Recently, U.S. Rep. Don Davis, said there was a “big movement now toward extremism”. American workers and families have experienced two years of big movement toward extreme inflation under the Biden Administration. For 24 straight months, “Bidenflation” has made American families poorer. CNBC reports show that Biden’s reckless economic agenda has left 58% of Americans living paycheck to paycheck while 54% of Americans use savings to pay for everyday essentials like eggs, milk and rent.
Biden said two years ago, “The data shows that most of the price increases we’ve seen were expected and they’re expected to be temporary” while Biden Press Secretary Jen Pskai told Americans that COVID-19 was the “root cause of inflation”. Recently, Biden signed into law a bill ending the COVID-19 emergency, however, recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics shows that Real Wages for Americans have fallen every month since Democrats passed their wasteful $1.9 trillion "stimulus”.
A recent YouGov poll reports that 68% of Americans describe the current state of the economy as poor or fair and a recent Fox News poll shows that 90% of Americans are "extremely" or "very" concerned about inflation. ABC News recently reported, “Four in 10 Americans say they've gotten worse off financially since Joe Biden became president, the most in ABC News/Washington Post polls dating back 37 years.”
Rep. Davis was right, America certainly has made a “big movement now toward extremism” and the only way to deliver relief is when we elect Republicans in 2024!
- Chairman Virginia A. Wasserberg
Bureau of Labor Statistics Data (bls.gov)
70% of Americans feel financially stressed, new CNBC survey finds
54% of Americans are dipping into savings to pay for everyday expenses (cnbc.com)
RNC Research on Twitter: "Joe Biden promised inflation would be temporary. Inflation has been at or above 5% for almost two years. https://t.co/xd8uDqv5yK" / Twitter
Fox News Poll: Top 5 takeaways on Biden's economy problems | Fox News
Record numbers of people are worse off, a recipe for political discontent: POLL - ABC News (go.com)