While Biden is well known for his remarkably shameless gaslighting, the latest tweet from his Twitter account really underscores just how shameless his online boasts really are.
“This is Bidenomics, folks,” the “president” (i.e., intern) tweeted from the official presidential account.
After that rather invasively ingratiating entry, the “president” then continued to define the standard Biden economy, offering an absurd list of non-realities that would make the most militant misinformation executive blush.
If they were honestly doing their job, that is, which is unlikely with the lefties generally employed at Big Tech.
“Bidenomics is about growing the economy from the middle out and the bottom up, not the top down. It’s an economic vision where we make smart investments in America, educate and empower American workers, and promote competition to lower costs and help small businesses,” Biden’s Twitter account boomed.
“Promote competition?” Is he serious? Maybe within China’s economy after he lifted Trump’s tariffs, but he certainly likes to tax, tax, tax here.
Needless to say, the intern’s ill-informed post led to widespread derision from Republicans.
“Bidenomics is about crippling our economy by wasting billions in taxpayer dollars, creating 40-year high inflation, and making it harder for everyday Americans to afford living. This is actually Bidenomics, folks,” Senator Marsha Blackburn drawled.
As well as encouraging Americans to deepen dependence on the government, pandemic style.
“Bidenomics is about blind faith in government spending and regulations. It’s an economic disaster where government causes decades-high inflation, high gas prices, lower paychecks, and crippling uncertainty that leaves Americans worse off,” House Speaker Kevin McCarthy exclaimed.
The precise aim of the Democrats, though they disguise their intentions in deeply duplicitous words.
Twitter uers also were bemused by Biden’s brazen boasts, with several offering rather salient commentary.
“Bidenomics: Sky high prices. Lost wages. Destroyed businesses. Unattainable housing,” Twitter user Joseph Pino replied.
Yup. Especially when all housing apparently has to be gentrified. Or filled with illegal immigrants.
“TRANSLATION: Corruption, favoritism, nepotism and war mongering,” Brennan Stultz added.
Especially as far as the DOJ and FBI are concerned, given their disturbingly preferential treatment of Hunter, which is not even marginally hidden anymore.
“Gas is almost $5 a gallon where I live and organic milk is just under $8 a gallon. Perhaps you should refrain from the self congratulatory back patting until you reign in the inflation,” Greg said angrily.
Greg probably enjoyed gas prices between $2-$3 four years ago, and probably experienced increases up to $6 or more during Biden.
Now, paying $5, way above Trump levels, Biden would probably still declare that Greg should be grateful for the lower prices.
And, rather humorously, some Twitter users called out Biden for his most absurd remarks to date.
“How’s the war in Iraq?” Scotty P drawled.
Indeed, Biden recently declared that Putin was “losing” the war in Iraq. Iraq.
It is unclear why Biden declined to read off his cue cards, but it is certainly clear that he is clearly not with it.
Author: Jane Jones