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Build Back Better never did start commencement. Instead, what we’ve actually received is more of a Build Back Broke plan.

Before Biden stepped into office, our economy was doing well in spite of the liberal governors trying to bring everything down and closing businesses.

But as soon as Biden was given the helm, he absolutely wrecked everything and sent our country into a realm of lack of supply, higher demand, higher prices, more unemployment, and massive inflation.

The big guys like Jerome Powell are saying that we’re nearing the end and that the inflation is going to start tapering out, but that’s just what they say so that they can make people thing that everything is alright. It’s sort of like parents not letting their kids onto the bad things that are happening around them that they’re not aware of.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said that the coming hyperinflation could and will change people’s lives forever. In a couple of short tweets he said,

 “Hyperinflation is going to change everything. It’s happening.” 

Then in the other he said, “It will happen in the US soon, and so the world.”

CNBC reported,

The tweet comes with consumer price inflation running near a 30-year high in the U.S. and growing concern that the problem could be worse that policymakers have anticipated.

On Friday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell acknowledged that inflation pressures “are likely to last longer than previously expected,” noting that they could run “well into next year.” The central bank leader added that he expects the Fed soon to begin pulling back on the extraordinary measures it has provided to help the economy that critics say have stoked the inflation run.

My personal perspective on the matter is that we likely won’t see hyper inflation because bonds are still showing to be valuable to investors. If we started seeing people losing confidence in bonds, then that’s when we’d see hyperinflation. So I don’t think that we’ll see hyperinflation necessarily, but we will see inflation, especially because of the mess we’ve got with the supply chain and the oil industry.


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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