G. McConway
September 14, 2023

Kemp Declares State of Emergency Due to Bidenomics

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is making his move to help constituents push back against Bidenomics.

This week, Kemp declared a state of emergency in Georgia, reported ABC News.

As one of the measures, Kemp has suspended the gas tax in the state.

Kemp on the Attack

Kemp used rising inflation and the high cost of gasoline as the reason behind the declaration.

If you recall, I said in the spring when gas prices started to come down that this was only a temporary fix, and that once winter rolled around, and oil demand started to rise, we would see the same thing we saw last year.

This is not brain surgery… we see this cycle almost every year, just not as extreme. Now the lack of oil production and the fact that Joe Biden has just about tapped out our emergency reserve offers no relief for the natural rise in demand.

And when gasoline prices go up, everything goes up due to higher transportation costs.

Kemp stated, "From runaway federal spending to policies that hamstring domestic energy production, all Bidenomics has done is take more money out of the pockets of the middle class.

"While high prices continue to hit family budgets, hardworking Georgians deserve real relief and that's why I signed an executive order today to deliver it directly to them at the pump.

"Working with partners in the General Assembly, we'll continue to help Georgians weather the economic headwinds caused by this president, his administration, and their allies in Congress," reported the Daily Wire.

In the overall scheme of things, Kemp's move will only save Georgians about $7 when they fill their tanks, but it is more about getting this out there and bringing national attention to something the mainstream media is ignoring.

In case you did not notice, inflation ticked back up by 0.6 in August, and it was up 3.7% over last year, yet it is getting little staying power in the media.

The warning signs are there, so start saving your pennies.

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