Biden's Latest Remarks on Economy Show He Has No Idea What He Is Talking About

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Joe Biden has horrible approval ratings when it comes to the economy. 

That's put the Biden team in a quandary as to what to do when the media asks them about this fact. They've claimed it's just bad messaging--that Americans just don't understand what's going on. 


That of course is both presumptuous and insulting, acting like Americans are stupid and don't understand when they are paying more for everything. 

Biden was in Allentown, Pennsylvania, on Friday. I wrote about some of his remarks about Iran and the Houthis, as well as his scary confusion and creeping on a blonde girl. 


Biden's Scary Confusion Is Concerning, as He Comments on Iran and Houthis, Whispers to Girl, Gets Heckled

But after he visited a few stores, he went and answered questions from reporters at a fire station. 

One was about the economy, including what he was going to do to change people's minds. So this time Biden decided that he was just going to deny reality and indulged in a little fantasy. 

Biden claimed Americans were "feeling much better about the economy." He added, "What we haven't done is letting them know exactly who got it changed." Got it changed to what? Made it worse? 


Biden claimed consumer confidence was up, "Everyone's doing better. They believe it. They know it." 

That contradicts all reality. It contradicts the polling they just asked him about. 

Here's a recent CBS News poll: 

When your alleged leader won't even acknowledge the validity of your concerns, it's even worse than not solving the problem. 

Remember, Joe Biden wants us to believe he's done great things for the economy. What would that be? We have all kinds of crises now under him--between the troubles in the Middle East, new wars, and Bidenflation. He has spoken about scraping junk fees. As though that would change inflation or have any substantive effect on anything. But then, after what he said was crazy, he brought out the creepy whisper too. 

He claimed it costs $30 to check the balance on Americans' bank accounts, "Is that fair, is that fair?'"

Who charges $30 to check your account? And who calls the bank to check their account? People check on their phones or online. But it costs nothing either way. I don't even know what he thinks he's talking about here. Maybe this happens when you transfer/take out money fees from someplace that isn't your bank. What people want to hear is when their grocery bills will start going down; he has no idea about that, hence why he's talking about junk fees. 


Then he rambled on. 

You're going to go home for Easter, or you're going to go home for Christmas, you're going to go home for the holidays, with your kid, and you find out to to get your kid sitting next to you is going to cost you another $200. These are junk fees.

What junk fee is that? There's a $200 junk fee to have a kid? He seems to have left out whatever "fee" it was he was talking about. 

This is how bad he is already, and it's only going to get worse. 


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