No Fast Food For You

No Fast Food For You

Rick Scott for Senate

TAMPA, Fla. – According to a new LendingTree survey, Bidenomics has become so bad that nearly 80% of Americans now consider fast food to be a luxury.

Key findings from the survey found a majority of Americans can no longer afford as much fast food as they used to. 3 in 4 Americans typically eat fast food at least once a week, but the majority (62%) say they’re eating it less due to rising prices. 65% of Americans have been shocked by the high price of a fast-food bill in the past six months.

According to the survey, 78% of consumers view fast food as a luxury because it’s become increasingly expensive. Additionally, half of Americans say they view fast food as a luxury because they’re struggling financially.

Joe Biden’s endorsed senate candidate has recently been forced to admit the economy is not working for Floridians. However, instead of blaming Joe Biden, who’s Bidenomics plan is crushing Americans, she blamed Donald Trump and Rick Scott, who gave us the greatest economy in decades.

Statement from Team Rick Scott Spokesman Will Hampson: “Congresswoman Mucarsel-Powell is becoming desperate and delusional. She is so beholden to Washington Democrats that she can’t even admit their socialist policies are causing Americans pain. They continue to spend trillions of dollars we don’t have, raise your taxes, and blame Republicans for it. Meanwhile, nearly 80 percent of Americans are saying fast food has become a luxury. The Democrats are out-of-touch, and it’s hurting average Americans. Floridians understand the best way to get the economy back working is to fire Biden and Mucarsel-Powell for good in November.”



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