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Doocy Leaves KJP Stumbling With Brilliant Questions On Joe Biden’s Economy [VIDEOS]

Peter Doocy has done it again. He forces KJP into a corner to have her attempt to defend the economy under Joe Biden’s watch. She handles just as you’d expect someone who wasn’t hired based upon their merits but upon the color of their skin, their genitalia, and what genitalia they prefer. “dIVerSiTy iS OuR sTRenGTh”

DOOCY TIME: “On lowering prices, you said earlier that the actions the President has taken have worked. So, is it your sense that, when people were home for Thanksgiving, catching up with their family members they were saying to each other. Can you believe how much more affordable things have gotten?”

KJP: “So honestly, I wouldn’t — I — I hear the question, but I want to make sure this is very clear. We take that very seriously. We take what families — families the decisions that they make at their kitchen table….very seriously. It’s not a joke to us is important to us. This is the president who talks about it in a very personal way…The data shows that the economy is improving. The data shows that households remain in a strong financial position…That’s why the President. at 2:00. is going to talk about — what — the actions that he’s taking to continue to lower costs.”

Doocy: “But why do you think it is that when you say the economy is improving, and President Biden says the economy is improving that a majority of Americans outside of this building are not buying it?”

KJP: “So here’s the thing. When we walked into this administration, the economy was on a tail — a tailspin. That is the fact because…the Trump administration, because of how they dealt with — dealt with COVID and the pandemic…The President came in. He passed the American Rescue Plan, which was able to get the economy back on its feet, which is able to open up small business…Schools were able to open up and we understand what Americans have been feeling…It’s going to take some time…We actually had to fix the problem that we saw that the last administration left us.”

Doocy: “But almost three years in office, inflation is up over 17% since President Biden came here. And you’re saying that it’s still Trump’s fault?”

KJP: “Inflation — inflation — Inflation is moderating b/c of the actions that this person — this President has taken. B/c —”

Doocy: “Doesn’t that mean that —

KJP: “— b/c —” Doocy: “— prices are still going up slower? They’re still high.”

KJP: “— it’s going down. The prices are going down. If you look at where, for example — for a perfect example. I mean, I just talked about last week how…the cost for turkeys is going down, the cost for eggs is going down b/c of the actions that were taken…And if you think about gas prices, it’s down by a $1.70 cents since its peak…[W]e understand that people are still not feeling it. We get that. But doesn’t mean that we’re not going to continue to talk about it…[L]et’s not forget what Republicans are doing…They’re trying to increase health care costs. They want to get rid of Medicare. They want to get rid of Social Security. That is something that we saw them try to do at the State of the Union, right? We — they toot that over and over and over again. They want to make sure the millionaires and billionaires are actually getting the benefits, right? And so, that’s no — that’s not our way. Our way is to build the middle class from the bottom up, middle out, and the President believes in that he talks about it….[T]hat’s gonna be our focus.”

Meanwhile in reality:


“It’s hard to find an area of a household budget that’s been spared: Groceries are up 25% since January 2020. Same with electricity. Used-car prices have climbed 35%, auto insurance 33% and rents roughly 20%. Those figures help explain why Americans continue to register strong dissatisfaction with the economy: Consumers’ daily routines have largely returned to their pre-pandemic normal, but the cost of living has not.” – Bloomberg [11]

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