When leftists begin calling the Democrat president out for his egregious lies, you know it’s bad.
Joe Biden is not just an incapable leader in practically every aspect, but he’s also completely unable to admit when he’s wrong, or doesn’t know the answer, or worse, taking responsibility for his detrimental decisions and utter failures. The latter is truly the insult to the injury Biden has caused Americans suffering under historic inflation and crushing gas and grocery prices which the president has no solution for.
There seems to be no end in sight to this financial disaster.
After Tesla CEO Elon Musk has made his opinions known about the president recently, another influential billionaire now has something to say about Joe Biden.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and even a Chinese government worker who accused the president of undermining the very capitalist principles on which the US economy is founded, have now attacked Joe Biden for begging gas companies to lower prices to help inflation-stricken Americans.
In a message tweeted by the president on Saturday, the weekend many Americans are celebrating their independence, or wish they were if they could afford it, Biden said:
“My message to the companies running gas stations and setting prices at the pump is simple: this is a time of war and global peril. Bring down the price you are charging at the pump to reflect the cost you’re paying for the product. And do it now.”
His words of discouragement and blame came amid the July 4th holiday weekend where Americans are paying a whopping average of $4.822 for gas.
Bezos immediately blasted Biden on Twitter for saying this with this response to it:
“Ouch. Inflation is far too important a problem for the White House to keep making statements like this. It’s either straight ahead misdirection or a deep misunderstanding of basic market dynamics.”
According to the Daily Mail, Biden found apparent support from Chinese state media reporter Chen Weihua.
The communist mouthpiece sent a sarcastic tweet highlighting how Biden was seeking to undermine the principles of supply and demand which dictate prices in a free-market economy like that of the United States.
Weihua tweeted: ‘Now US President finally realized that capitalism is all about exploitation. He didn’t believe this before.’
The reporter tweeted something similar to Biden in 2021 when he responded to the president’s tweet that read: ‘Let me be clear: capitalism without competition isn’t capitalism. It’s exploitation.’
Weihua wrote then: ‘Capitalism is all about exploitation. Period.’
Texas Senator and staunch Biden critic was also (rightfully) quick to respond:
“My message to the guy running your teleprompter. It’s YOUR fault. Reverse the dozens of executive orders, regulations & agency actions targeting American energy, and gas prices will fall… FAST. #Bidenflation.”
The Daily Mail report of the backlash continued:
The president made a similar plea to oil giants in a June 22 speech that read in part: ‘These are not normal times. Bring down the price you are charging at the pump to reflect the cost you are paying for the product.’
Biden begging for companies to reduce prices comes shortly after his administration failed to sell even his own party on a 90-day gas tax break.
According to an NBC report, if the tax break went ahead, the average American would only save 12 cents per gallon.
As the price of gas continues to skyrocket for American consumers, the Wall Street Journal reported earlier this week that the Biden administration ‘plans to block new offshore oil drilling in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.’
Since March 2022, the president has sought to lay the blame for inflation at the feet of Russian President Vladimir Putin calling inflation: ‘Putin’s price hike.’
A Democratic Party strategist told Politico in June that the catchphrase was not resonating with voters saying: ‘It’s not meeting voters where they are. It’s much more important to feel their pain than explain it.’ The article quoted other strategists who said that the phrase sounded more like ‘blame-shifting than problem-solving.’
Last money, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell broke with the Biden administration in admitting that inflation was already high prior to Russia invasion of Ukraine in February.
Although the plan does allow for oil companies to lease drilling areas in the Gulf of Mexico and in Alaska’s Cook Inlet until 2028.
Back in 2020, while Biden was running for president, his campaign promised to stop new oil and gas drilling on federal land and water.
Vice President Kamala Harris, who has a hard time articulating herself publicly on anything of substance when asked about pressing issues, doubled down on the administration’s response to the sky high gas prices.
During an appearance at the New Orleans Saturday for the Essence Festival of Culture, Harris told WDSU that lowering the price of gas is “probably” the Biden administration’s top priority.
“The President and our administration’s probably highest priority is bringing down the price of gas and cost of living,” she added.
It’s sure comforting to know that immense lack of action, blaming the problem on everyone and anything else but themselves, and offering no solutions is the administration’s response to what they claim is their “probably” their highest priority…