Since President Joe Biden entered the oval office in January of 2021, the socioeconomic conditions within the United States have deteriorated in comparison to the years that led up to his presidency. Indeed, while it would be incorrect to blame Biden for the seriously detrimental effects that the COVID-19 pandemic had on the economic well-being of the American economy at large, the governing decisions of the 46th president and those of many individuals within his administration in the years immediately after this pandemic have been questionable at best.
Major spending bills introduced trillions of dollars in new spending into the American economy and have resulted at least in part in the massive and crippling inflation that has gripped the nation in its aftermath. Some 60% of American families are currently living paycheck to paycheck. The middle class, which has been stagnant and slowly diminishing for decades, continues to decline and the devaluing of the U.S. dollar has further complicated matters in the domestic and international economy.
During this chaotic time in America at large, a Florida jury handed down a life sentence to a man on Wednesday. David Tronnes, aged 55 years, allegedly murdered his wife in 2018. At the time, Shanti Cooper-Tronnes was 39 years old. David allegedly strangled and assaulted his wife until she perished in their residence located in Orlando, Florida. The cause of this violent outburst has been supposedly confirmed. Mr. Tronnes was upset with his wife due to her unwillingness to appear on a reality TV program called “Zombie House Renovations”. Mr. Tronnes had poured thousands of dollars into renovating his residence with a belief that he may be able to appear on this show. After Mrs. Cooper-Tronnes made her disinterest in participating known, Mr. Tronnes snapped and committed the atrocious crime. Their marriage had been in a poor state of affairs and Mr. Tronnes obsession with the show only added to their familial problems.