Joe Biden is completely losing what’s left of his feeble mind.
The cognitively deficient President can no longer handle negative remarks about his failing economy and is on a mission to correct the record before November’s midterms.
Will it do any good? Absolutely not.
There’s no amount of propaganda in this world that can convince Americans to believe Joe Biden’s economy is worth a damn. There aren’t enough “experts” in the world to change the minds of voters who haven’t forgotten how much easier life was a mere two years ago.
Meanwhile, Joe Biden is coming unglued as it seems not even the liberal media can stand behind his policies.
On Tuesday, the failing President ranted and raved during a speech at the 29th AFL-CIO Convention in Philadelphia. He screamed into the microphone, hoping to emphasis his rage at those who accuse him of “reckless spending” during an inflationary period.
Biden attempted to debunk Republicans’ claims that he is a “big spender” and contributing to a rising deficit. He said the administration will cut the deficit by another $1.6 trillion in one year.
“We have spent a lot of money, let’s compare the facts,” Biden said, before attacking Trump’s economy.
Biden claimed that under the Trump administration “the deficit exploded,” yet economic data doesn’t seem to line up with Joe’s claims. President Trump did in fact spend a lot of money and would certainly not be considered “fiscally conservative” under the previous Republican definition.
However, Trump spent money to build up the U.S. military, protect our borders, and save our economy. The federal government received a windfall of cash under the Trump administration as he was an ardent supporter of economic tariffs against adversaries. Trump also forced other NATO countries to match America’s investments in global security and invested in a border wall along the US-Mexico border.
Trump was unfortunately hit with a global pandemic, so spending certainly increased at that time as well.
Joe Biden, conversely, is making his investments overseas. He’s wasting trillions upon trillions to push a political agenda that does nothing besides make every more expensive and less efficient. Biden is spending billions to radically transform this country into a globalist hell hole, like Europe.
“I don’t want to hear any more of these lies about reckless spending. We’re changing people’s lives!” he shouted.
Biden, visibly angry: "I don't want to hear anymore of these lies about reckless spending. We're changing people's lives!" pic.twitter.com/0I3OgmIJGD
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The president has taken credit for the drop in deficit spending when in actuality it has been drastically reduced due to the end of emergency pandemic spending, according to FactCheck.org. Shortly after he took office, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimated the deficit to drop by $874 billion in 2021.
However, after Biden passed the American Rescue Plan, the deficit was then expected to drop by $124 billion instead, FactCheck reported. The legislation is expected to raise the national debt by $3.8 trillion by 2031, according to the CBO.
Sleepy Joe must’ve forgotten the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill he signed into law on Nov. 15 as well. According to the Budget Office, the bill will add $256 billion to the nation’s debt over the next decade.
Luckily, Biden’s “Build Back Better” legislation failed to pass Congress, but if passed would’ve added another $367 billion to the national debt. Lest we forget, his “Build Back Better” package was solely a social spending bill.
Biden acknowledge the skyrocketing inflation rate during his Tuesday speech but failed to admit it is a result of his own fiscal policies. Like a slap in the face, Biden said inflation is “sapping the strength of a lot of families” yet still maintains his path forward is the correct one.
Meanwhile, the current inflation rate is the highest its been in four decades, rising 8.6% in May alone.
The mentally retarded President proceeded to blame Republican lawmakers for blocking his political agenda, which he claims will “bring down costs for ordinary families.”
But if that were the case, then why wouldn’t Republicans want to pass it?
Author: Sebastian Hayworth