‘So, it’s intentional’: Biden shares what he really thinks about ‘lousy’ economy and skyrocketing gas prices

(Video: CNN)

Two days after taking an embarrassing spill on his bicycle during yet another of his extended weekends away from the White House, President Joe Biden chastised a reporter who asked him a question about the looming recession before admitting that the economic situation was “lousy” in remarks to the press from the seaside near his Rehoboth Beach, Delaware vacation home.

Asked by the reporter about the predictions of economic experts about the likelihood of recession, Biden snapped, “Not the majority of them aren’t saying that, come on, don’t make things up, okay?”

“Now you sound like a Republican politician. I’m joking. That was a joke,” he said before acknowledging the misery that his policies have inflicted on regular Americans before saying the quiet part out loud, that the silver lining to crushing gas prices will pave the way to a green energy future and the forced transition to electric vehicles.

After stating his intention to put the screws to Americans through increased taxes on top of record inflation, the nation’s 46th president dashed any hopes that his administration would be acting to ease the pain at the pump with remarks that some have suggested show that the record fuel costs along with the kick in the gut of the worst inflation in four decades are intentional.

“My dear mother used to have an expression, out of everything lousy, something good will happen if you look hard enough for it,” Biden said. “We have a chance here to make a fundamental turn toward renewable energy, electric vehicles, and not just electric vehicles and across the board.”

Last month Biden also let the cat out of the bag.

“When it comes to the gas prices, we’re going through an incredible transition that is taking place that, God willing when it’s over, we’ll be stronger and the world will be stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels when this is over,” he said.

Biden’s indifference to the devastating effects of record gas prices on American families who are struggling and having to make the hard choices of cutting back on healthcare and other essentials in order to be able to get to work and put food on the table drew a strong reaction from Twitter users.

Biden is hardly the only Democrat who has said the quiet part out loud.

Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow didn’t bother to conceal her glee on Capitol Hill earlier this month, boasting about her new electric car, and the wondrous journey that she made from the Wolverine State to the swamp, breezing by gas stations with the average national price at an average of $5 per gallon, a perfect example of the growing disconnect between the political elites and those who don’t have the money to shell out for one of the costly status symbols.

And once again, the nation’s feckless “leader” didn’t stick around to answer questions in-depth, being led away by his daughter and granddaughter who got to him before he drifted off into a fog of confusion.

For Biden and his fellow Green New Deal ideologues in the Democratic Party, they have the pedal to the metal with all of America trapped in their electric clown bus as it heads for the end of the cliff.

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