Piers Morgan BLASTS Joe “Santa Claus” Biden’s $6 Trillion Spending Spree
In the back of my mind, I have a list of people who I dislike to a high degree.
When Obama was president, he was at the top of that list. Today, he’s nowhere near the top.
Coming in at number two though was Piers Morgan. I could not stand the guy. Today, he seems to be not as bad as he was 6-8 years ago.
I’ve seen him criticizing a lot of people and ideas that I actually agree with.
Recently, he’s come under fire for criticizing Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah calling much of it lies, and to be honest, some of it was actually proven to be lies.
In a piece that Morgan wrote for Daily Mail, he talks of Biden’s limitless spending spree and warns of a financial collapse much like we had in the Great Depression.
“…President Biden seems to have appointed himself as the nation’s chief croupier – dishing out free chips to everyone, on the (White) House!
He’s only been in power for 100 days but has so far pledged to give away $20,000 for every single American citizen – a commitment of $60 billion for each day in office.
Last night, he gave his first address to a joint session of Congress and enthusiastically pitched his $2.3 trillion ‘blue-collar blueprint’ American Jobs Plan and $1.8 trillion investment into ‘human infrastructure’.
Biden insisted he wasn’t going to ‘punish’ anyone to pay for all this – well, apart from the rich – and definitely wasn’t going to add to the tax burden for the middle class.
But as he spoke, he looked and sounded more and more like Santa Claus – a benign, smiling old man announcing he was giving away free gifts to everyone.
And the problem with Santa Claus, as Jordan Belfort pointed out, is that we all want to believe in him, but he doesn’t exist.
He’s a figment of our imagination – a wonderfully inspiring, romantic, feel-good figment, but a figment all the same.
And the cold, snow-encrusted reality about Santa Claus and his incredibly generous ‘free ‘gifts is that the bill for them actually gets paid by the people he ‘gives’ them to, as America’s parents all know when their January credit card charges come in.
…he’s the least generous person in the world. He just talks a good game.”
“…the roaring 2020s may crash and burn as fast as the roaring post-war 1920s did if Biden’s not very careful.”
I’d honestly love to just quote the entire article because he really does nail the situation spot on. He even brags on President Trump for getting the economy running like a well-oiled machine until the pandemic hit.