"But I think if you look at the core elements of economic resilience, the United States is better positioned," he added. So now the White House is actually pushing the really you're doing great because it's not famine defense while desperately attempting to squiggle around and finely parse and redefine quite basic concepts as recession. "We are in that period of transition right now," Deese had said in the Tuesday briefing, claiming further that the United States is "in a stronger position than virtually any other country in the world." ...apparently because there's no mass starvation.
The White House's latest response to Americans not being able to afford food with inflation is literally 'you're doing great because it's not famine.' ?♂️FUCK THESE PEOPLE. pic.twitter.com/TXjuZeNIBH — Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) July 27, 2022
Deese then straight-faced repeated his talking point that "two negative quarters of GDP growth is not the technical definition of recession. It's not a definition that economists have traditionally relied on."
Be grateful, America. You’ve got “excess savings” and lunch meat. And, we’re not facing a famine. Vote Democrat! @POTUS@BrianDeeseNEC@SecYellen@econjared@PressSechttps://t.co/59xdkcC1vK— Juliet ? (@juliet_92009) July 28, 2022
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1. "inflation isnt coming" 2. "Inflation isnt that bad" 3. "Inflation is just transitory". 4. "Inflation is caused by corporate greed" 5. "Recession isn't coming" 6. "Recession isn't as bad as famine" 7.Do you see the pattern yet? — Anarkissed? (@Lifeandlibertyy) July 28, 2022
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