On Thursday, Joe Biden delivered remarks on his failed economic agenda dubbed “Bidenomics” at Prince George’s Community College in Largo, Maryland. This is the first public appearance since his son Hunter was indicted on federal gun charges.
During the speech, Biden made a number of false claims and refused to take any questions from the press, saying he would “get in real trouble if [he] do[es] that.”
The Gateway Pundit Reported:
Joe Biden on Thursday delivered remarks on his failed economic agenda dubbed “Bidenomics” at Prince George’s Community College in Largo, Maryland.
This is Joe Biden’s first public appearance since his son Hunter was indicted on federal gun charges.
Joe Biden repeatedly the same old lies about the state of the economy during his speech.
After he lost a couple of battles with his teleprompter, Joe Biden told the press he can’t take any questions because he will get in trouble.
“I wish I had a chance to take all your questions but I’m gonna get in real trouble if I do that,” Biden said.
Biden: "I wish I had a chance to take all your questions, but I'm gonna get in real trouble if I do that." pic.twitter.com/KYyaA2w5qi
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) September 14, 2023
Biden gets very confused as he attempts to leave the stage following his remarks pic.twitter.com/z8W31ogXma
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 14, 2023
The most important characteristic of Bidenomics is its reliance on government intervention to solve economic problems. As President Donald Trump noted in a tweet shortly after Biden’s speech: “Joe Biden wants to raise taxes by $4 trillion dollars… He plans to massively increase regulation and dramatically grow government control over your daily life.”
This heavy-handed approach is seen as antithetical to traditional conservative values such as limited government and free markets. Moreover, many conservatives argue that government intervention can actually make matters worse rather than better because it restricts free market forces and often results in inefficient allocation of resources.
Erica Carlin is an independent journalist, opinion writer and contributor to several news and opinion sources. She is based in Georgia.