Biden Trails Only One Other Failed Democrat, President Jimmy Carter, on Inflation & Economic Hardship

Why are Media not placing blame on Joe Biden when all signs point to Economic Collapse being the result of his failed policies?

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — If you asked President Joe Biden how the American economy is fairing, you would hear countless statements about how inflation is actually decreasing – and how we're back on track to economic recovery. The good news is that this isn't quite the worst inflation rate our country has seen. That honor belongs to another failed Democrat in the White House, President Jimmy Carter.

While inflation has come down from a historic high of around 9% to 6% over the last 6 months, that's still an indicator of a fiscal and overall economic slowdown. And its one that threatens to bankrupt our country.
If you want to be the economic leader of the free world, it's about time you start taking some responsibility.

You won't hear anything about how we just had to bail out another bank that collapsed, this time in sunny California instead of on Wall Street.

Think about the last time that happened in this country. It was in the wake of the 2008 economic collapse, where the media was gleefully pouncing on President George W. Bush as he "bailed out" the banks in that situation. How is 2023 any different than 2008?
The same pundits who criticized George W. Bush for his bank "bailouts" are supporting Joe Biden when he takes the similar actions. Not only that, but we had already recovered from the artificial recession that took place in the fallout of the Covid pandemic in 2020.

So why are we not placing the blame squarely on Joe Biden and his White House, when all signs point to the collapse being a result of his failed policies?

The answer is simple: Biden has a D next to his name, and President Bush was unfortunate enough to have a R next to his name.

Even though 54% of Americans believe the recession is thanks to Biden's policies, it seems that the media would have you believe it's the result of Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, China, or even MAGA Republicans.

None of these people can be blamed while President Biden sits in the Oval Office.

The truth is that the buck has to stop somewhere, and Americans are tired of hearing continued excuses from Democrats explaining why none of this is the fault of liberal Democrat spending, regulation – and maybe even Joe Biden's diasterous "Exective Orders".

If you'd like to read a more in-depth analysis on why Democrats continue to make excuses for the failed Biden economy, please read this article from Roll Call. Here's a brief excerpt:
But when it comes to the economy, and in particular inflation, Biden can’t run away from reality. But Biden keeps trying to sell his economic policies as successful to an increasingly skeptical public.

Last Tuesday, he tried to sugarcoat the 6% Consumer Price Index number in a White House statement – without mentioning the actual number.
“Today’s report shows annual inflation is down by a third from this summer at a time when the unemployment rate remains near a 50-year low. That is the slowest annual increase since September 2021.

"I will continue working to lower costs for hard-working Americans so they have a little more breathing room at the end of the month,” the president said in a statement.

Technically, inflation has come down – going from a 40-year high of 9% down to 6% – but wages aren’t keeping up with inflation, which means Americans are falling further and further behind... fast. People are certainly not breathing any easier, and fears of the future are starting to affect American's psyches.

According to the Winston Group’s “Winning the Issues” survey conducted March 1st-3rd:
54% of Americans believe “Government policies under President Biden and Democrats in Congress have caused inflation to increase and prices to go up.”
Only 30% didn’t believe that statement.