The Bidenomics brand, which has left nearly everyone baffled, including Biden himself, is garnering some well-deserved criticism. A recent NBC News story quoted a participant from Pennsylvania who called Bidenomics a “jumbled mess” that’s “really hard to explain.” And let me tell you, folks, that Pennsylvanian is not alone in their confusion.
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Even Joe Biden, the man supposedly behind Bidenomics, has admitted, “I don’t know what the hell that is.” Well, Joe, if you don’t know, I doubt anyone else does either! It’s quite concerning when the architect of an economic agenda can’t even explain it. But hey, we shouldn’t be surprised. This seems to be a recurring theme with the Biden administration—confusion and lack of leadership.
And the American people are feeling the consequences of Bidenomics. According to a survey from The New York Times and Siena College, a whopping 81 percent of Americans believe that the state of the U.S. economy under Biden is “fair” or “poor.” Only 19 percent think it’s “excellent” or “good.” Ouch! Those numbers speak volumes about the failure of Biden’s economic policies.
But wait, there’s more! A poll from CBS News and YouGov found that a measly 18 percent of Americans believe they will be “better off” financially if Biden wins re-election. In contrast, 45 percent said they’d be better off if Trump were to make a comeback. It’s clear that the American people have lost faith in Biden’s ability to improve their financial situations. And who can blame them? Just look at the state of the economy under his supposed leadership.
To make matters worse, an ABC News/Ipsos survey revealed that a staggering 76 percent of Americans believe the country is “headed in the wrong direction.” And guess what factors are weighing heavily on their minds? The economy and inflation. A whopping 74 percent of Americans see the economy as a major concern, and 69 percent are worried about inflation. Bidenomics has failed to convince voters that Democrats are the ones who can handle these critical issues. In fact, Republicans hold a 10-point lead over Democrats in terms of economic and inflation management, according to the same ABC News/Ipsos poll.
Clearly, Biden’s attempt at economic policy—sometimes referred to as “Bidenomics”—has been a disaster. The term “Bidenflation” seems to have resonated more with the American people, as they increasingly reject Biden’s economic agenda. How can anyone have confidence in his ability to turn things around? The promise to “build back better” has turned into nothing more than empty rhetoric. It’s time for a change, my friends, because continuing down this path will only lead to more economic turmoil and hardship for the American people. Let’s hope voters come to their senses and put the brakes on Bidenomics before it’s too late.