Inflation Situation: GOP Ready To Use Inflation To Take Back Congress

In a no one! Republicans are already poised to take back the House and the Senate in 2022.

Lot's of material to campaign on, and work with. But rapidly taking the lead? The rising inflation under the Biden administration.

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is doing everything he can to sweep inflation under the rug, at least until after next years midterms, but he also had to admit that rates will go up in 2023. Perfect timing.

This is a key issue now, and it will be a key issue a year from now, with no end in sight to the Massive Biden spending spree.

"Right now, you would think that the Democrats aren't feeling so great because the economy is suffering, and inflation is a major problem" said popular legal analyst Chris Begala."But what's the answer? The answer will be, "what the heck let's go spend some more."

And that is exactly what is happening with the Infrastructure bill, and it figures to continue just in time for next year's midterms.

"It's hard to even fathom" Begala told KTRH, "We have spent trillions, and trillions, and trillions, and the Biden administration will spend a few more trillion. And so one would think that's not a good thing for inflation, and not a good thing for the economy."

But while it should provide a great opportunity for the GOP, Begala said Republicans need to be concerned about an even bigger issue than our economy.

Election integrity.

"It pains me to say this, and to even think about this" Begala said, "But the biggest issue in 2022, even though that is 10 lifetimes away!, is not going to be the economy, and it's not going to be inflation. I think it's going to be can this country have fair and free elections?"

And considering how hard the Democrats are working to make sure that doesn't happen by taking control of all elections with S.1., that is a fair, and very valid question.

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