North Carolinians are seeing less in their pockets because of Bidenflation | Beaufort County Now | Bidenflation strikes again: prices in North Carolina have increased 10.8% percent since January 2021.

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    Hey there,

    Bidenflation strikes again: prices in North Carolina have increased 10.8% percent since January 2021.

    Joe Biden and Kathy Manning's inflation-boosting agenda has resulted in lower wages at a time when rising prices are on track to cost North Carolinians an additional $6,077 per year.

    North Carolinians are sick and tired of watching prices go up and their bank accounts go down because Kathy Manning refuses to abandon Biden's disastrous economic agenda.

    "If Kathy Manning and Joe Biden's plan was to make North Carolinians poorer and angrier, they've succeeded. Unfortunately for Manning, it also means her retirement party just got a lot more expensive." - RNC Spokeswoman Savannah Viar


   Contact: Savannah Viar
   Phone: (770) 362-0261
   Email: sviar@gop.com
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