Democrats Rebrand High Spending As Way To Reduce Inflation

Are Americans buying it?

  • As midterms approach, Democrats attempt to rebrand high spending not as a driver of inflation, but as a mechanism to lower consumer costs through government benefits.
  • The White House has put the Inflation Reduction Act at the center of its messaging on inflation, even as consumer prices rose to 8.2 percent and economists dispute whether it will reduce costs for Americans.
  • The economy was ranked as the top issue for voters in a New York Times-Siena College poll, with President Joe Biden receiving a 58 percent job disapproval rating.
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