White House Blames Republicans For Inflation in Latest Odd Spin

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki made one of her most bizarre claims yet on Friday, arguing that inflation in America is the fault of Republicans.

The comments are actually the opposite of reality, as inflation has soared since Biden entered office and Democrats control both the House and the Senate. But don’t let reality stop a good story, right?

Psaki said, “You know, you saw every single Republican in the House vote against Build Back Better.  What were they voting against?  Yes, they were voting against the President’s agenda.  They were also voting against lowering costs.  They were voting against lowering costs for childcare, lowering costs for eldercare, lowering costs for healthcare.”

She also argued, “And I think the — not argument, because he has a very good working relationship with Senator Manchin — but I think the case he will make is that this is exactly the time to pass this bill and move it forward so that we can lower costs for the American people on all of those topics, including insulin, in areas that really pinch — force American families to pinch pennies.”

This is just the warm up. Psaki claims Americans want lower prices, but it’s the fault of Republicans for not supporting Democrat bills that would add trillions of dollars of debt for taxpayers to fund over the next generation. Check it out for the full details below.


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