(FiveNation.com)- President Joe Biden spent a total of 57 seconds talking about the inflation crisis impacting average Americans during a CNN town hall on Thursday night. He mumbles, stumbles, and made meaningless platitudes during his short answer about the crisis, and then tried to blame the situation on Saudi Arabia and various other unspecific things.
The president told Democrat-friendly “news” anchor Anderson Cooper that he doesn’t see anything that would significantly reduce the price of gas in the near future, but offered a guess that prices will start to come down as we head into the winter…only before correcting himself.
“My guess is you’ll start to see gas prices come down as we get by going into the winter…I mean…excuse me…into next year in 2022,” he said.
Can everyday Americans go on paying these unimaginably high prices for gas and food for another year?
Biden then said, “It’s going to be hard.”
Biden on high gas prices:
"I don't have a near term answer…It's going to be hard."
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) October 22, 2021
Remember when we had a president who would work proactively to reduce tax burdens and lower the cost of goods for Americans?
The Biden administration, it seems, will go down in history as one of the least proactive and most negative presidencies in American history.