REPORT: Biden’s Inflation Act Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up To Be

A recent report reveals that President Joe Biden’s Inflation Act isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

“The economy took center stage Wednesday in Connecticut’s U.S. Senate debate between Republican Leora Levy and Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), a face-off that came less than one week ahead of Election Day,” reported Breitbart.

“Levy tore into incumbent Blumenthal for voting in favor of President Joe Biden’s multitrillion-dollar spending packages, while Blumenthal refused to provide a grade for the economy when asked by the moderators to do so,” reported Breitbart.

Joe Biden Exposed

“He is out of touch with what real life is like here in Connecticut,” Levy said, noting grocery and gas prices.

Levy also cited an “invasion” at the southern border.

Levy didn’t stop there, but continued, noting the well-documented learning loss caused by coronavirus lockdowns.

“The moderators then began their questioning by asking about combatting inflation, which most polls across the country show is Americans’ top concern,” reported Breitbart.

“This inflation was deliberately inflicted on us by the Biden policies voted for by my opponent, the trillions of dollars of spending, which Larry Summers, a Democrat economist, warned would cause record-high inflation, and that’s what we’re facing,” Levy said, describing it as “the Biden-Blumenthal Build Inflation Back Better Act.”

“Blumenthal votes in line with Biden’s agenda more than 98 percent of the time,” according to FiveThirtyEight.

“Blumenthal replied to the debate question by acknowledging the ‘crushing’ cost of living but did not justify his votes for Biden’s major spending bills, save one, the ‘American Rescue Act,’ which he said ‘kept alive many of our businesses,'” reported Breitbart.

“At a time of need, the government came to the rescue of our small businesses, and I’m proud that we stepped up, and we did it in a bipartisan way,” said Blumenthal.

What do you think about the comments from Levy and Blumenthal? Which candidate do you agree with?

Share your thoughts below in the comments section.

Source: Breitbart

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