Economic “Red Flag” Goes Up After Biden’s First Year

( A report from The Washington Examiner reveals how President Joe Biden has presided over a year of economic woes, with economic satisfaction plunging since he entered the White House and the cost of goods and services surging through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

It comes after a study from Gallup shows how only 33% of American adults are happy with the state of the economy right now – a drop from the 43% who said they were happy at the time Biden took office. It’s an even more staggering figure when compared to the 68% of people who were happy with the economy during the Trump administration before the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

In January, some 64% of Americans said that they were dissatisfied with the economy, and roughly one-third of respondents said that they were “very dissatisfied.”

That’s not good for President Joe Biden…or anybody, in fact. Economic dissatisfaction hasn’t been this bad since January 2014, when Joe Biden also happened to be in the White House.

Are you noticing a theme?

It comes as inflation accelerated to 7% by the end of last year, rising at the fastest pace since the early 1980s. The cost of gas is at a record high and supermarket prices are rising all the time.

The Examiner’s report also revealed how the American people are also unimpressed with the American military’s strength and preparedness under the Biden administration, with 61% stating that they are happy with the military’s preparedness compared to 74% at the beginning of last year.

Bidens’ disastrous withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, which left thousands of Americans and allies stranded and in danger, no doubt had something to do with that.

Biden has less than three years to turn this around. Can he?