Biden Can No Longer Play the ‘Blame Game’, It’s OVER

What is better than listening to Joe Biden get roasted by the mainstream media? When he’s roasted by the mainstream media En español. Univision anchor Luis Carlos Vélez tore into Joe Biden on his program for consistently deflecting blame for the continuing inflation crisis... (Hold up… aren’t all Hispanics supposed to unquestioningly support Democrats?!?!)

Previously in the day, Biden provided a significant speech dealing with inflation. In the words of the New York Times, Biden “tried … to deflect blame for rising prices with a direct attack on Republicans for pursuing what he called an ‘ultra-MAGA agenda.'” The Washington Post has already debunked Biden’s narrative.

Speaking on his program “Línea de Fuego,” (Translation: Firing Line) Vélez prompted Biden to stop playing the “blame game.” in his Ultima palabra or “Last Word” segment.  After all, didn’t another Democrat very famously observe “The buck stops here”?

“President Biden. Please. Stop the blame game and face the inflation problem in this country,” Vélez began. “People just can’t take it anymore. Your words today just flabbergasted all of us.

“They weren’t just a washing of the hands in the face of a very difficult price situation, but they were also a shameless opportunity to attack Republicans,” he continued, referring to Biden’s speech.

“Solving this does not correspond, Mr. President, to your opponents. It does not correspond to the Federal Reserve. It does not correspond to business. It corresponds to you!” Vélez argued. “You must lead in order to provide solutions and persuade those whom you must govern.”

After noting the inflation crisis is the worst America has actually dealt with in 40 years, Vélez ridiculed the elderly Biden by joking “the moon, stars, and sun” are “clearly” at fault for inflation.

“The worst part of COVID was two years ago, and we were already recovering economically when you arrived. It was the administration’s fault for handing out stimulus packages when people didn’t need any more. And it is your fault that to this day we have not set in motion a plant solve the supply chain problem,” Vélez charged.

“How much longer, Mr. President?” he asked. “People don’t eat off of politics. People eat from wages, jobs, and opportunities. The responsibility to do something falls solely on you, Mr. President.”

Inflation remains near its 40-year high, the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed on May 11th. The firm stated the consumer price index increased 8.3% last month compared to April 2021, CNBC reported, which was even worse than economic experts anticipated.

Americans need to anticipate spending more than $5,000 this year compared to last for basically the exact same products because of inflation, according to Bloomberg.

H/T The Blaze

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