What Biden Said About Rising Prices Will Make You See Red!


President Joe Biden has an answer for all of those who are worried about his leadership even though he still hasn’t made it to his mid-term yet. Frankly, his pitch is something that has no positive element to it whatsoever. Moreover, it will totally infuriate you.

What is Joe Biden’s mid-term pitch? Well, it can be summed up in three words: lower your expectations.

Of course, this led to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki being asked on Friday about President Biden’s lack of a real message when it comes to the high gas prices that he was asked about on Thursday night.

A lot of people (especially Biden supporters) are so quick to forget the fact that literally, Joe Biden’s first action as president was to shut down the construction of the Keystone Pipeline, eliminating an estimated 52,000 American jobs in the wind-up.

For ten months now, Joe Biden has harped on his campaign promises to phase out all of the fossil fuels. That’s all well and good, but in the process, he has punished the poor and the middle class.

Now, I get that Democrats have a hate-hate relationship with the Keystone Pipeline, but Biden’s promise to shut this down couldn’t have come at the worst time. Americans are now facing gas prices that are at a seven-year-high. Not only that, but they are now looking at the possibility of a heavy increase in their power bills as the winter approaches.

Naturally, when Biden was asked about rising gas prices at a Thursday night CNN town hall, Biden simply said to the American people, “Well, I don’t have an answer for that.” That doesn’t cut it buddy, and the only reason you are getting a free pass is that you have a D after your name.

After a reporter confronted press secretary Jen Psaki about Biden’s inability to lower gas prices, Psaki played it off as best she could, saying that Americans should expect “less” from Biden.