Thanksgiving is here, and with that – the holidays are in full swing, but for many families, the season is yet another struggle thanks to President Joe Biden and inflation.

Seeing spikes at the gas pump and in the grocery store, millions of Americans notice why this Thanksgiving is one of the most expensive in recorded history.

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A turkey alone has seen a price surge of 20%. But while Americans know exactly who to blame, the liberal media is doing everything within their power to change the narrative. Their latest attempt involves suggesting that families charge people for attending Thanksgiving dinner. 

Not willing to point out that the weak leadership in the White House has caused Americans to suffer, NBC’s Vicky Nguyen decided to give some alternative ways to make ends meet. As you can see in the video below, the host’s first suggestion was to literally charge people for coming over for Thanksgiving.

The whole idea of the holiday is to set monetary gain aside and give thanks for what you have – but not to Nguyen. If there is an opportunity – money can be made. 

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If charging guests wasn’t an outlandish-enough idea, Nguyan then suggested that families just forget about buying a turkey in general. That’s right. It doesn’t matter that the staple of any Thanksgiving is the turkey. According to the host, it can be overrated anyway.

While absurd, this is just the latest push from the media to turn the blame away from President Joe Biden. It is only a matter of time before they instruct Americans not to buy Christmas trees to help save the environment. 

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