Independence Day Costs Skyrocket Amid Biden’s Economic Policies

In President Joe Biden’s economy, celebrating Independence Day is becoming a pricey affair. According to RNC Research, Americans are gearing up for the most expensive Independence Day on record this year. Despite the White House’s previous claims of a mere $0.16 drop in the cost of a Fourth of July barbecue in 2021, the reality is quite different. The American Farm Bureau Federation reports that the same meal now costs a staggering $11.72 more than it did back then.

Last year, the White House tried to spin a narrative of economic success by boasting about the slight decrease in barbecue costs. However, Breitbart News’ fact check revealed that this claim was mostly false. The pandemic-induced abnormal spike in food prices during the summer of 2020 was the main reason for any minor reductions, not Biden’s policies.

Inflation may have slightly slowed down, but it remains above the Federal Reserve’s target. As Americans prepare to enjoy their Fourth of July feasts, they are faced with the highest food prices on record. To add insult to injury, one-third of Americans have had to alter their holiday plans due to exorbitant gas prices, as per an Emerson College Poll.

Amidst this economic turmoil, President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden are set to host the White House barbecue. The timing, 5:00 p.m., seems strategic, perhaps to project an image of vitality in the face of doubts. With Biden’s age and recent debate performance in question, he is pulling out all the stops to show resilience and capability, starting with Independence Day celebrations. Looking ahead, the projected cost of hosting a cookout for 10 guests in 2024 is a steep $71.22, painting a grim picture of future celebrations in Biden’s America.

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