“The Biden administration doesn’t seem to notice this is happening or acknowledge it. Like all neoliberals, they treat unchanging truths about anything as heresy. They censor them and shut them down,” says Fox News host.
The American people’s standard of living is plummeting dramatically thanks to the Federal Reserve-driven inflation and the Biden administration’s commitment to ignore it, according to Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
Carlson began his Friday monologue of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” by showing disturbing images of New Yorkers waiting in long lines for food as part of a food shortage phenomenon that hasn’t been seen for “nearly 100 years.”
“It’s what we used to call a bread line. Most of these people are not homeless or not addicted to drugs. Some of them have jobs. They just can’t afford enough food,” Carlson explained. “Very few living Americans have ever seen anything like this. It’s been nearly 100 years since the United States experienced widespread food shortages. That’s long enough that most of us have forgotten what it means.”
“Here’s what it means. If you want to make a society volatile, not just angry and divided, which is where we are now, but revolutionary and explosive, then you threaten the food supply. More governments have fallen to rising food prices than to any other cause by far. Hungry people are dangerous,” he noted.
To make matters worse, Joe Biden and his handlers are keen to ignore the alarming problem of American families paying an average of $3,500 more annually due to rising food and gas prices.
“The Biden administration doesn’t seem to notice this is happening or acknowledge it. Like all neoliberals, they treat unchanging truths about anything as heresy. They censor them and shut them down. They live in an entirely ideological world that they created. They believe reality conforms to their theories, not the other way around,” Carlson asserted. “And why wouldn’t they think that? If you can change your sex just by wishing it so, you can probably eliminate inflation simply by pretending it doesn’t exist. When you’re God, there are no limits.”
“The problem is they’re not God. They’re not even very capable economists. More than a decade of reckless fiscal policies have devalued the U.S. dollar to the point that middle-class people can barely survive in the United States. Now, the suffering of regular Americans doesn’t have the thrilling imminence of, say, war footage from Ukraine, but it’s real and it matters.”
The price of gas has gotten so high, Carlson pointed out, that thieves across the U.S. have begun stealing gas from cars.
“Rising gas prices make people desperate. You wouldn’t know that from watching television because most people who bring you the news don’t know what the price of gas is, and a lot of them don’t care because they don’t drive themselves,” Carlson said. “But the rest of the country cares very deeply what the price of gas is, and in some places, the problem is so bad, gas prices are so expensive, that thieves have taken to drilling holes in gas tanks to steal it.”
After showing Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Biden Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg dismissing valid concerns of rising fuel and food prices, Carlson warned that the country is “teetering on the edge of something awful” and must be fixed sooner rather than later.
“So, the question once again is: How long can this continue?” Carlson asked. “It’s one thing to pretend that boys can compete in girls’ sports, and that’s totally natural; it’s always the way it’s been. That may be offensive to people, but when they can’t afford to buy groceries, boy, you are really teetering on the edge of something awful. They should wake up, soon.”