President Joe Biden gave a press conference Wednesday attempting to salvage his administration’s image on its handling of the economy and inflation. But Americans are seeing right through Biden’s spin. Since taking office, inflation is up 8.5% and GDP dropped this past quarter by 1.4%. Americans are struggling to make ends meet across the country, fill up their gas tanks, and put food on the table.

A recent CNN poll shows exactly what Americans are thinking of Biden’s America:

Is the government doing enough to reduce inflation?

  • 4% – too much
  • 81% – too little

Joe Biden’s handling of the economy? 

  • 34% – Approve
  • 66% – Disapprove

Joe Biden helping the middle-class?

  • 36% – Approve
  • 64% – Disapprove

Joe Biden’s policies have…

  • 55% – worsened economic conditions 
  • 19% – improved economic conditions

“The main culprit is inflation, a corrosive force that the White House initially underestimated and has failed to tame. It’s been decades since Americans have experienced this demoralizing cycle of spiraling costs for basic goods and services. That shock is twinned with punishing gasoline prices that also hammer family budgets and spread pain across the population – in a way that a regular recession, which can destroy millions of jobs but not hurt everyone – may not.

The result is a looming political disaster for Democrats, with voters in a disgruntled mood ahead of midterm elections that were already historically tough for a first-term President.” – CNN

With numbers this bad, how much longer will vulnerable Senate Democrats continue to hide behind Biden’s reckless and radical agenda? 2022 is shaping up to bring big wins across the country for Republicans who are fighting every day to create jobs, lower taxes, and get inflation under control.

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