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The impact of Joe Biden’s economic disaster is going to get worse.  That’s the prediction of experts.  We are posting this article, along with the link to the original source, so you can send the link to any “Woke” friends you may have.  Here’s what it says:

Double-digit inflation may be just around the corner as Democratic leaders in Congress debate a new, revised Build Back Better spending bill. 

The inflation rate is currently 9.1%, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Wednesday.

According to the Heritage Foundation, inflation is likely to hit double digits by the fall.

"Things are only going to get worse one way or another, as Biden's economic policies are a double-edged sword," said Joel Griffith, research fellow in economic policy studies at the conservative think tank. "This is quite possibly the last month of lingering economic factors keeping inflation in the 8% range, which means the official [Consumer Price Index] number could be in the 10% range by the fall.

"Or, inflation may slow down if gas prices — which have been a key driver of inflation — drop even further than they have in the last few days. The problem with that? Those prices are dropping not because of more supply, but because of the rising fear of recession." 

Inflation has already reached double digits in four major U.S. cities: Seattle, Miami, Houston and Baltimore.

The Producer Price Index (PPI) is currently at a record high of 11.3%.

"This is the seventh consecutive month with wholesale price inflation above 10 percent," said Idaho Republican Sen. Mike Crapo. "Now would be the worst time to subject businesses to another round of Democrat tax increases, which would serve only to put more pressure on costs to producers, including the vast number of small businesses struggling to stay afloat in the high-inflation, shortage-ridden environment that has unfortunately been engineered by the Biden Administration's economic policies."

Democratic leaders in Congress are considering a revised filibuster-proof budget reconciliation bill that could include $300 billion for climate-related initiatives in addition to expanding taxpayer-funded Obamcare subsidies as well as an effort to lower prescription drug prices. 

Democrats are also considering an increase to the corporate tax rate.

West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin has said he would only support a spending package that does not worsen the inflation situation in the country. 

"Inflation is absolutely killing many, many people," Manchin said.

Democratic leaders need all 50 senators from their party caucus plus Vice President Kamala Harris on board in order to pass a budget reconciliation bill.

Here’s the link to the original source:  U.S. heading toward double digit inflation by fall as Democrats debate revised spending bill | Just The News

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( July 17th, 2022 @ 11:32 am )
Biden's next inflation driver is wind and solar energy, which is much more expensive than conventional energy, and much less reliable. This will not only drive up the cost of our electric bills but also the cost of everything manufactured with electricity.

Sadly the RINO leadership of the NC General Assembly, Speaker Tim Moore and Senate President Phil Berger are in the tank with Biden and Roy Cooper on the wind and solar boondoggle. Their HB951, the NC Green New Deal is even more radical than the EU's "Green Deal" and it will cost NC electric ratepayers dearly. Another RINO to thank for this fiasco is the State Senator Beaufort County will inherit through redistricting, Jim Perry (R-Kinston) whose fingerprints are all over HB951.
( July 16th, 2022 @ 6:06 pm )
If those in DC had not changed the way inflation is calculated real inflation would be nearing 20%. DC does a good job on cooking the books.

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