G. McConway
January 18, 2023

GOP Responds to Biden Allegations

Joe Biden was out pandering for minority votes again this week, this time appearing at Al Sharpton's National Action Network (NAN).

Biden spent most of his speech being Joe the Divider, absolutely shredding Republicans.

At one point, he called them "fiscally demented," while at the same time telling fiscal lies about his own administration that have been debunked many times over.


Biden was appearing at NAN doing a Martin Luther King, Jr. address.

During his talk, Biden claimed that he reduced the federal deficit by $350 billion, an outright lie that has been fact-checked by the Washington Post.

Then Biden stated, "And this year? The federal deficit is down $1 trillion-plus. Hear me, that's a fact."

Uhm, not really, because we are still operating in the red and Biden is using numbers from the height of the pandemic to twist the narrative.

He then added, regarding Republicans, "These guys, they're fiscally demented, I think. They don't quite get it."

Based on the lack of response from the audience, I don't think they got it either…

Senator Katie Britt (R-AL) responded, "President Biden's reckless tax-and-spend policies have fueled generationally high inflation and crushed Americans who are simply trying to make ends meet."

"He's hired 87,000 new IRS agents, while leaving our Border Patrol agents short-handed to deal with the unprecedented national security and humanitarian crisis he caused at the border.

"And he's turned to just about every foreign adversary possible instead of unleashing American energy independence."

"Meanwhile, Republicans want to keep more money in hardworking families' pockets, make life more affordable, not leave our children and our children's children with a crippling national debt, secure the border, safeguard our communities from violent crime and the fentanyl epidemic, protect parental rights, and ensure our military is the best equipped, resourced, and trained in the world to keep our service members safe and our nation strong."

Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) added, "President Biden took office, prices have risen 13.7%, inflation has been above 6% for 15 consecutive months, and the U.S. debt has reached over $30 trillion for the first time in history.

"Despite what the President claims, the Democrats' reckless spending will add $4.8 trillion in new deficit spending over the next 10 years. If wanting a balanced budget is 'fiscally demented,' I'm not sure what you would call the economic devastation under President Biden's leadership."

Former White House doctor and current Republican Representative from Texas, Robby Jackson, added, "Attacking Republicans, calling us 'fiscally demented' while Washington Democrats spent at historic levels during the Biden administration to fund their Green New Deal and other liberal priorities is hypocritical.

"The new Republican House majority is dedicated to improving the lives of the American people by lowering taxes, balancing the budget, and working to get our country out of debt. Meanwhile, the Biden Administration is dead set on putting America LAST!"

Biden had a long two years ahead of him, especially now that the media is starting to come around.

Source: Fox News

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