Dems' Untruths Worsen Ballot Box Woes

m.knox

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The writer makes a very good point............. the lies..........

https://tippinsights.com/dems-untruths-worsen-ballot-box-woes/

Even the liberal media is conceding that the Red Wave is likely to be massive. It is just not that the GOP holds a substantial lead over Independents. In some blue states like New York, Connecticut, and Oregon, even some Democrats are coming home to the GOP.

TIPP surveys confirm that the usual factors for the Dems' poor performance include immigration, crime, and economy. But one factor that matters the most to voters is also critical: honesty. Here, the Democrats have hurt themselves over Republicans unlike at any time in recent memory.

The Biden administration's spin machine has been on overdrive for two years. President Biden is the king of dishonesty. The government's spokespersons in front of the TV cameras - Kamala Harris, Jen Psaki, Karine Jean-Pierre, Antony Blinken, Jake Sullivan, Alejandro Mayorkas, Janet Yellen, and Pete Buttigieg – also utter so many untruths that people have lost trust and faith in the administration.

Buttigieg was grilled by Chris Wallace of CNN this weekend on inflation. Skilled in reciting Democratic talking points, Buttigieg continued to defend the administration. "What we are doing is helping with the cost of living, and what House Republicans are proposing will hurt," he retorted. He went on to say that inflation was a result of Covid and that it was happening around the world.

Let's unpack his assertions. Until this time last year, the administration did not even acknowledge that inflation was an issue, although the CPI was showing that price increases were unsustainable. Secretary Yellen spent months calling the inflation ‘transitory.’

Buttigieg knows that inflation occurs when too many dollars chase too few products. Putting more money into people's pockets to "help with family budgets" is precisely what makes matters worse. Yet, after injecting $3 trillion into American households, Buttigieg was a big advocate of the $6 trillion BBB, a plan that the administration kept pushing into late December.

It was only during the holidays that Sen. Joe Manchin pulled the plug on BBB, and the country owes him a debt of gratitude for so doing. Chris Wallace never asked Buttigieg, where the country would be today had BBB passed. Knowing Buttigieg as we do, he would have smiled and eased out of that question with consummate ease.

Buttigieg's blaming of House Republicans' proposals is inherently dishonest. The GOP currently has no power in Washington, sitting in the minority, watching in horror as the Dems take the country down the wrong road. Even if the Republicans take over both Congressional chambers, fighting inflation will remain primarily an executive branch function. Besides, any GOP win will likely be just at the margins in the Senate. President Biden still wields veto power over any Congressional action on budgets and taxes, so any Republican plans are going nowhere. Buttigieg knows that the House Republicans have practically zero roles to play other than to stop Biden from spending even more or launching investigations.
 

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The writer makes a very good point............. the lies..........

https://tippinsights.com/dems-untruths-worsen-ballot-box-woes/

Even the liberal media is conceding that the Red Wave is likely to be massive. It is just not that the GOP holds a substantial lead over Independents. In some blue states like New York, Connecticut, and Oregon, even some Democrats are coming home to the GOP.

TIPP surveys confirm that the usual factors for the Dems' poor performance include immigration, crime, and economy. But one factor that matters the most to voters is also critical: honesty. Here, the Democrats have hurt themselves over Republicans unlike at any time in recent memory.

The Biden administration's spin machine has been on overdrive for two years. President Biden is the king of dishonesty. The government's spokespersons in front of the TV cameras - Kamala Harris, Jen Psaki, Karine Jean-Pierre, Antony Blinken, Jake Sullivan, Alejandro Mayorkas, Janet Yellen, and Pete Buttigieg – also utter so many untruths that people have lost trust and faith in the administration.

Buttigieg was grilled by Chris Wallace of CNN this weekend on inflation. Skilled in reciting Democratic talking points, Buttigieg continued to defend the administration. "What we are doing is helping with the cost of living, and what House Republicans are proposing will hurt," he retorted. He went on to say that inflation was a result of Covid and that it was happening around the world.

Let's unpack his assertions. Until this time last year, the administration did not even acknowledge that inflation was an issue, although the CPI was showing that price increases were unsustainable. Secretary Yellen spent months calling the inflation ‘transitory.’

Buttigieg knows that inflation occurs when too many dollars chase too few products. Putting more money into people's pockets to "help with family budgets" is precisely what makes matters worse. Yet, after injecting $3 trillion into American households, Buttigieg was a big advocate of the $6 trillion BBB, a plan that the administration kept pushing into late December.


It was only during the holidays that Sen. Joe Manchin pulled the plug on BBB, and the country owes him a debt of gratitude for so doing. Chris Wallace never asked Buttigieg, where the country would be today had BBB passed. Knowing Buttigieg as we do, he would have smiled and eased out of that question with consummate ease.

Buttigieg's blaming of House Republicans' proposals is inherently dishonest. The GOP currently has no power in Washington, sitting in the minority, watching in horror as the Dems take the country down the wrong road. Even if the Republicans take over both Congressional chambers, fighting inflation will remain primarily an executive branch function. Besides, any GOP win will likely be just at the margins in the Senate. President Biden still wields veto power over any Congressional action on budgets and taxes, so any Republican plans are going nowhere. Buttigieg knows that the House Republicans have practically zero roles to play other than to stop Biden from spending even more or launching investigations.
Dishonesty and deceit has ALWAYS been a hallmark of the Democrat Party, it’s candidates, it’s MSM accomplices, and it’s supporters. Democrat dishonesty and deceit has become much more visible since the Obama years and Trump deserves a lot of credit for totally exposing this dishonesty and deceit. The Democrats just can’t control their deep seated hate and intolerance for Trump and deplorable’s, and it’s put them in the “self destruct” mode.
 

m.knox

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, and it’s put them in the “self destruct” mode.

It really has................ Now they are dead set on teaching second graders how to tuck and tape............. Such a BRILLIANT idea for fairness and social justice!!!!!
 
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