Gas, Food, And Lodg­ing: How ‘Bide­nomics’ Is Crush­ing The Lit­tle Guy

Pres­i­dent Joe Biden and the rest of the Biden regime con­tin­ue to claim “Bide­nomics,” has saved the U.S. econ­o­my.  
It is painful­ly obvi­ous that none of these peo­ple live in the real­i­ty of the Amer­i­can work­ing man and work­ing woman. For them, the econ­o­my is tee­ter­ing on the brink and Bide­nomics has been a dis­as­ter.
At a Labor Day cel­e­bra­tion in Philadel­phia, the pres­i­dent claimed Bide­nomics “is work­ing,” and that Bide­nomics is a “blue-col­lar blue­print for Amer­i­ca … It’s for you.” I am not sure what eco­nom­ic data the pres­i­dent and his team were look­ing at, because last week’s infla­tion news was not good. Accord­ing to the Bureau of Labor Sta­tis­tics, the Con­sumer Price Index (CPI), the mea­sure of infla­tion to the Amer­i­can con­sumer, rose more than expect­ed, to an annu­al rate of 3.7%. The rise in infla­tion was pri­mar­i­ly dri­ven by gaso­line prices, the “shel­ter” index mean­ing rent and hous­ing co …