Recent Leftist Panic Takes Context – Democrat Pollster Finds Inflation and Checkbook Worries Twice as Concerning for Voters Than COVID

Posted originally on the conservative tree house on December 8, 2021 | Sundance | 229 Comments

Considering the recent Democrat freakout over the ‘economic narrative‘, which included a request for corporate media to circle the wagons, their desperation is starting to make sense.

Patrick Murray is a notoriously partisan pollster from Monmouth University {use searchbar}.  Leftist favorite Murray puts the spin in spin-master when it comes to media polling and narrative engineering.

The Monmouth engineer recently released a heavily spun poll warning the communists and leftist Democrats, showing checkbook issues are the top concern priority for Americans – far beyond any concern about the COVID madness.

Keep in mind, Murray skews polls in extraordinary ways; however, yet even Monmouth cannot avoid seeing that 29% of leftist Americans are very concerned with inflation, while only 18% are concerned with COVID [pdf here].  Monmouth’s polls are always skewed with responses from the DNC base, so consider that result amid their own tribe.  Democrats are twice as worried about their household bills and inflation as they are worried about Omicron or any variant therein.

This explains the massive freakout in the backrooms of the White House and DNC at the moment.  Their economic policy chickens are coming home to roost.

“Concerns about inflation have taken center stage in discussions around America’s kitchen tables. And, as one would expect, many are placing the blame squarely on Washington,” said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute. (link)

When you ignore the public spin Murray puts on the polling (Republicans horrible etc), the bottom line is devastating for Democrats.  This aligns with a recent Wall Street Journal survey showing that Latinos are flocking to the Republican Party, and there is now an even 50/50 split amid Hispanic voters.

“One year after giving Democratic House candidates more than 60% of their vote, according to polls at the time, the Journal survey found that Hispanic voters are evenly split in their choice for Congress. Asked which party they would back if the election were today, 37% of Hispanic voters said they would support the Republican congressional candidate and 37% said they would favor the Democrat, with 22% undecided.” (link)

Keep in mind the MAGA movement, which has overtaken the traditional GOP, is an assembly of the blue-collar working class.  The MAGA coalition is not about race, creed, national origin, special interest grouping, or what you do in your bedroom.  The MAGA assembly are aligned in common purpose on commonsense Main Street economic issues.

America First is Main Street first, while AOC sheeple and their champagne socialist base promote economic outcomes favorable to Wall Street and corporate multinationals.  It doesn’t matter how much they use cognitive dissonance to deny that, the economic outcomes are in your face every day.

When it comes to inflation, the AOC ‘Build Back Better‘ program has the direct consequence of making things worse.  They cannot reverse the impacts of leftist policy on energy pricing without changing their structural energy policy – and that ain’t gonna happen.

There’s only about 45 days left (+/-) before the next round of massive inflation hits the country at a retail level.  As the raw material and wholesale price increases hit the retail level, the next wave of compounded increased prices will hit harder -and be more steep- than all preceding increments.

Contract terms for payments inside the supply chain are net 30, net 60 or net 90 days, depending on the industry and sector.   As those prior contracts were delivered, a massive number of new purchase order fulfillment agreements were written without defined prices, because the raw material and processing costs were changing too fast to be quantified.

Those ‘undefined pricing’ contracts and agreements are going to carry the full weight of increased raw material, energy and transportation costs, and those prices are going to stun many of the recipients.

If the leftists in the political establishment are worried about checkbook economics and grocery store conversations today, you can well imagine that worry turning to fear as soon as the next wave of reality hits the kitchen table.

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