Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen seems to think that it’s her job to convince Americans that President Biden is actually doing something to help the economy. According to recent polls, 59% of young voters think the economy is in poor shape. But Yellen thinks that as long as inflation goes down and the labor market stays strong, people will start to see the progress Biden has made. Um, sorry, but seeing is believing, and so far, all we’re seeing are skyrocketing prices and a shortage of jobs.
Good luck with that Janet! 🤡🤡🤡
I found this on NewsBreak: Yellen claims 'it's our job' to explain what Biden's done to improve the economy https://t.co/IxhFHvFO5e
— Brian Morris (@BrianMo46164471) November 21, 2023
Yellen also wants us to believe that Biden is making all these great investments in America that will magically create good jobs all over the place. She says they’ve already announced over $500 billion in manufacturing investments, but where are those investments actually going? What’s the plan here, Yellen? We need real details, not just empty promises.
And let’s not forget about the massive deficits we’re racking up under Biden. Yellen claims that Biden’s signed bills will result in $1 trillion of deficit reduction over the next decade, but how can she be so sure? We’ve seen time and time again that these big spending bills just lead to more debt and higher taxes for hardworking Americans. We need a fiscally sustainable path forward, not more empty promises and irresponsible spending.
It’s no wonder some Democrats are starting to question whether Biden has what it takes to win reelection in 2024. Even Democratic strategists are saying he’s got a 50-50 shot at best. And while some Democrats are trying to spin recent election results as a good sign for the party, I think it’s clear that voters are starting to see through the smoke and mirrors. We need real solutions, not just flashy speeches and empty promises.