Biden Gets Destroyed Directly to His Face, Asked To Resign & His Initial Reaction Was Spot On
By Zach Heilman
Joe’s 30 minute inflation press conference disaster turns into a comedy 15 seconds in. Save this as evidence for the 25th Amendment.
Having been in the White House for almost two years, Joe Biden had the difficult task today of speaking to the American people about inflation. Coming off of the COVID-19 pandemic, many Americans were already struggling to make ends meet. To make matters worse, when Russian President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, gas prices soared over $4 a gallon. Now with inflation causing more strain on Americans, President Biden sought not to give answers or a plan but instead focused on how it was all the Republicans’ fault. But he was sure to add that inflation was his top domestic priority.
Not wasting any time, President Biden jumped right into the issue of inflation by first claiming, “When you look at the economy today, it’s clear we’ve made enormous strides.” Take a look.
Causing the person (Karli Boone) filming to burst out laughing, that wasn’t all as Biden tried to place the blame on the GOP. He stated, “They don’t want to solve inflation by lowering your costs. They want to solve it by raising your taxes and lowering your income. I want every American to know that I’m taking inflation very seriously, and it’s my top domestic priority.”
The speech from Biden comes shortly after the Federal Reserve warned that the war in Ukraine and inflation are two main threats facing the global financial system. The report explained, “Inflation has been higher and more persistent than expected, even before the invasion of Ukraine, and uncertainty over the inflation outlook poses risks to financial conditions and economic activity.”
Also, having to answer a field of questions surrounding inflation, President Biden appeared to admit that the Democrats and his administration were to blame for the problem. In the video below, President Biden was asked if he believed the current administration should carry some of the blame for inflation. Surprisingly, the President said, “First is, we’re in power. That’s the first thing, and you are justifiably right. We control all three branches of the government.”