Ryan E.
July 29, 2023

Mike Pence Reveals Plan To End Biden 'Nightmare'

Mike Pence, America's former vice president, who is also a current Republican presidential candidate, made waves on July 26 when he unveiled his ideas for combating the "inflation nightmare" that Joe Biden has unleashed upon America.

According to Pence, he knows the best way to do it:

With a "four-point policy plan."

"Government cannot spend its way to prosperity, and yet Joe Biden is set on dismantling our once great economy and hurting families who can no longer afford food or find a good paying job," America's former vice president said in a press release.

Amongst the ideas listed in Pence's plan are "plans to end Biden’s student loan debt transfer, ending the Environmental Protection Agency altogether, and defunding 'Biden’s IRS Army.'"

Pence has already banged the drum of fiscal responsibility once this year, breaking with much of the Republican field when he admitted that Social Security and Medicare need to be reformed because America simply doesn't have the money to keep paying for them in the future.

According to Pence, we can either choose what cuts to make now, or we can deal with the "automatic cuts" once the money runs out.

Pence believes that getting out ahead of the situation would benefit America most.

"It isn’t just that they’re going bankrupt. It’s that there will be automatic cuts when they do," Pence said. "Literally, programs people depend on, go to the mailbox to get the checks for, go to the doctor and expect, will be cut if we don’t deal with those issues in the short term. In the long term, if we allow our national debt to grow to $150 trillion in the next 25 years, all the choices for my three granddaughters and for our children and grandchildren will be bad."

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