WH Economic Adviser Has No Answer for Americans on Rising Inflation – Opinion

Jared Bernstein, one of Joe Biden’s top economic advisers appeared on a few of the Sunday shows, including CNN’s “State of the Union” with host Dana Bash and “Fox News Sunday,” trying to keep the spin going on the administration’s poor management of both domestic and foreign policy for the American people.

Bash asked Bernstein, who is a member of Council of Economic Advisers about inflation. He starts muttering something about how much normal guy Joe Biden gets it — he feels your pain, America — growing up “in a family where issues like the gas of price, the price of food were kitchen table issues.”

Well, first of all, let’s be clear. The president himself said repeatedly after that report came out that….inflation is unacceptably high. Keep in mind that this president grew up with issues such as the gas price and food prices. His team has been dispatched to alleviate price pressures. He considers it his highest priority domestic economic goal.

This is the top domestic priority. But then, on Fox, he straight up blames “unforeseen things” like Putin starting a war in Ukraine for the White House getting their forecasts “so wrong”:

Bash also asked about Biden’s disastrous and ultimately fruitless trip, hat in hand, to the Saudis, to beg for more oil production:

Nick Arama, Nick’s colleague reported that the Saudis had spoken several times regarding the meeting. [link 1]MBL and MBL both spoke about it.

The adviser reveals that the administration is still working at cross-purposes, and has a threat/promise to unilaterally address the climate hoax agenda by the left progressive activists, as he stated to CNN.

He is very motivated to bring Congress along on his climate agenda. He’s already taken unprecedented action, and I think this is important because if he can’t find a legislative path to clean energy, the urgency of the problem is so significant that, as he said on Friday, he will find an executive order and rule change path to get there.

What’s scary” is that someone with the ear of the President of the United States about our economy isn’t even an economist, as Larry Elder pointed out

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