Chuck Todd: Americans Are Frustrated With The Economy Because Of ‘Right Wing Echo Chamber’ (VIDEO)

The American people are suffering in the Joe Biden economy. It is showing up as a major issue in almost every poll.

Chuck Todd of MSNBC thinks the problem is the “right wing echo chamber.”

The media will do whatever they can to protect Joe Biden and this is a perfect example.

FOX News reports:

MSNBC’s Chuck Todd shocked by bad economic polling, claims Americans ‘don’t feel first world enough’

MSNBC host Chuck Todd expressed shock Tuesday that a majority of Americans held negative views of the economy under the Biden administration.

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During a panel segment on his show “MTP Daily,” the liberal host went off on polling that showed a majority of people think the economy is in either a recession or depression, declaring it was “just not true,” and blaming the “right-wing echo chamber” for causing those views. He also accused Americans of not feeling “first world enough.”

“51% believe the economy is in a recession or depression. I mean, look, it’s just not true,” Todd exclaimed after NPR reporter Ayesha Rascoe argued that President Biden wasn’t able, as president, to actually do anything about the rising inflation rates plaguing the country.

Todd was citing a recent USA Today and Suffolk University poll.

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“This economy is frustrating. This economy with Covid has been — I’ve got money and I can’t find something. But my god, there’s jobs. There’s good jobs,” he added. “Is this the right-wing echo chamber is better than the Democratic echo chamber? Or is there something else missing here?”

Here’s the video:

The right is not the problem here and Chuck Todd knows it.

Biden is in an economic mess entirely of his own making. He could change his policies tomorrow if he wanted to.


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