Major admission: Joe Biden cites ‘recession’ that got bad ‘2 years ago’

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Joe Biden and his administration officials have been trying to claim the U.S. are not in a recession.

Interest rates are sky-high. Inflation is even higher. Families are having to pay thousands more now to have the same lifestyle as when Biden took office. Energy prices have exploded based on Biden’s war on the energy industry. Many products are AWOL in stores.

But it’s not a “recession,” the feds claim.

But that line may now be gone, as Joe Biden himself has cited the “recession” that began two years ago.

It was two years ago that he took office.

Talking about the nation’s economy, which has been devastated under his economic policies, he said, “We got back on our heels. No, think about it. Think about why the recession got so bad two years ago. Cars got so expensive. We didn’t have semiconductors. Scores of them are in the engines of every automobile.”

Shouting at his audience, he said, “We invented them! And then we went to sleep! We exported jobs!”

commentary from the partisan WeLoveTrump site said, “Why is Joe Biden shouting? Well, it appears it’s because he may have accidentally revealed that the United States is in a recession. You see, the Biden administration has been adamant that we are ‘not’ in a recession.”

Biden also delivered another “word salad,” as he often does during his speeches, with the, “I’ll paraphrase the phrase of my old neighborhood: The rest of the countries, the world is not a patch in our jeans if we do what we want to do, we need to do.”

Biden was appearing with Sen. Mitch McConnell in Kentucky at the time.

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