Remember when the White House sent out a tweet celebrating the fact that your Fourth of July cookout in 2021 would cost $0.16 less than the previous year? Apparently, even President Biden knows that inflation is out of control because he’s admitting that as bad as things are with prices, no one would trade this Thanksgiving for last Thanksgiving.
Biden says that he doesn’t think anyone would “trade this Thanksgiving for last Thanksgiving,” despite prices being “as bad as things are.” pic.twitter.com/xoFNBORdhx
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 2, 2021
— Kerry 🇺🇸 (@K1erry) November 2, 2021
Why is he even saying this at a climate change conference?
Biden just said at the climate summit: “I don’t think anybody would trade this Thanksgiving for last Thanksgiving.”
Millions of Americans absolutely disagree.
— Adam Paul Laxalt (@AdamLaxalt) November 2, 2021
Well he admitted the economy sucks, basically.
— MichaelPM (@Michael95090905) November 2, 2021
CBS: “Thanksgiving Expected To Be Most Expensive Holiday In History, American Farm Bureau Says” https://t.co/xlaTx1HbVf
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) November 2, 2021
I’d gladly take last year’s prices instead of the ridiculous ones of today.
— Richard Brown (@richardcbrown74) November 2, 2021
— Coach Marshall⚓️⬇️ (@Hoganknows) November 2, 2021
Confirmed 70% of the country would.
— JD Sharp (@imjdsharp) November 2, 2021
What is he talking about? I had a great Thanksgiving last year.
— Ed Oxbow (@Carmard) November 2, 2021
Uh, I’d gladly trade this Thanksgiving for last Thanksgiving from a cost standpoint.
— AdamInHTownTX (Let’s Go Brandon!) (@AdamInHTownTX) November 2, 2021
I’m curious……what’s better about this Thanksgiving than last?
— President Not Sure (@Not_Sure_76) November 2, 2021
Ummm…don’t speak for me, Brandon.
— dandiandi (@kashmir7877) November 2, 2021
I’d trade it in a heartbeat.
That’s Milt Pappas for Brooks Robinson right there.
— Darth Banish (@DarthBanish) November 2, 2021
Ummm…we didn’t hide in our basements like you did last year.
— Larry Capostagno (@Larrycap1) November 2, 2021
So the White House won’t be sending out a tweet comparing last year’s cost for a Thanksgiving dinner to this year’s?
Huge economic news: White House tweets that the cost of an Independence Day barbecue is down 16 cents this year https://t.co/v7wHndAJh9
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) July 1, 2021