Inflation: Red States Are Being Hit Harder Than Blue States


We know that Biden-flation is having a major impact on all Americans, but according to a new study, it is actually hitting 'red' states harder than it is blue states.

For some like economist Peter Morici, that's a good thing, and he says the reason why is simple. "They're attracting new businesses, there's more robust economic activity, and people are moving in."

But there is more to the story. The majority of elites live in blue states, and many are allowed to work from home. In addition, those states have incentivized, and made it easier not to work with government handouts, and free rent.

"The only people who can really survive inflation are people who are extremely wealthy" said A.J. Kaufman with Alpha News, "But for the average American, and most Americans are average middle class, they're getting crushed by inflation. They see it everyday, it hasn't stopped, and it probably won't stop until 2023 at the earliest. That's brutal."

Sadly, making matters worse is the Democrats disconnect with the American people. Instead of fixing the economy, the Biden administration is focused on climate change.

"The #1 concerns of Americans, like inflation, the economy, and crime are mocked" Kaufman told KTRH, "We see the White House press secretary Jen Psaki mock them, and instead the Democrats are still focused on weather patterns, racial issues, and voting rights."

Yet another reminder that elections have consequences.

One Hundred Dollar Bill with word Inflation Printed on it

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