Joe Biden and his failing administration are desperately trying to convince the public that they’re doing a good job. In order to do this, over the last few weeks we’ve seen Joe paraded around in different states as if he’s just some trophy for the Democrats to boast about. Recently, he decided to visit Minnesota, where he attacked MAGA and pretended he had done anything good for the country.
Washington Examiner reports, on Monday, Biden visited the Cummins alternative power manufacturing center in Fridley, Minnesota, as part of his soft rollout of his 2024 reelection campaign.
In particular, Biden gave himself credit for investing in new, clean energy projects and “bringing the supply chain back to America” through the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act and CHIPS and Science Act, and his remarks closely resembled those given by the president in Maryland, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania recently.
Biden asked Monday, “When the United States government makes considerable resources available for new industries, what does that do to businesses?”
As he has on recent trips, the president also criticized “MAGA” Republicans for “refusing to pay America’s bills.”
He said, “they said they’re not going to pay the bill which would, for the first time, America would default on its debt, which would throw us not only in recession, but would be a disaster for the economy.Basically, what we know so far is their plans would explode the deficit.”
Recent weeks have seen Biden increase his national travel significantly. White House officials say he, first lady Jill Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and her husband Doug Emhoff will visit 20 states as part of the president’s Investing in America agenda.”
It was announced during the president’s visit that Cummins would invest $1 billion in its Indiana, North Carolina, and New York manufacturing facilities. “To upgrade those facilities so they can manufacture low- to zero-carbon engines, helping decarbonize the nation’s truck fleets,” the White House said.
White House officials estimate that incentives included in Biden’s economic packages have resulted in $2 billion in investments in Minnesota businesses, “unleashing a manufacturing and innovation boom, building a clean energy economy, and creating good-paying jobs in communities like Fridley and across the country.”
That visit sounds like a failing administration preparing to launch another failing campaign. The question Biden should be asking himself is- will he be the front runner democratic candidate or will he be swapped out? That’s the answer we all can’t wait to get come 2024.
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