Lollipops and candy canes are falling from the chemtrailed skies; gas prices are already out of sight and forecast to double soon; the moronic resident of the White House has no plans to curb out of control inflation and all is as goosey and groovy as having to mingle with the fashion and hygiene-challenged zombies at your local grocery store.
Don’t believe me…take a gander at pal Joey’s latest mind exercise, looking for two working gray cells in his brain:
“Today, thanks to the economic plan and the vaccination plan that my administration put into action, America has achieved the most robust recovery in modern history just two years removed from the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression,” said Biden.
“Since I took office, families are carrying less debt; their average savings are up,” he added. Biden said families feel financially comfortable under his economic plan.
Oh dear! Joey seems to have gone off his meds…again!
According to a report from Bloomberg, the U.S. Commerce Department published a report on May 27 showing that in April, the U.S. personal savings rate fell to the lowest point since Sept. 2008. Consumers are spending more on goods and services than before the coronavirus pandemic, even when adjusted for inflation, leaving far less money for savings.
Additionally, The Bureau of Labor and Statistics has reported that living wages continue to decline. According to the agency’s report, actual average hourly earnings decreased 2.3% over the last year.
Finally, according to the New York Fed, consumer credit card debt is $71 billion higher than in the first three months of 2021. There has been a marked increase in debt by Americans in the last two years since the beginning of the pandemic.
But it’s all good. The New York times thinks so…so you should too!
New York Times Makes the Case for More Inflation – via freebeacon.com
President Joe Biden has no plan to combat inflation, which explains his low approval rating among ordinary voters. Journalists and other liberals, meanwhile, don’t really understand what all the fuss is about. The macroeconomic indicators—relative to prepandemic output—are positive!
According to the author of a guest essay published in the New York Times, the president’s failure to get soaring prices under control might actually be a good thing. Lifestyle journalist Annaliese Griffin argues the rising cost of meat and other animal products is a positive development—for the environment.
“Inflation has the potential to drive welcome change for the planet if Americans think differently about the way they eat,” the journalist writes. “Climate change has motivated some to eat less resource-intensive meat and more vegetables, grains and legumes, but this movement has not reached the scale necessary to bring needed change—yet.”
But hey, it’s not like the unwashed have any other concerns, right? I mean,1,287,595 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S., including 28,532 deaths and 235,041 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020, and May 27, 2022 is a yawner…yeah? That the head of Bayer’s pharmaceuticals department, admitted at the World Health Summit that the COVID-19 vaccine is gene therapy, hey…no big deal. That the US and NATO are pushing to boost military spending, cool, eh? And this giant turd:
And if you attempt to get your friends, relatives, family members, to look at any of this, you’re the asshole. For after all, can’t you see those lollipops and candy canes falling from the skies?
Tonight’s musical offerings:
How about some good and groovy schmaltz from the early 70’s, and one great funk offering – why not…
Maria Muldaur – Midnight At The Oasis
Looking Glass – Brandy (You’re a Fine Girl)
Brewer and Shipley – One Toke Over The Line