Even though the mainstream media has been silent about it, President Biden’s massive spending spree is having disastrous effects on the American economy. Inflation and hyperinflation are only the beginning, and there isn’t much time to turn this around. The Fed simply doesn’t understand how damaging its actions are, which means we’re headed for economic collapse if something doesn’t change soon.
President Biden’s massive spending spree has triggered economic instability and even hyperinflation.
When Joe Biden was elected president, the economy was on a flimsy foundation. The stock market had already collapsed, and unemployment rates were at an all-time high. But instead of continuing with his predecessor’s sensible economic policies—like cutting taxes and reducing regulations—Joe Biden decided to spend money like it was going out of style. Between 2020 and 2025 alone, he increased government spending by $10 trillion per year! Average annualized growth in this period was just above 2%. With inflation at 3%, that means each year you could buy something new with one dollar less than the previous year.
This is what economists call “bidenflation”: when inflation exceeds economic growth so much that it reduces your purchasing power over time rather than increasing it as you would expect from normal economic activity in a free market system (i.e., capitalism).
It didn’t take long for this unsustainable trend to lead us towards hyperinflation—where prices double every day or so because there’s too much money chasing too few goods and services being produced by a slowing economy due to financial instability caused by excessive debt levels owed by consumers who don’t have enough income left over after paying taxes because those same people are working longer hours but earning less money under Biden’s policies designed only benefit politically connected insiders while hurting everyone else through higher taxes they’ll never get back even if they wanted them back; plus interest rates rise at alarming rates because demand falls off significantly after 2020 due…
How much is too much government spending?
You should be asking yourself this question.
The United States government has been spending money for decades, and the result is an economy that’s on the verge of collapse.
The reason: too much government spending. In other words, the U.S., like most countries around the world today, has spent its way into an economic crisis that threatens to destroy our nation as we know it.
Welcome to the new normal: Bidenflation, not inflation.
You may have heard the term “inflation” thrown around quite a bit, but what does it actually mean? In short, inflation is when the cost of goods and services increases over time. This can be caused by a number of things including government spending, monetary policy from central banks (like the Federal Reserve), or even changes in technology that result in increased productivity.
But what if there was something else causing prices to rise? Something not quite as obvious…
Welcome to the new normal: Bidenflation!
The end of capitalism as we know it.
Biden’s policies are an existential threat to American capitalism, democracy, freedom and sovereignty.
First, Biden’s policies will destroy the American economy.
Second, they pose a threat to America’s capitalist system of free enterprise because they create new costs on business owners who then have to pass them on to their customers in the form of higher prices; this has been proven time and again throughout history as damaging for economic growth over long periods of time since it stagnates consumer spending power by putting more money into hands that don’t need it (government).
Thirdly—and most importantly—Biden’s policies threaten our very democracy itself by encroaching upon its core pillars: individual liberty, limited government and free-market capitalism.
America’s economy is on the verge of collapse.
Biden’s policies have failed to reverse the crisis in America’s economy. Instead, they have triggered economic instability, hyperinflation and a new normal where Americans are poorer than ever before.
As you might remember from history class, there are two types of inflation: monetary inflation (when money is printed) and price inflation (when prices rise). When these two combine together, it creates an unstable environment for businesses to thrive and grow.
Inflation puts pressure on your profit margins as a business owner because you need more money from customers just to keep your business afloat while their spending power decreases due to rising costs. This leads them down another path called deflation—where prices fall instead of increase—which can actually be worse than inflation because it makes it impossible for businesses like yours to pay off their debts without losing more money than what they’ve made!
In conclusion, the current Biden presidency has many economic risks. The largest risk is that the economy will collapse. Investing in precious metals like gold and silver would be a good idea due to their scarcity, but that’s not possible for everyone. To reduce your risks, invest only what you’re willing to lose and don’t over-commit yourself financially.