Joe Biden's Policies Are Crushing the Working Class

m.knox

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What a phucking disaster this clown is...... He's worse than Trump............. Read an article the other day that beef, chicken and pork are short in grocery stores........ A phucking food shortage under Biden...... lmfao.. That's how bad he is...

https://www.spiked-online.com/2021/10/07/joe-bidens-class-war/

One possible cause for the unrest lies with inflationary pressures that have cancelled out any income gains for most people outside the oligarchic elites. The sad economic reality of today – real wages are in decline – contrasts uncomfortably with the far better performance for working people under the pre-pandemic Trump administration.

High inflation – notably for food, rent and housing – cutting against working- and middle-class budgets seems likely to spread more labour unrest across the country. Today only 22 per cent of Americans express optimism about the economy, and confidence in Biden’s economic leadership has fallen to nearly 40 per cent.
 

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What a phucking disaster this clown is...... He's worse than Trump............. Read an article the other day that beef, chicken and pork are short in grocery stores........ A phucking food shortage under Biden...... lmfao.. That's how bad he is...

https://www.spiked-online.com/2021/10/07/joe-bidens-class-war/

One possible cause for the unrest lies with inflationary pressures that have cancelled out any income gains for most people outside the oligarchic elites. The sad economic reality of today – real wages are in decline – contrasts uncomfortably with the far better performance for working people under the pre-pandemic Trump administration.

High inflation – notably for food, rent and housing – cutting against working- and middle-class budgets seems likely to spread more labour unrest across the country. Today only 22 per cent of Americans express optimism about the economy, and confidence in Biden’s economic leadership has fallen to nearly 40 per cent.
So the POTUS controls all prices???
 

m.knox

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Workers have never had it better, choice of 1000s of jobs in every city with a huge wage increase and with benefits.

Let me also add...........

Inflation has taken away all the wage gains for workers and then some​


https://www.cnbc.com/2021/11/10/inf...the-wage-gains-for-workers-and-then-some.html

  • Real average hourly earnings when accounting for inflation, actually decreased 0.5% for the month. A 0.9% inflation increase negated a 0.4% rise in wages.
  • Consumer confidence has been sliding despite the rising wages, which are up nearly 5% nominally year over year but have declined 1.2% in real terms.
  • The Fed finds itself under increasing pressure to adjust policy accordingly.
 

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Let me also add...........

Inflation has taken away all the wage gains for workers and then some​


https://www.cnbc.com/2021/11/10/inf...the-wage-gains-for-workers-and-then-some.html

  • Real average hourly earnings when accounting for inflation, actually decreased 0.5% for the month. A 0.9% inflation increase negated a 0.4% rise in wages.
  • Consumer confidence has been sliding despite the rising wages, which are up nearly 5% nominally year over year but have declined 1.2% in real terms.
  • The Fed finds itself under increasing pressure to adjust policy accordingly.
How many times can Knoxy be wrong in one day ? hundreds
 

m.knox

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How many times can Knoxy be wrong in one day ? hundreds

I've put a source to my opinion Frank. It pays to read once in a while.

What looked like a big jump in workers’ wages during October turned into just another gut punch after accounting for inflation.

The Labor Department reported Friday that average hourly earnings increased 0.4% in October, about in line with estimates. That was the good news.

However, the department reported Wednesday that top-line inflation for the month increased 0.9%, far more than what had been expected. That was the bad news – very bad news, in fact.

That’s because it meant that all told, real average hourly earnings when accounting for inflation, actually decreased 0.5% for the month. So an apparent solid paycheck increase actually turned into a decrease, and another setback for workers still struggling to shake off the effects of the Covid pandemic.
 

m.knox

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Great job Joe, you're making Knoxy and his con friends very nervous with all great programs you have put forth.

Joe is doing such a great job that a DC democrat said "Let's Go Brandon" and switched parties....
 

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Yes, his policies impact prices. I mean, for example, the left loves high gas prices because they believe it will drive consumers to EV.
Impact is not control. Even your actions impact prices.
 

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What a phucking disaster this clown is...... He's worse than Trump............. Read an article the other day that beef, chicken and pork are short in grocery stores........ A phucking food shortage under Biden...... lmfao.. That's how bad he is...

https://www.spiked-online.com/2021/10/07/joe-bidens-class-war/

One possible cause for the unrest lies with inflationary pressures that have cancelled out any income gains for most people outside the oligarchic elites. The sad economic reality of today – real wages are in decline – contrasts uncomfortably with the far better performance for working people under the pre-pandemic Trump administration.

High inflation – notably for food, rent and housing – cutting against working- and middle-class budgets seems likely to spread more labour unrest across the country. Today only 22 per cent of Americans express optimism about the economy, and confidence in Biden’s economic leadership has fallen to nearly 40 per cent.
There's also the massive increase in gas prices which acts as a blanket tax on the population which disproportionally impacts low income folks.
 
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