Biden to Staff in 2021: ‘I Will Fire You on the Spot’ if You Disrespect Others

Biden to Staff in 2021: ‘I Will Fire You on the Spot’ if You Disrespect Others

President Joe Biden may have to fire himself for calling Peter Doocy a “stupid son of a bitch” because he told his staff in 2021 that he had a zero-tolerance policy toward treating others with disrespect.

During a hot mic moment on Monday, Joe Biden called Peter Doocy of Fox News a “stupid son of a bitch” for asking a question about inflation.

“Do you think inflation is a political liability in the midterms?” Doocy asked the president.

“It’s a great asset,” the president sarcastically responded. “More inflation. What a stupid son of a bitch.”

As it turns out, the man who promised to restore civility in the White House has violated his own rule. In 2021, when swearing-in dozens of appointees and staffers upon his inauguration, the president said, “I will fire you on the spot” for treating others with disrespect.

“I’m not joking when I say this, if you are ever working with me and I hear you treat another colleague with disrespect, talk down to someone, I promise you, I will fire you on the spot,” he said.

“Everyone, every single person, regardless of their background, is entitled to be treated with dignity,” Biden added. “I expect you to do that for all the folks you deal with.”

Biden further emphasized that he works for the people and not the other way around.

“People don’t work for us, we work for the people,” Biden said. “I work for the people. They pay my salary. They pay your salary.”

Biden is not the only one whose past statements came back to haunt him on Monday. In fact, several members were reminded of statements made during the Trump administration as they dismissed the president’s rhetoric toward Doocy.

According to Peter Doocy, Biden called him on Monday night to say the comment was “nothing personal.”

“He called my cell phone. He said, ‘It’s nothing personal, pal.’ And we went back and forth, and we talked about, just kind of, moving forward. And I made sure to tell him that I’m always going to try to ask something different from what everybody else is asking. And he said, ‘You’ve got to!’” Doocy told Sean Hannity.

“Did he apologize?” Hannity asked.

“He cleared the air, and I appreciate it. We had a nice call,” Doocy replied.

“That is not an answer. Did he apologize? That doesn’t sound like an apology,” Hannity pressed.

“He said it is nothing personal, pal. And I told him I appreciated him reaching out,” Doocy emphasized. “With all the stuff going on, I appreciate that the president took a couple of minutes out of his evening while he was still at the desk to give me a call and clear the air.”

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HOT MIC: Joe Biden Calls Fox News Reporter ‘Stupid Son of a B***h’ over Inflation Question

HOT MIC: Joe Biden Calls Fox News Reporter ‘Stupid Son of a B***h’ over Inflation Question

President Joe Biden got caught calling Fox News reporter Peter Doocy a “stupid son of a bitch” over a question about inflation on Monday.

The hot mic occurred during a White House press conference Monday afternoon when Peter Doocy asked the president if rising inflation will severely hurt the Democrats in the coming mid-terms.

“Do you think inflation is a political liability in the mid-terms?” Doocy asked the president.

“It’s a great asset,” the president sarcastically responded. “More inflation. What a stupid son of a bitch.”

Doocy laughed it off shortly after the exchange during an appearance on Fox News:

While inflation might seem like an obvious political liability for the coming mid-terms, the Democrats have not exactly framed it that way in recent months, often characterizing the issue as a rich people problem that average voters do not care about.

New York Times contributor Sarah Jeong tweeted last November:

All the stuff you see about inflation in the news is driven by rich people flipping their shit because their parasitic assets aren’t doing as well as they’d like and they’re scared that unemployment benefits + stimmy checks + 15 minimum wage + labor shortage is why.

Likewise in November of last year, Rakeen Mabud, chief economist of the Groundwork Collective, argued that inflation was actually a “good sign.” This sentiment was echoed by Anne Price of the left-wing group Insight Center.

New York Times columnist David Brooks also argued in November of last year that America needed inflation “as a society to heal.”

“I have high tolerance for inflation in this kind of economy. Because I think we need it as a society to heal,” said Brooks. “But if it turns out to be accelerating 1970s inflation, that becomes its own monster.”

In an op-ed for CNN Business last December, Alison Morrow wrote that “inflation can actually be good for everyday Americans and bad for rich people.”:

Inflation can actually be a good thing for many working-class Americans, especially those with fixed-rate debt like a 30-year mortgage. That’s because wages are going up, which not only empowers workers but also gives them more money to pay down debt.

Contrary to Biden’s assertions, given that the Democrats have been arguing in favor of inflation for the past few months, Doocy’s question about inflation’s affect on the upcoming midterms is anything but stupid.

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U.S. Economy Slows to ‘Near Standstill’ as Omicron, Supply Chain Delays, and Inflation Surge

U.S. Economy Slows to ‘Near Standstill’ as Omicron, Supply Chain Delays, and Inflation Surge

Economic growth in the United States slowed sharply in the first weeks of the year due to supply chain disruptions, high prices, and labor shortages linked to the surge in Covid-19 infections, according to data from a purchasing managers survey released Monday.

The U.S. IHS Markit flash composite purchasing managers index, one of the first comprehensive looks at economic growth this year, fell to 50.8 in January from 57.0 in December, severely undershooting expectations and signaling almost no growth in the economy. Economists had forecast a reading of 56.7.

“Soaring virus cases have brought the U.S. economy to a near standstill at the start of the year, with businesses disrupted by worsening supply-chain delays and staff shortages, with new restrictions to control the spread of Omicron adding to firms’ headwinds,” said Chris Williamson, chief business economist at IHS Markit.

The flash composite measures economic activity in both the services and manufacturing sides of the economy. Readings above 50 indicate growth.

The gauge of business activity in the services sector fell to an 18-month low of 50.9, barely above the no-change mark of 50. The manufacturing metric fell to 55 from 57.7 in December, the lowest reading in 15 months.

“The slowdown in output growth was broad-based, with both manufacturing and service sector firms reporting near-stalled output as the steep spike in virus cases associated with the Omicron wave meant ongoing supply issues and labor shortages were exacerbated by renewed pandemic related containment measures,” IHS Markit said in its report.
Manufacturers said that new sales growth was often held back by weaker demand due to price hikes and efforts to work through inventories.

Service providers said that growth was slowed by labor shortages and employee absences linked to the omicron surge. Demand remained strong, with new orders continuing to expand.

“Output has been affected by Omicron much more than demand, with robust growth of new business inflows hinting that growth will pick up again once restrictions are relaxed,” Mr. Williamson said.

On the inflation front, the pace of price hikes for goods and services picked up to the third-fastest on record (since October 2009) as companies sought to pass higher costs on to customers. Businesses, however, said costs rose at the slowest since last March. Nonetheless, cost inflation remains higher than any time prior to the current wave. Companies said cost increases were driven by rising supplier costs and upward wage pressures.
Businesses are optimistic about the year ahead. But this optimism is tempered by concerns about further price rises and customer responses to inflation.

Supply chains have continued to deteriorate but the pace of the deterioration has declined, according to IHS Markit.

“This has in turn helped lift manufacturing optimism about the year ahead to the highest for over a year, and has also helped bring the rate of raw material price inflation down sharply. Thus, despite the survey signaling a disappointing start to the year, there are some encouraging signals for the near-term outlook,” Williamson said.

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Poll: 72 Percent Say Nation Headed in Wrong Direction 

Poll: 72 Percent Say Nation Headed in Wrong Direction 

Seventy-two percent of Americans say the nation is headed in the wrong direction, a Sunday NBC News poll revealed.

As rising inflation, coronavirus chaos, supply chain woes, and foreign policy blunders have impacted Americans throughout 2021 and into 2022, 72 percent of respondents believe the country is on the wrong track, up one point from October’s NBC News poll.

Only six times have 70 percent or more of Americans believed the nation is headed in the wrong direction in consecutive surveys.

The polling also revealed both President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’s approval ratings remain in the 30s. Biden: 39-48 percent. Harris: 32-49 percent.

According to the poll, the economy and jobs are the most important crisis facing the country (42 percent), with coronavirus (29 percent), election integrity (25 percent), and border security (22 percent) subsequently ranked.

Americans overwhelming trust Republicans to solve Biden’s struggling economy. Gallup polling revealed 50 percent of Americans say Republicans are better for ensuring prosperity, while only 41 say the same about Democrats.

With inflation reaching a 40 year high, reducing the purchasing power of workers’ wages, due to Biden’s mismanagement of the economy, the NBC News poll showed Republicans have a double-digit enthusiasm lead over Democrats ahead of November’s elections.

Sixty-one percent of Republicans are excited to oust House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (R-CA) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) from their leadership positions. Only 47 percent of Democrats are excited about defending their leaders from losing congressional control.

To shore up the lack of enthusiasm, Democrats will continue to push Biden’s costly “Build Back Better” agenda in smaller “chunks” to galvanize voters in swing states and districts.

Democrats, along with establishment Senate Republicans, are considering another stimulus package to pump more money into the economy in hopes it will not continue to negatively impact the Democrats’ midterms.

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United Nations and World Bank Predict Increased Global Starvation Due to Fertilizer and Farm Costs

United Nations and World Bank Predict Increased Global Starvation Due to Fertilizer and Farm Costs

It’s easy to ignore the United Nations and World Bank pontificators as Über-leftists and global climate change fanatics.  However, of value to us ordinary peeps, is a recognition that U.N and WB outlooks permeate the World Economic Forum and Davos groups.

The multinational corporations and quasi-governmental entities in/around the World Economic Forum (WEF) are the people who call themselves “elites” and shape global policy.  As a result, when the U.N. and Word Bank start talking about widespread global famine as a result of energy policy impacts to the farming industry, specifically natural gas costs and fertilizer resulting in lower crop yields, it is worth paying attention.

We have already discussed the U.S. impact from higher fertilizer costs HERE.   As a nation we are blessed and fortunate to be living on land that is naturally healthy and fertile enough to grow food in abundance.   However, if our crop yields drop our export ability diminishes.  The world relies on the U.S. as a food basket.  You might have recently heard about foreign countries buying up U.S. farmland? Well….

In this outline from the Wall Street Journal, they note those increased costs mean less crops in all continents especially the third world regions.  That can be catastrophic for nations that already have food insecurity issues.

(Via Wall Street Journal) Christina Ribeiro do Valle, who comes from a long line of coffee growers in Brazil, is this year paying three times what she paid last year for the fertilizer she needs. Coupled with a recent drought that hit her crop hard, it means Ms. do Valle, 75, will produce a fraction of her Ribeiro do Valle brand of coffee, some of which is exported.

There is also a shortage of fertilizer. “This year, you pay, then put your name on a waiting list, and the supplier delivers it when he has it,” she said.

[…] Farmers in the U.S. are also feeling the pinch, with some shifting their planting plans. But the impact is expected to be worse in developing countries where smallholders have limited access to bank loans and can’t pay up front for expensive fertilizer.

Fertilizer demand in sub-Saharan Africa could fall 30% in 2022, according to the International Fertilizer Development Center, a global nonprofit organization. That would translate to 30 million metric tons less food produced, which the center says is equivalent to the food needs of 100 million people.

“Lower fertilizer use will inevitably weigh on food production and quality, affecting food availability, rural incomes and the livelihoods of the poor,” said Josef Schmidhuber, deputy director of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization’s trade and markets division.

As the pandemic enters year three, more households are having to cut down on the quantity and quality of food they consume, the World Bank said in a note last month, noting that high fertilizer prices were adding to costs. Around 2.4 billion people lacked access to adequate food in 2020, up 320 million from the year before, it said. Inflation rose in about 80% of emerging-market economies last year, with roughly a third seeing double-digit food inflation, according to the World Bank.

Diammonium phosphate, or DAP, a commonly used phosphate fertilizer, cost $745 per metric ton in December—more than double its 2020 average price. December prices for Eastern European urea, a widely exported nitrogen fertilizer, were nearly four times the 2020 average.

[…] Tony Will, chief executive of CF Industries Holdings Inc., a leading nitrogen fertilizer manufacturer based in Deerfield, Ill., said he expected lower fertilization levels this year to result in reduced agricultural yields. The company has only reopened one of the two U.K. plants it closed in September, citing high natural-gas prices and low availability of truck drivers. Plants in North America, where gas prices are lower, are running at maximum capacity, Mr. Will said.

Industry experts say European production is likely to be constrained as long as natural-gas prices remain high there, with shortages in parts of the developing world amplified by trade restrictions in other major fertilizer exporters. (read more)

Leftism has consequences.  Chase the surfacing issue back to its origin, and you will find the climate change agenda at the heart of changes in energy policy.  The changes in energy policy, as noted above, have consequences like higher prices.  Those higher prices for natural gas, oil, fuel, etc mean higher prices for fertilizer… which leads to less food.

Chasing the climate change agenda actually kills people.  Then again, from the perspective of the climate change cult, less people are not a bad thing.

As we have shared…. “The absence of food will most certainly change things.

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Barrasso: Putin’s Aggression Is ‘Funded by Energy’ and Biden’s Policies ‘a Jackpot’ – $100 a Barrel for Oil Is Possible if Russia Invades

On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “America Reports,” Senate Republican Conference Chair Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) argued that Vladimir Putin’s “aggression right now is being funded by energy, which is his cash cow and the Biden policies previously have been a jackpot for Putin that is funding all of these things.” And that if Russia invades Ukraine, energy prices will go up “and I think $100 a barrel is not out of the question.”

Barrasso said, “So Putin’s — all his aggression right now is being funded by energy, which is his cash cow and the Biden policies previously have been a jackpot for Putin that is funding all of these things. So, we’re going to see exactly how this plays out. But as a poker player, Putin is a guy that gets a lot of different hands dealt to him and then ultimately decides to choose which of those hands to play.”

He later added that if Russia invades, “people will be paying more at the pump and they’ll be paying more to heat their homes. Because Vladimir Putin uses energy as a weapon and Joe Biden has fallen into Putin’s trap. Right now, people are paying a dollar a gallon more than they were a year ago when Joe Biden came into office. Remember, on day number one, Joe Biden killed the Keystone XL pipeline, declared war on American energy. And then he’s had to go back and ask OPEC plus Russia to produce more energy to sell to the United States. So, today, we are using twice as much crude oil from Russia than we were a year ago. Energy prices are at a seven-year high right now at home. So, I expect energy prices to go up if Putin invades and I think $100 a barrel is not out of the question.”

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Joe Biden Says He Is Ready To Help You Understand How Great Things Are

Joe Biden Says He Is Ready To Help You Understand How Great Things Are

If things don’t seem quite right, if your future looks bleak or your financial situation feels vulnerable, don’t worry. President Joe Biden is about to explain to you that because of him, you’re actually doing fine, thriving even, and once you’ve heard from him, you’ll understand just how good your life is.

As we witness the coronavirus spreading at a rate exponentially higher than it ever did under Biden’s predecessor and as shoppers take out a second mortgage to buy bread and milk, Biden hosted his first press conference of the year to let you know that what you’re seeing and what you’re reading isn’t what’s happening.

Noting just how miserable everything under Biden is, an Associated Press reporter asked the president if he had “overpromise[d]” on what he told voters he would do and how he would “course-correct going forward.”

Biden replied not that he’s going to make any policy changes or reversals, but that he needs to do a better job of explaining how much better life is for you since he was elected.

“Look, I didn’t overpromise, but I have probably outperformed what anybody thought would happen,” he said. (Yes, he said that.) He went on to say, “What I have to do, and the change in tactic, if you will: I have to make clear to the American people what we are for. We’ve passed a lot. We’ve passed a lot of things that people don’t even understand what’s all that’s in it, understandably.”

And so, Biden said, he will soon be “out on the road a lot, making the case around the country,” that things are solid.

You’re stuck wondering if you’ll ever be able to travel worry-free internationally again, or if your current budget plan is sustainable with record inflation? You just don’t understand how great this is! Hold on, Biden is on the way to help you understand why you’re wrong and should in fact be ecstatic with his performance.

Biden also said it’s “the bottom line on COVID-19 … that we are in a better place than we’ve been and have been thus far, clearly better than a year ago.”

That’s interesting. Here’s the latest from The New York Times’ COVID summary report: “The Omicron variant has pushed the country’s daily case reports to record levels, with more than 800,000 new infections being reported each day”; “[a]bout 150,000 coronavirus patients are hospitalized nationwide, more than at any previous point in the pandemic”; and, “[a]round 1,900 deaths are being announced each day, a 50 percent increase over the last two weeks.”

Biden talked for two hours, a reflection of the apparent belief at the White House that their biggest problem is that they haven’t been speaking enough, that they should have been explaining all along what good shape you’re in.

Ahead of the conference, CNN correspondent Phil Mattingly dutifully reported that “one Democratic lawmaker” saw the event as “an opportunity to start to reclaim the narrative.”

Earlier in the day, The Washington Post had a story chock-full of quotes from White House officials eager to help you understand things that you apparently aren’t yet grasping.

“We have a lot of work left to do, but we’ve had a very productive year,” White House Deputy Chief of Staff Bruce Reed told the paper. “The White House has done a very good job of helping the president carry out the agenda he ran on. … So I think that the strategy for the year ahead is the same formula we followed for the past year, which is keep working, keep getting things done, keep moving the ball downfield.”

Deputy White House Chief of Staff Jen O’Malley Dillon said, “It’s important to take stock of where we’ve come,” because there’s “a really strong story to be told about what’s happened in this administration over the last year.”

Communications Director Kate Bedingfield assured voters that Biden “is doing everything in his power to make their lives better,” and, “We’re going continue to make progress.”

See there. Don’t you feel better?

It’s still almost three years away, but even with all that reassurance that things are looking pretty good, Biden’s chances for reelection aren’t as rosy. An Associated Press survey out Thursday showed less than 30 percent of the public wants him to run again in 2024. Not even a majority of Democrats said they want him to run. But that’s probably because they haven’t yet seen him explain how nice life is at the moment.


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Jobless Claims Unexpectedly Jump as Omicron Surge Takes Toll

Jobless claims unexepectedly jumped last week, suggesting that omicron has begun hitting the labor market.

Initial filings for the week ended January 15 totaled 286,000, up from the previous week’s 231,000. Analysts surveyed by Econoday forecast claims would fall to 207,000.

The total was the highest since mid-October. Jobless claims have been on an uneven climb since falling to the lowest level in 50 years in early January.

Continuing claims, which are released with a week’s delay, climbed 84,000 to 1.64 million.

Real time indicators of travel and leisure activity, including airport foot traffic and restaurant bookings, have recently indicated declines as new case numbers have surged.

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