Democrats Didn’t Expect To See This Girl Again, Guess Who’s Running For Governor

Democrats have to be losing their minds right now. Their attempts to win back their fleeting base have driven them all insane and now some Trump-era favorites are starting to throw their hats into the fight. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Trump’s former White House Press Sec, appeared on Fox News with host Jesse Watters and she had plenty to say about Biden, Democrats, and the current crisis we’re all in:

“Inflation is a pay cut for every single American,” the Arkansas gubernatorial candidate told host Jesse Watters. “It’s hurting the middle class the most. All of the people you just showed [who] are struggling whether or not to fill up their gas tank or buy groceries and having to pick and choose — they are losing their freedom as Americans.”

She added that a mother should “never be terrified” of not being able to find baby formula in the United States.

“It’s disgraceful. It is absolutely embarrassing.”

President Biden “is frankly not fooling anyone, but he’s blaming everyone.

He refuses to assume responsibility for having been an “epic failure” and for the same failure that the Biden administration causes in “literally everything” it touches, she said.

What is more, the administration has no plans to fix inflation, Huckabee Sanders continued, saying its lack of solutions to ease inflation is “so astonishing.”

Huckabee Sanders called on “strong conservatives” to step up and push back against the federal government.

“It’s one of the reasons I’m running for governor,” she explained. “We have to make sure we have a coalition of strong conservative governors pushing back. It’s why I’m hopeful that Republicans will take back the House and the Senate in November, and stop the out-of-control, reckless government spending that is happening at the federal level.”


Bloomberg executive editor Robert Burgess wrote an op-ed Saturday warning that the Federal Reserve is acting as if it expects a recession.

“Well, that was quick. In just more than a week, US Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell has gone from expressing confidence that policy makers will be able to avoid pushing the economy into a recession while rapidly raising interest rates to control inflation to remarking, as he did on Thursday, that a downturn is out of the central bank’s control,” Burgess wrote.

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