Biden, Krishnamoorthi’s Inflation Keeps Prices High for Illinois Families
Schaumburg, IL – August inflation numbers highlight the continued impact of the spending Washington Politicians like Joe Biden and Raja Krishnamoorthi as prices remained shockingly high over the last month. Biden and his allies are showing just how out of touch they are as they continue promoting the inflation bill as prices continue to go up.
Raja Krishnamoorthi and Washington Democrats promised action to bring inflation down, and instead signed off on more than a trillion dollars in new spending, hired 87,000 new IRS agents to squeeze more tax revenue out of working class families, raised taxes on the middle class, and continue to spend with no regard for the impact on American families
Chris Dargis released the following statement: “Prices across the board are 8.3% higher than a year ago. Food, housing, and goods continue to remain significantly more expensive than they were just 12-months ago. Your grocery bill is higher than it’s ever been and Raja Krishnamoorthi is to blame. His reckless spending of trillions of dollars while we continue facing gas prices nearly $2 a gallon higher than the day Joe Biden took office is an insult. He’s hurting Illinois families and yet stands in front of you and asks you to re-elect him. We’ve seen how the politicians do business, and no one is getting ahead except the politicians.”
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