Today, reports show the U.S. economy shrank at a 1.4% rate over the past year. Combine this with record high inflation, skyrocketing gas prices, and an energy crisis, you have real suffering taking over America.

Yet, for some time, the media and Democrats have been trying to sugarcoat the bad news. NPR published a stroy with the headline, "The economy is strong but voters aren't feeling it. That's a problem for Biden." The Washington Post believes Democrats are just struggling to deliver their message. Democrats like Cindy Axne continue to ignore the problem, calling worries "false advertisements."

Despite what the media and Democrats say, Americans have been saying the economy is not on the right track.  A poll conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that 7 out of 10 Americans say the nation's economy is in bad shape.

"For months the media has tried to say the economy is 'strong' or that Democrats need a 'better message' on the economy, but in reality none of it is true," said Republican Party of Iowa Communications Director Kollin Crompton. "Our nation's economy is in a bad place, and Iowans blame Joe Biden for it."


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