Biden Uses TikTokers to Spin on Gas Prices


The White House allegedly contacted 30 TikTok influencers to brief them on the situation in Ukraine. But, as we highlighted, there was more to it than that, as White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest piled on the misinformation during the call. Psaki erroneously claimed that not only did the Russians hack the 2016 election, but that the epidemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine were the causes of inflation and price increases.

They’ve spent the entire time attacking energy and submitting to a socialist narrative. They’re now attempting to deflect blame for the long-term implications of that approach by claiming that none of it is their fault. They also want TikTok users to assist them propagate their lies. They’ll chat to 18-year-olds who pose for the camera, but they won’t speak with energy firms or do anything to alleviate the constraints that have exacerbated the problem.

SNL’s version on the meeting with the TikTokers was funny, ridiculing the White House approach.

Americans also told Joe Biden that no matter how many TikTok users he used to convey his message, this current storyline was not going to work. Americans have been living with the reality of this for months, and they are well aware that it is not due to Putin.

Americans disapprove of Biden across the board, according to a new poll from ABC News/Ipsos, but especially when it comes to the economy, inflation, and gas costs.

President Biden has a 70% disapproval rating on inflation, compared to a 29% favorable rating. 70% of people disapprove of gas prices, while only 28% approve.

Americans’ wallets have been stung by increasing inflation in recent months, and now Biden is feeling the pinch in his support ratings. Seventy percent of Americans are unhappy with his approach to inflation.