This is unbelievable, and if we had a Congress with teeth, his comments would get him impeached. What Biden’s White House economic adviser Brian Deese said about food prices is a disgrace.
“With respect to food, […] the high prices are hitting Americans very hard, but in a way that is different from some places that are facing famine, for example,” Deese said.
An actual argument from the Biden administration is “well, at least we don’t have a famine.” Democrats should be disgusted, but they aren’t, and that’s just as egregious. We are in economic turmoil, and the Biden administration is doing literally nothing to help the American people except brag and say, “hey, at least we have food.”
The video was so outlandish that Twitter warned that “this video contains sensitive content.”
White House economic adviser Brian Deese: “With respect to food, […] the high prices are hitting Americans very hard, but in a way that is different from some places that are facing famine, for example.”
As we reported earlier, Biden can redefine terms, but it isn’t going to change the experience Americans are going through every day. The White House forgets Americans DO NOT care about definitions. They care that food, gas, and energy prices are incredibly high. The White House is doing the same failed plan they tried in June when Biden claimed the economy is actually in good shape.
Want a good laugh? Members of the media are trying to compare him to Reagen.
During a segment on MSNBC, Axios co-founder Mike Allen said, “So we just saw the new investments in chip-making in the U.S. Early, big investments in the U.S. capacity to make vaccines, get ready for the next threat. Of course, the infrastructure bill. And the interesting twist to this, Jonathan, is that there is an America-First populist streak to this. That is more oil drilling here! Making more vaccines here! With a possible victory coming up, more clean energy, here! And possibly the biggest in history.”
Allen continued, “now, asterisk to this, is so far, President Biden doesn’t seem to be getting a whole lot of credit for this. He hasn’t explained it as well as he could. But when you add it up, it is a remarkable record.”
“The headline on Axios, “We are Reagan.” That’s what a Biden confidant told me. And here’s what they have in mind. You and I could say Biden had a series of breaks after not being able to catch a break for a year. Baby formula winding up on his desk. The Biden view is that he is, this is a payoff, a vindication, for playing the long game. So when that confidant said “We are Reagan,” their extension of that was, we had a big plan, and it’s getting in place. And what they say is that President Biden, sticking to his bottom-up, middle-out strategy for the economy, rather than top down, has paid off. That they’ve stuck to that across all of their big issues,” he added.
The press claims Biden is Reagan as officials reason, “hey, at least we don’t have a famine.”