It’s a few weeks before Christmas and the Democrats still run the House, and though a monster economic depression is stirring, Joe Biden seems to be busy chasing a mouse.
The inflation and supply chain shortages plaguing the checkbooks and wallets of all American’s has done more than just inspire a new version of “A Visit from St. Nicholas,” but rather, a devastating new ad from President Trump’s Save America super PAC.
Titled “Joe Biden stole Christmas,” and tag-lined “Biden’s nightmare before Christmas,” the video uses clips from news shows covering empty shelves, delayed shipments and broke blue collar Americans.
This is the first of two ads released by the Trump-run super PAC, a preview of what Republicans, and nervous Democrats, can expect in the run-up to the 2022 midterm elections as President Trump begins spending his massive war chest on chosen candidates and races.
And the ad is factual, with price hikes for everything from Thanksgiving turkey to Christmas trees due to a lack of availability, truck drivers and shopping containers.
The 32-second ad was released after an interview between President Trump and Fox News host Mark Levin was published Sunday. In the discussion, the 45th president said America was “giving away” tremendous potential.
“We’re giving it away, and there’ll be a point where the country can’t come back, and we can never allow that point to be reached,” President Trump told Levin.