Sometimes someone says something so ridiculous that you have to see it to believe it.  That’s why it is necessary to post video evidence of Biden’s Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, saying that the U.S economy is stronger than its ever been in history.

“When you look at inflation, when you look at where we are economically, we are stronger economically than we have been in history” she said.

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Biden has refused to take ownership for the state of the economy, and now his Press Secretary is telling an even more audacious lie, that the economy is actually stronger than its ever been.

Biden has consistently blamed inflation on Vladimir Putin, calling it “Putin’s price hike”.

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Experts and industry leaders have repeatedly said that is not true.

To set the record straight, The Gateway Pundit fact-checked Pierre and showed why our economy is clearly not stronger than its ever been.

“Inflation rates are at 40-year highs, the GDP shrank last quarter and gas prices are through the roof.

The Atlanta Federal Reserve announced on Friday that the second quarter of 2022 saw a GDP of minus 2.1 percent.

The GDP shrank by 1.6 percent in the first quarter of 2022.

As TGP reported previously, the US GDP is on a downturn and has been down with the last all-time high being in October of 2021. That is now more than six months ago.

Recessions are typically marked by an economy shrinking in back-to-back quarters, measured by gross domestic product.

The numbers reported by the Atlanta Fed will make the second quarter of negative growth.”

Via the Gateway Pundit

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