There is no media outlet anywhere more biased against Donald Trump than CNN.
But at some point even CNN has to admit reality.
And Donald Trump was all smiles when he saw CNN wave the white flag of surrender.
Even the Biden cheerleaders on CNN had to throw in the towel and admit Biden made a potentially campaign-killing blunder in wrapping himself in the “Bidenomics” banner.
Despite the media and Democrats trying to convince Americans they were living through an economic boom, the latest CNN poll showed only 33 percent of voters approved of Joe Biden’s handling of the economy.
Voter dissatisfaction with the economy traces back to the inflation crisis that Joe Biden triggered.
Despite warning from liberal economists, Biden flooded the system with nearly two trillion dollars in new socialist spending back in March 2021 which devalued the dollar and sent prices soaring.
Strategist Lee Carter appeared on CNN and explained that prices were up nearly 20 percent since Joe Biden took office and that Biden looked like Marie Antoinette telling the public to “let them eat cake” by continually trying to spin how great the economy was when Americans could barely afford groceries.
“Inflation overall is better but it is still worse than it was three years ago,” Carter began. “Prices are – people are looking at $11 packages of bacon. When you look at the polling, 62% of Americans right now say the economy feels bad. When you look at the 85% say personal experiences showing them that things are worse. You look at the stock market rally, you can look at the fundamentals, and the Biden Administration can go out there and say the economy has never been stronger but that’s just not the –”
Host Poppy Harlow cut in by snarking, “don’t say the fundamentals of the economy are strong,” which was a call back to John McCain infamously declaring the economy healthy in the 2008 campaign only to watch Wall Street collapse just days later.
That gaffe proved to be the final nail in the McCain campaign’s coffin and Barack Obama romped to a landslide victory.
“That’s right,” Carter responded. “That’s a bad message.”
The polls show that voters’ anger at Joe Biden’s socialist spending agenda pricing them out of the American dream fails in a referendum on who the American people want as president.
While inflation was under two percent when Donald Trump left office it spiked to a 40-year high in 2022.
The average monthly housing payment nearly doubled from $1,700 to $3,200 per month since Trump left office.
A Harvard/Harris poll showing Trump leading Biden by four points found just 45 percent of voters said they were better off under Biden’s presidency compared to 61 percent who told pollsters that Donald Trump’s policies improved their lives.
Harvard/Harris Poll: Are/Were you better or worse off personally during the presidency of…?
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) December 15, 2023
The main takeaway by a Bloomberg/Morning Consult poll which found Trump leading Biden in the seven key swing states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin was that a majority of Americans said they were better off under Trump than Biden.
🇺🇲 2024 GE: Bloomberg/MC – Swing States poll: Would you say the Economy is/was…?
51% – Better off under Trump
34% – Better off under Biden
Your personal financial situation…
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) December 14, 2023
A rematch between Trump and Biden would give voters a clear choice on whose agenda they prefer.
It’s as straight an up-or-down vote as Americans have ever seen.
And right now, that choice favors Donald Trump.
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