The Democratic Party is in total shambles. They won the 2020 election with a lot of irregularities. The Maricopa County audit is almost complete and we will have the final results which at this point looks like it could flip the state to Trumpunofficially at first anyway. This will lead to audits in other swing states. That could be problematic for the Democrats. That alone could swing the 2022 election towards the Republicans.
But, on top of that, you can see what Biden and the Democrats are doing to the economy. In any election, if the economy is sinking, it affects the paychecks of Americans. That will be the number one issue in 2022 with illegal immigration running a close second.
Another issue will be jobs. All of the great-paying jobs Biden and the Democrats are destroying will drive even more towards the Republicans.
But, the Republicans need to be true to their message and follow the Trump agenda which was wildly popular. After Biden, the Trump agenda looks much better to those who may have voted for Joe Biden in 2020. It is the perfect storm leading up to the midterm elections.
The Democrats can’t win it but the Republicans can lose it if they go full RINO. I don’t believe the Democrats have offered the poor or middle class a single good thing in their agenda that they have allowed the far left from coopting.
Deutch Bank has some warnings for the world about the US economy:
Deutsche Bank has issued a stark warning on inflation after consumer prices in the U.S. rose at a faster rate in May than any time since the Great Recession.
In its report Thursday, the government said that overall consumer prices rose 0.6 percent in May, bringing the annual inflation rate to 5 percent, the highest level since August 2008.
Core inflation, which excludes volatile energy and food costs, rose 0.7 percent in May after an even bigger jump in April, and is up 3.8 over the past 12 months, the quickest rate since 1992.
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In a report this week, Deutsche Bank wrote: ‘Rising prices will touch everyone. The effects could be devastating, particularly for the most vulnerable in society.’
‘Few still remember how our societies and economies were threatened by high inflation 50 years ago. The most basic laws of economics, the ones that have stood the test of time over a millennium, have not been suspended,’ the report warned.
The report expressed concerns that huge deficit spending by Congress as well as the Federal Reserve’s loose monetary policy could supercharge inflation rates.