Biden Has a Plan to Stop Inflation – Do You Need a Coffee Pot?


The pathetic joke on Americans is that our president has dementia and couldn’t possibly be running anything. Worse yet, Democrats found that so beneficial they’re running someone similar for senator from Pennsylvania, John Fetterman. Ultimately, we are fortunate because we can get a tax rebate on a coffee pot or a new refrigerator we can’t afford under the Inflation Reduction Act.

Joe Biden might think he’s fooling people with his rah-rah speeches on how great the economy is, but it’s not working. We’re on to him and it.

Nonetheless, people do fall in line. CEOs, and media personalities, are all pretending we’re not in a recession yet. The standard measure that was always used is now ignored. Two-quarters of negative GDP spelled recession, but under Biden, we pretend it isn’t.

According to a survey released Thursday by The Conference Board, nearly all CEOs are readying for the U.S. economy to fall into a recession.

The survey, The Conference Board Measure of CEO Confidence, found that 98% of CEOs were preparing for a U.S. recession over the next year or year-and-a-half. That figure is five percentage points higher than in the third-quarter survey.

They probably feel that way because WE ARE IN A RECESSION. The Inflation Reduction Act was always a joke on taxpayers. It doesn’t reduce inflation. It’s a payoff to their favorite supporters.

But at least you can get a tax rebate on that new coffee pot you hope to buy.

Thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act, you can go out and buy thousands of dollars worth of appliances and get a tax rebate.

He’s not concerned about the dollar. “Our economy is as strong as Hell,” he said. People shouldn’t bother talking with Biden. It’s a complete waste of time.

Another muddled story follows. Does he believe what he’s saying? He messes up every story. Some might be partly true. It’s just another day in our new America with a figurehead with dementia for president and invisible people running things from behind the curtain.

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