The Most Dangerous Part of Biden’s Economic Plan Is that He Believes in It – Read What He Says, and You Will See What Is Coming

Posted originally on the conservative tree house on January 7, 2022 | sundance | 252 Comments

The people behind Joe Biden rushed him to the microphones today to proclaim the success of his economic policy.   Biden read from their prepared script for almost fifteen minutes [VIDEO HERE], then told the assembled press pool that “COVID was here to stay”, but not really “here to stay”, but his policies, rules and regulations that are driven by COVID are “here to stay.”

Did anyone else catch that?

Whiskey – Tango – Foxtrot… he said the quiet part out loud.

In essence, what Biden was saying was that even when the virus is no longer being a daily driver of government policy, the policies themselves will never go away.  Just like the Patriot Act, under the guise of anti-terrorism created the permanent security state, so too is COVID-19 creating the permanent government control state under the guise of public health.

As if that isn’t alarming enough, what the White House occupant outlined regarding the economy just has to be watched or read [Transcript Here] to be believed.  The most eye-opening part of his comments is that he really believes this stuff they tell him to say. So, obviously the people typing the words into the teleprompter either: (a) believe it themselves; or (b) more likely, know what they are doing is going to end up with the total collapse of the U.S. economic system, and that’s okay because the guy reading it is disposable for their plan.  I believe the latter is accurate.

Take a look at one metaphor Biden read from his teleprompter to see exactly how insane these policies are when said out loud.  Keep in mind, this is a direct quote from the transcript as he read it (emphasis mine):

Joe Biden – […] “I’m not an economist, but I’ve been doing this a long time.  But here’s the way to look at it.  If car prices are too high right now, there are two solutions: You increase the supply of cars by making more of them, or you reduce demand for cars by making Americans poorer.  That’s the choice.

Believe it or not, there’s a lot of people in the second camp.  You’ll hear them complain that wages are rising too fast among the very middle-class and working-class people who have endured decades of stalled incomes.

Their view of the economy says the only solution to our current and future challenges is to make the working families that are the backbone in our country poorer or keep them in the state they’re in.” (link)

The guy, whose policies are making more people poorer faster than any prior time in U.S. history, doesn’t see the hypocrisy of his statements.  Forget cars as the example, use bread or milk or anything else.

The Biden economic policies are driving prices through the roof.  No one is contemplating buying a new car, heck we are trying to figure out if we should buy a loaf of bread or a single gallon of gasoline to get to work.

Go stand in the line of any convenience store, and watch how people are trying to cope with the price of gas.  Not the people who pull in, gas up, pay at the pumps and exit.  I’m talking about the people who walk in with ten dollars in cash, have no electronic connection to the digital economy, and who just spent half of a $20 bill on a single loaf of bread and a package of bologna.  That remaining $10 buys them two gallons which are needed to get them to the jobsite for the next few days.

This pontificating pustule of sanctimonious bulls**t has the audacity to use “making Americans poorer” in his metaphor for car prices, as if any essential worker with dirty fingernails standing in the f**king line at 7-11 is contemplating their preferred interior and exterior color selection.

My blood pressure cuff just exploded.  ‘Scuse me for departing…

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