So-called rapper Cardi B, a person who campaigned and advocated for then-candidate Joe Biden during the 2020 presidential election, now appears to be backtracking on her support of now-“President” Joe Biden in a tweet released on Sunday.
When y’all think they going to announce that we going into a recession?
— Cardi B (@iamcardib) June 5, 2022
“When y’all think they going to announce that we going into a recession?” Cardi B asked.
Cardi B’s tweet faced instant backlash from Americans across the country. “We don’t give a damn what Cardi B has to say. Remember, she advocated for black people to vote for Biden. Now look, there’s no baby formula, high gas & high food cost,” Diamond and Silk tweeted.
“Why the hell is she complaining? If she’s worried about a recession, maybe she should sell one of her mansions!” Diamond and Silk added.
“Remember when you campaigned with Biden? Yep… here we are,” Republican Candidate Errol Webber reacted.
“Blame yourself, girl. You told all your fans to go out and vote for Biden,” Republican candidate Lavern Spicer tweeted in response.
According to a new poll from the Economist and YouGov, 55 percent of Americans say the United States economy is in a recession. Only 21 percent say the economy is not in a recession and 24 percent say they’re not sure.
This ironically comes after Biden exclaimed a record high number of Americans were living comfortably.
70 percent of Republicans, 58 percent of independents, and even 43 percent of Democrats agree the United States is in a recession under “President” Biden.
Biden’s approval rating also continues to plummet, a poll from ABC/ISPOS reveals. 61 percent of Americans disapprove of Biden’s economy, 71 percent disapprove of his handling of inflation, and 71 percent disapprove of his handling of the now-infamous gas prices.
Biden warned Americans that his fight against inflation is “going to be a haul” and that relief for soaring prices of goods, services, and gasoline is not going to be immediate.
“This is going to be a haul. This is going to take some time,” Biden told reporters in Tokyo
When questioned by Tesla CEO Elon Musk about the crashing economy, Biden dodged the question and said, “Lots of luck on his trip to the moon.”
“While Elon Musk is talking about that, Ford is increasing their investment overwhelmingly,” Biden said.
Despite Biden’s Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen claiming the inflation would only be temporary, the United States inflation rate is close to a 40-year high.
Biden is reportedly considering ending tariffs, imposed by President Donald Trump, on China in another attempt to combat the record-high inflation.
“We are looking at it. In fact, the president has asked us on his team to analyze that. And so we are in the process of doing that for him and he will have to make that decision,” Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said.
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