Biden administration suggests that enriching Chinese manufacturers to fight inflation is "worth considering" ... it's like they're TRYING to lose now
· Apr 25, 2022 ·

Democrats: Champions of the working class!

The Chinese working class.

Our leaders' latest effort to ensure a future defined by Chinese hegemony comes courtesy of U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Friday said it was worth considering taking steps to lower U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods given the "desirable effects" such a move could have on lowering U.S. inflation, which has hit 40-year highs this year.

Those desirable effects absolutely do not include limiting Democrats' potential electoral losses this November so stop thinking that right now.

No, this is all about helping the American worker, at least the American worker who doesn't have a job making "non-strategic" goods.

Yellen's comments come a day after a top White House adviser, Daleep Singh, suggested the United States could lower tariffs imposed on a host of non-strategic Chinese goods such as bicycles or apparel to help combat inflation.

"Why do we have tariffs on bicycles or apparel or underwear?"

I don't know about you, but as far as I'm concerned, underwear is a very strategic good.

I wonder how the workers at all these companies feel about being so unimportant in the eyes of the Biden administration?

Sorry, unless you make microchips, pharmaceuticals, or hire Hunter Biden, your job just isn't that important.

Inflation (and what it's doing to Democratic prospects) is what's important, which is why Janet Yellen wants to:

" everything that we can to lower inflation."

Now she wants to lower inflation. When she was in charge of monetary policy and had direct influence over inflation just five years ago?

Yellen is like a firefighter arsonist, setting off inflation so she can then heroically swoop in to the rescue.

I know what you're thinking, hasn't the Biden administration made a big deal about bringing back "made in the USA"?

Sure, but that was what, a week ago?

I'm sure it'll be okay.

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