DeSantis Blasts Both Parties: Unleashes Plan to Crush Inflation
Ron DeSantis fired shots at both political parties for their reckless spending habits that have left consumers grappling with skyrocketing inflation rates this week. DeSantis didn’t mince words during his interview with Norah O’Donnell on “CBS Evening News,” blasting the government’s out-of-control spending and presenting two bold strategies to curb inflation.
DeSantis, in a display of raw fiscal acumen, laid down the law, “Stop spending so much money,” he said. He argued that we need a president who can rein in Congress’s rampant spending, one of the primary culprits behind our current inflation nightmare. He then unveiled his second strategy: “Open up domestic energy production.” DeSantis argued that soaring energy costs are a significant factor contributing to inflation.
In a desperate attempt to shift the blame onto Republicans, O’Donnell pointed out that under Donald Trump’s presidency, the national debt grew by $8 trillion. She also highlighted that Republicans have earmarked more in spending bills than Democrats do. But DeSantis was ready for her, agreeing that both Republicans and Democrats share the blame for the country’s dire fiscal situation.
“Yes, of course,” DeSantis said. “This is Republicans and Democrats in D.C. that have done this. This is not just one political party. Republicans talk big when they’re out of power. But when they get in, they don’t put their money where their mouth is.” He further stated that Trump added almost $8 trillion to the debt in four years, despite running on a promise to eliminate the national debt.
DeSantis’ candid admission of his own party’s shortcomings is nothing short of remarkable. It’s a wake-up call for all politicians, regardless of party affiliation, to take responsibility for their actions and to stop playing the blame game. It’s a refreshing breath of honesty in a political climate rife with finger-pointing and denial.
DeSantis’ plan to combat inflation is clear and straightforward: Stop the spending madness and boost domestic energy production. It’s high time for politicians to listen, learn, and take decisive action. American consumers are tired of paying the price for their government’s fiscal irresponsibility.
This is not just about the economy; it’s about the future of our nation. It’s about ensuring that our children and grandchildren inherit a country that’s financially stable and prosperous.
.@RonDeSantis to CBS on how both parties have contributed to inflation by spending too much money 👇
CBS's @NorahODonnell: On that issue of spending, the issue is that, in fact, Republicans and under Donald Trump, he added $8 trillion for the debt…Republicans have earmarked… pic.twitter.com/SVc6JSpiLT
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) September 13, 2023