INCREDIBLE FOOTAGE: President Biden Argues That The U.S. Is In Shambles Due To Putin’s Actions, And A Bird POOPS On Him

Even the birds did not like of President Biden’s performance in Iowa on Tuesday, when a winged spectator defecated on the ailing commander-in-chief during a speech inside a barn. As he began a 25-minute speech, Biden’s blue suit took a direct blow as he blamed the US’ 8.5 percent annual inflation rate on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine rather than his own activities. “I’m here today to talk about what we’re doing to decrease prices for American families and put rural America at the core of our efforts to build an America-made future,” Biden remarked seconds before being attacked. “That’s not hyperbole!”

The president kept talking about his proposal to allow larger quantities of ethanol in fuel in gasoline this summer, completely oblivious to the white splatter immediately over his US flag lapel button, as he stood close to a massive mound of cornmeal. After making his address, Biden chatted with a few dozen people at the facility, none of whom notified him of the ugly addition to his attire. As annual inflation spiked in March after months of trending higher, Biden’s trip was planned to announce an Environmental Protection Agency rule change allowing gas with 15% ethanol to be sold after June 1, when ethanol in gas is normally limited to 10% due to smog concerns. Biden’s trip was intended to announce an Environmental Protection Agency rule modification enabling petrol with 15% ethanol to be marketed after June 1, when ethanol in gas is generally limited to 10% due to related difficulties, as annual inflation jumped in March following months of creeping higher.

Despite the fact that consumer costs had been creeping higher over the previous year — which opponents blame on Biden’s policies and increased government spending — Biden blamed price rises on Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. According to a CBS survey issued Sunday, 69 percent of US people disapprove of Biden’s handling of inflation. Even Democrats are divided on the president’s approach, with 41% disapproving. The president tripped on his own narrative on Tuesday, talking about how his $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill might cut food costs by modernizing locks on the Mississippi River, before confessing he was sick of hearing himself speak. People also demonstrated against Biden’s visit to the state, which President Donald Trump won by more than 8% in 2020.

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