Biden Thinks he’s FDR; the People Think he’s a Failure

When historians gathered at the White House shortly after President Biden’s inauguration, they discussed what makes a presidency consequential. Biden reportedly told one historian in attendance, “I’m no FDR, but…”

On this, Biden is right: He is no Franklin Delano Roosevelt, nor is he any of the other presidents to whom he has delusional hopes of being compared to, such as Lyndon Johnson or Abraham Lincoln. After just one year of complete Democrat rule, there is no denying that the average American is far worse off under the Biden administration.

Biden’s desire for a consequential presidency has meant disastrous consequences for American families. The economic harm from his policies has been particularly devastating. For too many American families, rising costs for gas and groceries have shrunk household budgets. Consumer prices reached a 40-year high in January, while workers’ wages failed to keep up. A University of Pennsylvania Wharton School analysis found Americans paid $3,500 more in 2021 as a result of runaway inflation, and currently, Americans are shelling out an estimated additional $276 per month for basic goods and services. Skyrocketing inflation hurts the middle and working classes the most, as they are least able to withstand rising prices.

Consequently, Biden’s economic ratings are now worse than President Jimmy Carter‘s. How’s that for a historical comparison?

While Biden’s destructive policies drive inflation and higher prices, his corrosive political agenda is costing many Americans their jobs. The Democrats‘ vaccine mandates have forced small businesses to fire employees while making many first responders and frontline workers choose between their medical freedom and providing for their families. Biden’s attempted federal vaccine mandate put nearly 45 million jobs at risk and many small businesses in a position of losing employees at a time when so many are struggling to find workers.

Monica Crowley

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