Joe Biden Says He Can’t Just ‘Click A Switch’ To Bring Prices Down (VIDEO)

Do you remember years ago when Obama said you can’t just wave a magic wand and make the economy better?

Joe Biden just had a similar moment.

He suggested that he can’t just click a switch and make prices come down. Of course, in doing so, he ignored all of the things he did do which brought us to this point.

The Daily Wire reports:

Biden Says He Can’t ‘Click A Switch’ To Lower Gas Prices ‘In The Near Term’

President Joe Biden suggested on Wednesday that the high cost of gasoline is here to stay for quite some time, as he lamented to reporters that it is “not likely” he can simply “click a switch” to bring down prices.

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Biden made his remarks regarding gasoline from the White House-crafted fake Oval Office that he uses instead of the actual Oval Office — which he reportedly uses so that he can stay on a script from a teleprompter — immediately after discussing the baby formula shortage in the country.

“There’s a lot going on right now, but the idea we’re gonna be able to, you know, click a switch, bring down the cost of gasoline is not likely in the near term, nor is it with regard to food,” Biden said.

On Monday, The Daily Wire reported that gas prices reached a national average of $4.62 per gallon, “marking the highest Memorial Day gas prices in more than a decade.”

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Here’s the video:

There are actually things Biden could do, he just doesn’t want to.

Biden is beholden to the far left. That’s the problem.


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