Randy Moss, Who Once Kicked A White Kid In The Head And Attacked His Baby Momma, Is Crying Over Old Emails
What happens when a country defaults on its debt? They can print more money and enter a staggering unending spiral of inflation, or they can borrow more money at even higher interest rates. Neither of these events will technically do much of anything. But what if, the outstanding creditors offered another solution? A war?
You might not think that the cash in your wallet becoming less valuable by the day is a good thing. Well, MSM outlets like New York Times have news for you: it is. Whether because they know inflation is a political albatross for Biden but is something they can’t do anything about in the short term or because they’re so crazy to believe it, the media figures are actually pushing the insane line that inflation is a good thing.
For those who are employed by the government, liberal media outlets, Universities, and the big tech giants, America is not doing too poorly considering most of them have done quite well financially during COVID especially in progressive cities like our nation’s capital.
To no one’s surprise, our increasingly unstable and unfit president muttered curse words at a journalist for simply asking a question 99% of the country is concerned about. Perhaps the only shock is that it took over a year in office before he said it for the world to hear.
According to the survey, Trump is the favorite of the majority of the GOP, with 53% of Republican voters choosing him as their first choice. That’s a massive win, as it’s 40 points more than the closest runner-up, Ron DeSantis, who came in with 13% support. And DeSantis, who’s much like Trump in terms of major policy goals, was the only other candidate who was able to garner double-digit support. The others, when compared to Trump and DeSantis, couldn’t even do that.