"The Most Expensive Meal In The History Of The Holiday" | Beaufort County Now | You’re a mean one, Mr. Biden. Turns out, Joe Biden is shaping up to be the Grinch who stole both Christmas AND Thanksgiving this year.

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    You're a mean one, Mr. Biden.

    Turns out, Joe Biden is shaping up to be the Grinch who stole both Christmas AND Thanksgiving this year.

    The 7-year high in gas prices, unmitigated supply chain crisis and a 13-year high in inflation on Joe Biden's watch are threatening the affordability of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Biden's own Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen admitted that "Americans haven't seen inflation like we've experienced recently in a LONG time."

    Thanksgiving is projected to be "the most expensive meal in the history of the holiday," that is if you can even find the ingredients you need given the empty shelves in grocery stores demonstrative of Joe Biden's supply chain crisis.

    While Joe Biden's policies drag down the economy, North Carolina voters remember the common-sense conservative policies that had small businesses booming before President Biden. When Republicans controlled Congress and the White House, they removed regulatory burdens that inhibit small businesses from growing. They fought for strong trade deals that helped North Carolina's small farmers and small businesses, while also holding international competitors like China accountable. This led to record-low unemployment, record-high wages for women and minorities, and record wages for blue-collar workers before President Biden. This is what is needed to build our economy back around a second time.

    "This year, North Carolina families will head into the holiday season with higher gas prices, higher food prices, and empty shelves all as a result of Biden's disastrous economic policies. As Biden continues to ignore the many crises he has created, North Carolina voters are becoming more energized to elect commonsense Republicans in November of 2022." -RNC Spokeswoman Alex Nolley

    Contact: Alex Nolley

    North Carolina Communications Director

    Republican National Committee

    Email: anolley@gop.com
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