September 7, 2023

Biden Brags About America's Economic Success Despite Soaring Prices, Inflation

President Joe Biden bragged on Labor Day that America has the lowest rate of inflation among major world economies, despite rising prices hurting Americans.

Biden's argument that Bidenomics is "working," the majority of Americans are not seeing the benefits.

"As I said a thousand times, there is no quit in America. None. All I hear from my friends on the other side, what they say is wrong with America. They keep telling us America is failing. They're wrong," Biden said Monday.

"I've got news for them. America has the strongest economy in the world right now today. Lowest inflation rate among any major economy, 13.5 million new jobs," Biden said. "America isn’t failing. America is winning, and the rest of the world knows it. That's why our friends and allies are looking to us," he continued.

Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) blasted Biden's leadership which has often included his trips to the beach or other vacation destinations rather than helping the American people.

"We have millions of illegal immigrants pouring across our borders. Violent crime is surging. Inflation is crushing hard-working Americans. Our enemies around the world are emboldened," Stefanik posted.

"Meanwhile, Joe Biden is filmed on the beach. Shameful," she added.

Despite inflation being lower, it remains much higher under the Biden administration than at any time in the last 40 years.

The prices are especially hurtful as income is not increasing enough to compensate, leading to a greater impact on middle and low-income American families and those on fixed incomes.

Biden may claim the economy is better but Americans aren't buying it. Most feel in a worse situation under Biden's policies and remain eager for any kind of relief.

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