Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) put President Joe Biden on notice over the multiple debacles that Biden and his incompetent team gave Americans this year including record crime and inflation before stating the obvious, that everything the Biden administration touched they “screwed” up.
Jordan said of the walking fraud Elizabeth Warren trying to blame inflation on corporations, “Elizabeth Warren seems to be hinting at price controls. And we know what that will do. That will only exacerbate the problems we see out there.”
He is correct on that front and Warren should be embarrassed for even trying that shell game. Jordan continued: “So, in simple words, I think the American people would like, they’d like safe streets, they’d like affordable gas, and they’d like freedom.
“Instead, what Biden’s giving them is record crime, record inflation and Dr. Fauci.
“So, this administration, as we have talked before, Larry, has done everything wrong.
“You pick the policy area, they have done it wrong.
“We went from literally 11 months safe streets to record crime.
“We went from a secure border to complete chaos.
“We went from stable prices to now record inflation.
“We went from strength and projecting strength around the world to the debacle that was the exit in Afghanistan.
“So, you name the policy. They have screwed it up.
“I’m afraid, based on what I heard from Senator Warren this week, they may even go the wrong direction the economy, but let’s hope not.
“And let’s hope Joe Manchin stays firm, and this crazy Build Back Better, so-called Build Back Better bill never passes.”
From Fox News:
Prices soared by 5.7% through November, according to the Personal Consumption Expenditures price index data released Thursday morning.
That topped the previous month’s rate of 5%, becoming the fastest pace increase since February 1982, when the gauge hit 6.17%.
The inflation spike largely reflected surging energy costs, which rose 34% from a year ago, and food costs, which were up 5.6% over that same time period.
Services inflation rose by 4.3% in November, and goods inflation increased 8.5% – up from the 7.6% pace a month prior, the data shows.