When we had President Trump in office, we’ve seen unemployment at an all-time low and a stock market skyrocket.

Then, when Joe Biden took the reins, everything tanked. His policies have literally done nothing but set us back decades in multiple ways.

During a recent speech, Biden addressed one of the issues going on in America which is a shortage of affordable cars. Biden said,

“I’m not an economist, but I’ve been doing this a long time. But here’s the way to look at it. If car prices are too high right now, there are two solutions: You increase the supply of cars by making more of them, or you reduce demand for cars by making Americans poorer. That’s the choice.

Believe it or not, there’s a lot of people in the second camp. You’ll hear them complain that wages are rising too fast among the very middle-class and working-class people who have endured decades of stalled incomes.

Their view of the economy says the only solution to our current and future challenges is to make the working families that are the backbone in our country poorer or keep them in the state they’re in.”

How do these people get away with saying stuff like this so easily? Honestly, I think that is the agenda of the Democrats. I think they legitimately do want to make Americans poorer.

Sure, they put up a facade of wanting them to make more money with higher wages and if you just look at the book cover like that without actually digging into the book and seeing what is to come, then it sounds great. Everyone wants to make more money. But there is always a cost. Money doesn’t just magically pop into thin air, it has to come from somewhere.

But I won’t go off on a tangent on this because I could literally write an entire week’s worth of articles about this topic.

But notice he also said that people in what he’s referring to the second camp are complaining that wages are rising too fast. Umm…who is doing that? He’s suggesting that Republicans don’t want to see wages increased. It’s not that, it’s that we know what will happen as a result of an extreme jump. Companies will go out of business, people will be laid off, hours will be reduced, and benefits will be cut. Companies are in the business of making money. If they’re not making money, there is no business. If there is no business, there are no jobs, if there are no jobs, there is no higher wages. Then in the end, everyone must depend on the government to give them a handout and it just further adds to the amount of control that they have.


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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