RIDICULOUS: Jen Psaki Blames ‘Greedy Meat Conglomerates’ For Rising Prices (VIDEO)

One of the things that’s driving down Joe Biden’s poll numbers is the rising cost of food.

Biden is completely to blame for the out of control inflation we see happeneing across the economy, but White House press secretary Jen Psaki tried to spin it this week.

She blamed the rising cost of meat on greedy conglomerates, which is just absurd.

The Daily Mail reports:

‘It’s corporate greed’: Psaki blames ‘conglomerates’ for the soaring cost of of meat in the US – despite the fact that Biden administration oversaw inflation hitting a 39-year high of 6.8% last week

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki denounced the ‘greed of meat conglomerates’ during her Tuesday press briefing when addressing the economic pain caused to American families by soaring prices at the grocery store.

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During her daily news conference Psaki was asked whether President Joe Biden agreed with progressive groups that ‘corporate greed is a big driver of inflation right now.’

She made a point to commiserate with Americans grappling with high grocery prices but chalked up most of the hurt to companies ‘jacking up prices’ during the COVID-19 pandemic…

‘I think that the President thinks the way people across the country, American families, digest inflation is by price increases. And if you look at industry to industry, it’s a little different,’ Psaki said.

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Here’s the video:

This is nothing more than a silly talking point. Elizabeth Warren tried to use it earlier this week.

Democrats are desperate to find a scapegoat so they can deflect blame for Biden.


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