New polls show a growing number of Americans blame President Joe Biden’s policies for the biggest surge in inflation since 2008.

But despite the surging inflation the US Senate plans to move ahead with a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure spending bill.

Recent figures showed that the consumer price index (CPI) rose 5.4% over the last year – the fastest since right before the 2008 financial crash.

Biden Solely Responsible For Surge In Inflation 

According to the Politico/Morning Consult poll published on Wednesday, it showed a combined 59% of registered voters believe Biden’s policies were either “very responsible” or “somewhat responsible” for inflation.

Only 28% combined think the current administration was “not too responsible” or “not responsible at all.” 

Republicans overwhelmingly (82%) blamed the inflation on Biden. Democrats were more inclined to think it was caused by a return to pre-pandemic behavior by their fellow Americans, in line with the White House’s official position.

The Biden administration has brushed off concerns about inflation, saying it was “transitory.” 

On Wednesday, however, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the Fed would continue its current monetary policy until the unemployment rate improved, adding that inflation would “likely remain elevated in the coming months, before moderating.”

Powell blamed “supply bottlenecks” in some sectors that were “larger than anticipated.”

Biden and His Clueless Democrats Want To Spend Trillions More

Despite the surge in inflation, it’s not stopping the Biden administration from pushing ahead with its reckless ‘woke‘ plan to invest over a trillion dollars into “infrastructure,” defining it far more extensively than the traditional roads and bridges.

Worse, backstabbing Republicans are joining them.

The White House has announced that a tentative deal had been struck on a bipartisan proposal.

The Senate voted to begin debate on the proposal on Wednesday evening after Republicans agreed not to filibuster it.

The plan is apparently the one hammered out back in June by a group of ‘moderates’ on both sides of the aisle.

However, it ran into trouble right away, as Biden told reporters at the White House he intended to sign it into law only if it were accompanied by a much bigger proposal, which the Democrats sought to ram through using ‘reconciliation’ – a simple-majority procedure intended to bypass the GOP opposition.

After weeks of back and forth, the senators appear to have figured out how to pay for the compromise, but Kyrsten Sinema (D-Arizona) is reportedly opposed to the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill.

The clock is now ticking for some kind of bill to pass before Congress leaves town for August recess.


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