Ryan E.
August 13, 2023

Biden Says He Wishes 'Inflation Reduction Act' Had Been Called Something Else

It's rare that liberals are willing to admit their mistakes, but a very surprising person among them just proved to be a one-time exception to the rule:

Joe Biden.

Recently, he expressed his regret over calling America's failed Inflation Reduction Act by that name.

According to Biden, he knew that the bill was never going to reduce inflation.

He just called it that because it sounded good.

By saying that, he is admitting that he lied to about 300 million Americans.

The president knew exactly what he was doing.

The "dealing with providing for alternatives that generate economic growth" act doesn't have the same ring to it, so Biden just lied to America.

He knew that the act wasn't going to reduce inflation, but he still promised us it would anyway.

"I wish I hadn't called it that because it has less to do with reducing inflation than it does to do with dealing with providing for alternatives that generate economic growth," Biden told donors in Utah on Aug. 9. He went on:

We're now in a situation where if you take a look at what we're doing in the Inflation Reduction Act, we're literally reducing the cost of people being able to make their — meet their basic needs.

It's weird that Biden is choosing now to admit that the Inflation Reduction Act was nothing but lies, as he's on a tour promoting the legislation anyhow.

I understand that Biden is trying to gain credibility by putting the blame on us for misunderstanding what the Inflation Reduction Act was supposed to do, but this isn't a very good look.

By telling us that the act wasn't supposed to do anything that Biden said it would, he's making himself look less honest, not more credible.

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