Inflation is happening, and there is no way for Democrats or their friends in the media to spin it away.
Americans are paying more for gas, food, rent, and pretty much everything else.
Unfortunately for Joe Biden, Americans are laying the blame where it belongs. At his feet.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Public pins blame for rising inflation on Biden: Poll
A new poll reveals that voters pin most of the blame for rising inflation on President Joe Biden.
Biden takes most of the blame among likely voters for rising inflation, with 39% saying he is responsible for the issue. Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump was blamed by 17.7% of respondents, according to the results of a newly released Trafalgar Group/Convention of the States poll.
The poll also revealed that some voters feel Congress is to blame for rising inflation, with 14.4% blaming the current Congress, compared to 10.9% who blame the previous Congress.
Republicans were the most likely group surveyed to blame Biden, with 64.3% pinning the blame on the current president. Trump was blamed for the issue by 6% of Republicans, while 16.8% blamed Congress.
Independent voters swung closer to Republicans on the issue, with 35.5% saying Biden is to blame for inflation, compared to 16.9% who blame Trump. Another 31.3% blamed either the current or last Congress for the issue.
Joe Biden owns this problem.
JUST IN – United States producer price inflation jumps to 6.6% in May, the largest year-over-year increase in history.
— Disclose.tv 🚨 (@disclosetv) June 15, 2021
How long before Biden taps Kamala as his Inflation Czar? https://t.co/Ra7IYmO6Sl
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) June 15, 2021
The prices of gasoline and crude oil both moved higher on Monday, squeezing U.S. consumers in the grip of the strongest inflation in over a decade. https://t.co/F3CqslH0VT
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) June 15, 2021
A new poll shows Americans are laying the blame for rising inflation at the feet of Joe Biden, despite the media doing everything they can to protect him from criticisms. https://t.co/LHfZmq4hm5
— MediaResearchCenter (@theMRC) June 15, 2021
Unfortunately, it’s probably going to get worse.