Senator Warren Takes Questions About The Economy

It’s no surprise that people are feeling nostalgic for the “good old days” of the Trump economy. Despite the constant vilification of the former president by the left, it’s hard to argue with numbers.

Under Trump’s leadership, the economy saw record-low unemployment, a booming stock market, and rising wages. But Democrats like Sen. Elizabeth Warren try and spin that success as a bad thing.

Warren, the self-proclaimed champion of the working class, constantly bemoaned the low unemployment rate, claiming that people were only working multiple part-time jobs to make ends meet.

Yet, now that those same workers are facing higher gas prices, inflation, and interest rates under Biden’s disastrous economic policies, Warren can’t seem to explain why people miss the Trump economy.

Warren was asked, “Why do you think so many Americans say they miss the Trump economy?”

Warren said, “I don’t know. I can’t explain polling. I can’t explain how narratives come to be. I also can’t explain how sensitive are they… All I can do is do the look ahead, and look ahead is going to be draw this contrast.”

Even as interest rates come down, they still remain too high for everyday Americans trying to buy a home. But don’t worry, the Biden administration has a solution for that, too – just keep printing money and driving up inflation.

And let’s not forget about the soaring gas prices. While Republicans like Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis point to excessive spending by both parties as a contributing factor to inflation, the Biden administration’s green energy agenda and war on fossil fuels are directly responsible for the surge in gas prices.

According to a recent Bankrate survey, half of those polled say their financial situation has worsened since 2020. And it’s no wonder, as Biden’s reckless spending and anti-growth policies continue to harm hardworking families who are struggling to make ends meet.

As former Director of the National Economic Council under Trump, Larry Kudlow, aptly put it, the 2024 election will be about pocketbook issues. And it’s clear that between the disastrous economy and Biden’s border crisis, Democrats are in for a rude awakening come election time.

Red State