Over the Labor Day holiday weekend, Democrat Joe Biden continued to criticize the American people in public. This time, he did it by spreading misinformation and utilizing rubbish and propaganda to divert attention away from what are expected to be highly anticipated midterm elections in November.
In an effort to minimize the causes of the US’s financial problems, Biden offered a band-aid remedy and praised himself in a way that would only appeal to voters with “low election information.”
After the monthly CPI showed inflation maintaining steady at 8.5 percent, Biden recently claimed that there was “zero inflation” in July, which was a blatant lie. The brazen lie from Biden comes from the leader of the same failed administration that had recently altered the traditional definition of a recession in order to avoid taking responsibility for it.
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And now he managed to impress folks once more with his inflationary “brilliance”:
“Biden hit the campaign trail on Labor Day, headlining rallies in two key battleground states as he continued his attacks on the tens of millions of Americans who didn’t vote for him in the last election and deflecting the blame for his ruinous economic policies,” according to BizPac Review.
The divider-in-chief attacked “Trumpies” during one of these stops in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as he sought to mobilize union members whose votes would be crucial in determining whether the Democrats will be able to increase their Senate majority in the upcoming midterm elections.
Where are all my “Trumpies” at? 🤣 pic.twitter.com/ndfFfYTZxb
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But what particularly provoked anger was his claim that the biggest inflation in four decades was caused by the high price of cars and a lack of the computer chips required to make them, according to the site.
“By the way, the reason why last time out, last year inflation was so high,” Biden remarked.
Here, Biden tries to seem sophisticated:
“You know why they cost so much?” Biden asked. “They didn’t have the computer chips to make the automobile.”
Biden: "The biggest reason [inflation] was so high is because of the cost of automobiles. Do you know why they cost so much? Because they didn't have the computer chips to make the automobiles." pic.twitter.com/9pBWXyDKMB
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In response to Biden’s remarks over the weekend, independent journalist Jordan Schachtel tweeted, “Had no idea a dozen eggs have computer chips in them.”
Additionally, Biden praised himself for a new law that will increase domestic production of computer chips.
He added, “I also signed the CHIPS and Science Act, a groundbreaking law. We’ll once again manufacture semiconductor chips that power every day — everything — our smartphones, dishwashers, automobiles, national security stuff — right here in America.”
What Materials Are Necessary for Computer Chip Fabrication? was a recent article by MatMatch’s Emily Newton that covered a different topic.
The production of computer chips has reportedly been hampered recently by a significant shortage of the components used in their assembly. Thanks to current electronics, chipsets are utilized in almost everything, therefore the incident has an impact on a variety of industries, including automotive, manufacturing, shipping, computer, and construction. What’s the big issue, though, is a pressing concern for individuals who are not on the development path?
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Which raw computer chip materials are responsible for such a shortage? And which materials are the most important for computer chip fabrication?
A Massive Industry for Computer Chip Materials
In 2019, there were over 2 billion computers in the world, counting servers, desktops, and laptops. But that does not factor in simple computers, achieved through chipsets and similar technologies. Still, that’s a lot, but it doesn’t explain how many are sold each year. CONTINUE READING…