The resemblance between Joe Biden and Joseph Goebbels, the infamous Nazi propagandist credited with the adage, “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it,” is striking. This quote, initially found in Hitler’s Mein Kampf, seems to reflect a strategy employed by the Left, particularly by the current president, often characterized as “The Cauliflower in Chief.”
In a recent tweet, Biden touted a 3.1% growth in the U.S. economy over the past year, accompanied by the addition of 2.7 million jobs and the easing of core inflation towards pre-pandemic levels. While these statistics may sound promising for American families and workers, the skepticism arises, prompting the question of a potential downward revision.
Critics argue that the reality under Bidenomics is far from beneficial, pointing to the alarming rate of fentanyl overdoses claiming thousands of American lives annually and an open border crisis. Calls to “close the border now” are fervent, emphasizing the need to prioritize national security.
Challenging the optimistic narrative, concerns are raised about the growing national debt, which ballooned by $2.581 trillion in the previous year.
This staggering figure translates to a cost of $1.69 in new debt for every dollar of GDP growth and a hefty burden on future generations, with each new job allegedly costing them $957,000. Moreover, the claim that all new jobs are going to foreign-born workers adds another layer of contention.
In essence, the data presented paints a grim picture, suggesting that the nation might be submerged in economic challenges. The complex and multifaceted issues at hand require careful consideration and a comprehensive approach to resolution.