Biden May Have Reached “Point Of No Return” With The Economy

( The economy is swiftly emerging as the most crucial topic in the upcoming 2022 midterm elections, which is terrible news for Vice President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party.

Some liberal media sites are beginning to acknowledge this, perhaps because they do not want to appear too foolish in November.

The news organization CNN is even providing some realism for its readers.

They reported that Biden is nearing “the point of no return” with the American people when it comes to the economy.

Because of mounting economic issues that have ballooned into massive political liabilities, President Joe Biden and his administration look perilously near to an irreparable loss of public faith in their ability to bring prosperity and financial security.

According to a CNN survey issued on Wednesday, the President’s repeated efforts to emphasize unquestionably positive areas of the economy’s post-pandemic recovery and to offset responsibility for its weak spots are not succeeding in restoring confidence.

Inflation is the primary reason, a destructive force that the White House first underestimated and failed to control. It has been decades since the average American has been subjected to this dismal cycle of rising prices for essential goods and services. In addition, punishing fuel costs are weighing on family budgets and spreading misery throughout the population in a manner that a conventional recession may not.

Democrats face an impending electoral disaster due to voter dissatisfaction ahead of midterm elections that were already expected to be difficult for a first-term President under the circumstances.

Democrats will continue to attempt to come up with diversionary tactics. They will create other problems that might act as a distraction. They might develop bogeymen to focus on, but it will not be successful.

People are concerned about being able to purchase gas for their automobiles and put food on the table.

“It’s the economy, stupid.”

This is a term created by James Carville in 1992 to describe the state of the economy. Carville famously said in a broadcast remark and is frequently referenced.

Clinton’s victorious 1992 presidential campaign against incumbent President George H. W. Bush was led by Carville, who served as a strategist.

Carville said that that phrase should be hammered repeatedly and not let the incumbent Bush redirect the focus away from a flagging economy.

Clinton won. Because it really is all about the money.

Biden is toast if the economy doesn’t turn around.