Buttigieg Accused of “Political Spin” When Asked About Biden’s Claim Economy is ‘Strong as Hell’ (VIDEO)
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Sunday was accused of “political spin” when asked about Biden’s absurd claim the economy is ‘strong as hell.’
Joe Biden on Saturday stopped at a Baskin Robbins ice cream shop in Portland, Oregon.
Democrat nominee for governor of Oregon Tina Kotek joined Joe Biden at the ice cream parlor.
- The world is on the brink of nuclear Armageddon.
- The US economy is in a recession.
- The border crisis is getting worse by the day.
- Inflation rates are at 40-year highs.
Meanwhile Joe Biden is licking an ice cream cone and bragging about the economy.
“Our economy is strong as hell,” Biden said with a mouth full of chocolate chip ice cream.
Biden is eating ice cream bragging about the economy.pic.twitter.com/eR5ro9cLMx
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) October 16, 2022
The US economy is currently in a recession after two back-to-back quarters of negative GDP growth, but Biden keeps claiming we are not in a recession.
“The president said this week that the economy is both ‘strong as hell,’ but also if there is a recession, it will be very slight. What exactly is the forecast?” CBS’s ‘Face the Nation’ host Margaret Brennan asked Buttigieg.
“Well look, forecasting is by its nature is something that’s a little uncertain,” Buttigieg, the incompetent small town mayor turned Secretary of Transportation said.
“That’s political spin,” Margaret Brennan said.
Biden said “the economy is both ‘strong as hell,’ but also if there is a recession, it will be very slight. What exactly is the forecast?”
PETE BUTTIGIEG: “Forecasting is by its nature is something that’s a little uncertain.”
“That’s political spin.” pic.twitter.com/HI3OQhVnPv
— Brad Porcellato (@BradPorcellato) October 16, 2022