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Biden Boasts About His Multi-Trillion-Dollar Disaster Again: “We Did So Much, No One Knows the Effects of It Yet”

Joe, bless your unknowing heart. You do not even realize the irony. Your deliberately damaging actions “did so much” harm to everyday American family members that “nobody knows the effects” of how bad things will become and how long it will take to heal after you've left office in one way or another.

On Tuesday, Biden stood up for his disastrous “American Rescue Plan” for the millionth time, claiming that the (at the very least) $1.9 trillion in spending enabled local governments to continue paying their employees (which doesn't help productivity). He also boasted of his additional trillions in spending for government-subsidized health care, manufacturing, infrastructure, and so-called “green energy.”

Biden's assertion was not just absurd, it was an absolute contradiction to Economics 101: injecting trillions of dollars into a struggling economy to pursue a relatively scarce quantity of goods and services usually results in an increase in inflation, not a decrease, as Biden's team continually claims.

In addition, Biden's plan to “fight inflation” while redistributing billions of dollars in wealth from those who made the money to people who did not ignores the primary remedy for inflation: fixing fiscal and monetary policies instead of raising the government's (taxpayer) expenditures.

Yet, insane Joe boasted that “we passed the American Rescue Plan. Now everybody knows it, but we did so much, no one knows the effects of it yet. It’s just coming into play. So many things you’re going to find out that we’ve already done that we haven’t been able to actually implement yet.”

Really, Joe? Just name one. (Cue the crickets.)

Biden being Biden, he did not stop piling it on higher and more deeply. “What’s most exciting about it is people are starting to feel a sense of optimism and the impact of these legislative achievements in their own lives. It’s going to accelerate in the months ahead. We’re going to be the supply chain. And the difference is that we’re going to make the supply chain available to the rest of the world. We’re not going to be hostage anymore.”

In the absence of lies, what exactly does it all mean? “We're going to be the supply chain” and make it available to the rest of the world. Who writes this? Obviously, it was his handlers who simply threw it before Biden and let him make a fool of himself, not them.

Continuing to lie, Biden even boasted about inflation “starting to slow.”

“That's good news for the holiday season,” Biden stated, but he also acknowledged that inflation will “take time to get back to normal levels” and that “we could see setbacks along the way.” We definitely could, Joe. How many times have we heard Biden sing this song? What's the problem, Joe?

Biden also tried to connect with the people in Michigan to whom he was talking, comparing them with the people he was raised alongside in Delaware. “You felt left out for a long time…. The economy left you behind, the industries that are rapidly changing, you were left out. I understand it. My family understands it. Hear me. We’re going to leave nobody behind this time around.”

“This time around”? When did the first time occur under Biden's supervision?

Biden's speech was nothing other than typical Democratic boilerplate drivel, without any particulars, and designed to buy time from ill-informed Democratic voters until Joe & Co. figure out what they want to do in the coming months. With Republicans expected to take control of the House in January, at a minimum, Biden as well as Chuck Schumer's Senate majority will be neutered over the course of the next two years—or should be neutered.

Then, of course, is the 2024 general election that will decide the fate of all the marbles.

On the topic of marbles, let's pray that the majority of Republican voters don't lose their marbles and deliberately mess up the presidential race.

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