income since Biden took office.
Author: Robert Bogart