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November 30, 2023
Joe Biden Has New Scapegoat For High Prices: The Businesses That Have Been Struggling Because Of Joe Biden
We should call the Democratic Party, the party of psychological projection. Because that is what they do best.
Projection is a psychological mechanism in which a person or group accuses another of doing what the accuser is doing.
Rather than own up to the consequences of his actions, the leader of the free world is doing just that.
On Monday, President Joe Biden said that prices are still “too high” and then pointed the finger, arguing that companies should lower the cost of goods. Yes, he really said that after an 18 percent jump in consumer costs since he took office, according to The New York Post.
“We know that prices are still too high for too many things — that times are still too tough for too many families,” he said.
“We’ve made progress, but we have more work to do,” Biden added. “Let me be clear to any corporation that has not brought their prices back down, even as inflation has come down, even supply chains have been rebuilt: It’s time to stop the price gouging and give the American consumer a break.”
Last year, Biden accused oil companies of high gas prices and claimed they were not doing enough to offset soaring costs, telling the seven major refiners their profit margins were “well above normal,” according to the New York Post.
“[A]t a time of war, refinery profit margins well above normal being passed directly onto American families are not acceptable,” Biden wrote in a letter last year to Exxon Mobil CEO Darren Woods.
It was definitely the gas prices that caused the high prices and not canceling drilling leases and limiting domestic production. OR regulations that impose big costs. Nope, it was definitely the greedy oil CEOs.
A recent New York Times poll of six swing states found earlier that 81 percent of voters rate the economy “fair” or “poor” — with 59 percent saying they trusted Trump on economic policy.
Only 37 percent of people in the poll said they trusted Biden on economic policy.
Clearly, the gaslighting is not working so well considering that all voters who will vote in 2024 are alive today and have been alive since at least Biden has been in office.
Of course, Biden also had to blame Republicans for some things.
He claimed that they “want to go back to the bad old days when corporations looked around the world to find the cheapest labor they could find, just to send the jobs overseas and then import the products back to the United States.”
It was just yesterday that we reported that just the fact that you are living is costing you an extra $11,000 a year.
At this point, he would just be better off not saying anything. But at least he was able to get out of bed this morning!