Bidenomics: US Inflation So high , NYC Stores Lock SPAM

These are the results of Bidenomics.

Due to the rising cost of living in the United States, retailers in New York City have begun locking up their SPAM.

Store owners report an upsurge in the theft of processed meat at $4 per can.

Canned tuna is another commodity that shop owners are hoarding.

This year's 9.1% inflation rate in the United States is the highest in 40 years.

According to the BLS, energy costs have increased by more than 40% year-over-year.

As living expenses skyrocket under a Biden administration, the middle class is being utterly decimated.

The annual loss in purchasing power for the typical American worker is $3,400, and the loss for a married couple is $6,800.

According to the

The NY Post writes that inflation and criminality have gotten so severe that even inexpensive meat like Spam has to be locked away.

These antitheft plastic boxes are now standard issue at the Duane Reade in the Port Authority bus terminal, where the shelf-stable product sells for just $US3.99 ($5.70) per can.

“I’ve never seen that before!” one cashier laughed while using a magnet to remove a can of Spam from its cage.

The cashier was one of several who were taken aback by the news that the store's signature blue and yellow cans were being locked up, with some customers and workers even mocking the move as "a sort of Jeff Koons homage," as one tweet put it.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Gateway Pundit.

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