Bidenomics Continue To Destroy The Economy

Bidenomics Continue To Destroy The Economy

Rick Scott for Senate

TAMPA, Fla. – This week, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is sounding the alarm at the state of the economy under Joe Biden, a reminder that his policies have been incredibly destructive in more ways than one.

According to recent Axios reporting, “Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell told lawmakers on Tuesday that a weakening labor market is just as much a risk to the economy as high inflation.”

While inflation continues to crush American families, the most recent jobs report shows unemployment is rising as well. The jobless rate rose to 4.1% last month, the highest since 2021.

While Joe Biden’s fitness for office continues to be questioned by many on both sides of the political aisle, it’s important to remember his policies have seriously hurt Floridians, which is why he was largely trailing Donald Trump even before his debate disaster.

Is Biden-endorsed Florida socialist Debbie Mucarsel-Powell willing to be honest with the people of Florida about how Biden, who she has endorsed, has caused this hurt?

Statement from Team Rick Scott Spokesman Will Hampson: “Joe Biden is clearly not fit for office, but a large part of that is due to how much damage he’s done to the economy and American families. They can no longer afford gas and groceries or save for retirement, and now more and more Americans are finding themselves out of work. Bidenomics have been a complete failure, and all Democrats, including Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, need to be honest with the American people and admit Biden’s policy decisions caused this hurt to Floridians.”



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