It’s been less than a week since Joe Biden claimed the U.S. was “on the right path” following an economic report that highlighted two consecutive quarters of negative growth.
The report concluded that the U.S. economy was deep in a recession thanks to the Biden regime’s progressive fiscal policies, yet the White House is twisting itself into a pretzel trying to redefine what it means to be in a recession.
JUST IN – Biden's statement on the shrinking US economy: "We are on the right path." pic.twitter.com/ukQEN4YVBL
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) July 28, 2022
This level of obfuscation alone should be grounds for impeachment!
A major benefit of being a Democrat is the party’s chokehold on mainstream “news” outlets during a historic period of journalistic malpractice. So-called journlalists working at these liberal outlets will publish the most outlandish stories in an effort to uphold the progressive regime, otherwise known as the Democrat Party.
This was proven by their media push to redefine what it means to be in a recession despite decades of video contradictory video evidence.
A clip of former President Bill Clinton provided a perfect example of the high-level propaganda being pushed by the White House. The clip showed former Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush meeting in the oval office where Clinton defined a recession as “two quarters in a row” of economic contraction.
The clip circulated widely on social media, and Republicans are using it to expose Joe Biden’s lies.
The video showed the then-president at the White House in December 2000 alongside incoming President George W. Bush answering questions from the pooled press. Asked about his fears of a potential recession, Clinton replied by defining the term, saying: “Well, a recession is two quarters in a row of negative growth.”
"A recession is two quarters in a row of negative growth."
— President Clinton, Dec. 19, 2000 pic.twitter.com/h04jcPX7P3
— Howard Mortman (@HowardMortman) July 28, 2022
Sen. Ted Cruz retweeted the clip on Saturday alongside the caption: “Bill Clinton was right.”
The otherwise ordinary comment from Clinton has taken on new meaning in recent weeks, as the Biden administration has attempted to avoid using the term to describe the current economy.
Though a recession is usually defined by two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth, administration officials have disputed the definition in an apparent deflection on the nation’s current financial woes.
The country’s GDP fell at a 1.6% annualized rate in the first quarter and by 0.9% in the second rate, meeting the common definition of a recession.
However, the regime is now relying on its influence over media outlets in an effort to distract the public from the ongoing recession.
The progressive regime knows that they’re on video giving the true definition of recession. But that won’t stop them from pushing a massive propaganda campaign in an attempt to redefine a well-established economic phenomenon in an effort to mitigate Democrat losses in 2022 and 2024.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth