Trump highlights Biden’s 2021 ‘domestic catastrophes’

by Ryan Meilstrup

President Trump has released a statement chronicling what he calls Joe Biden’s ‘2021 “domestic catastrophes.”

Trump noted that in 2021, inflation was at its highest point in 40 years, which hurt all Americans, but particularly low-income and middle-class Americans, the hardest.

There has been pain at the pump, with gas prices rising as much as 50 percent from a year ago. These higher gas prices followed in the wake of Biden preventing oil drilling and Biden closed the high-profile Keystone Pipeline that runs from the U.S. into Alberta, Canada.

After President Trump had succeeded in stemming the tide of illegal immigration, Joe Biden sought to undo some of the policies that worked so well during Trump’s tenure, including the Remain in Mexico policy, and ceasing construction of a border wall.

What was the result? Over two million illegal aliens reportedly crossed into the U.S. in 2021, the most ever recorded.

The 45th president then highlighted the rise in violent crime during Biden’s time in the White House, thanks in part to the defunding of the police movement in several Democrat-run cities.

Scenes of looting and robberies are now a common occurrence in cities across the country, most notably lately, in San Francisco.

Trump then switched to the cultural war unleased by the left under Biden this year, when he wrote:

“Biden’s Radical Democrat Party is forcing CRT into our children’s schools, shoving male athletes onto women’s sports teams, pushing woke racism into our military, tearing down statues of Thomas Jefferson, desecrating our history, dismantling basic election-integrity measures, and breaking decades of precedent to use taxpayer dollars to fund late-term abortion and infanticide.”

Returning to Biden’s economic failures, Trump highlighted how real “Real average weekly earnings (adjusted for inflation) have declined 8 months in a row—starting right after Biden signed his $2 trillion ‘American Rescue Plan’ last spring.”

Americans left the workforce in droves in 2021 to the tune of 4.3 million workers, due in part to Biden paying workers to stay home when he signed the American Rescue Plan.

Trump also cited a budget model produced by the Penn Wharton school that estimates that inflation will cost American families $3,500 more this year than the prior year, and consumer sentiment has also dipped drastically during Biden’s first year in the White House.

Contrasting Biden’s failures with Trump’s successes, it is obvious why Joe Biden’s approval ratings have fallen so precipitously and show no signs of recovering soon.

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