With President Biden preparing to give his State of the Union address tonight, I wanted to give you a brief idea of the agenda items that Biden is likely to boast about during the speech. Here are 6 big lies Biden will talk about in the State of the Union tonight:
1. Biden has reduced the budget deficit by $1.4 trillion,
2. Biden inherited an economy on the decline,
3. Inflation was already high when Biden took office,
4. Biden has lowered the price of gas,
5. Biden has secured the southern border, and
6. Biden is increasing domestic oil & gas production.
It's vitally important to understand what the President is likely to discuss during his speech before both Houses of Congress, Supreme Court Justices, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. So when you're watching the State of the Union, keep in mind that President Biden is likely to take credit for things he hasn't actually accomplished (ex: lowering gas prices), and he will likely try to downplay the failures of his term in office (you probably won't hear a lot of discussion about the Chinese spy balloon).
To get a more in-depth analysis of Biden's upcoming speech, please read this article from The New York Post. An excerpt of the article can be found here:
When President Biden stands before Congress and issues his State of the Union address Tuesday night, he will proclaim victory on the nation’s economy. Most Americans are going to wonder what country he’s talking about.
Yes, the jobs market is strong, and that’s good news. But sorry, Mr. President: The American economy is not strong. It isn’t even good.
The last two years have been pretty rotten on almost every metric: the squeeze on family finances, inflation, immigration, declining test scores in schools, the budget deficit and debt, out-of-control government.
We need to pay attention to what the President has to say in his address to the nation, because we need to be prepared to combat prominent Democrat lies before we can get America back on track. I'm hopeful that we can re-invigorate the American economy, and that starts by exposing the lies the President will tell in his State of the Union address.