CBS tried to pin our economic woes on the Ukraine crisis and you need to enjoy the replies because the ratio is glorious
· · Feb 23, 2022 · NottheBee.com

You know how two years of insane spending, lockdowns, dividing people, and making stupid political decisions has caused inflation and our supply chain to go off the rails this last year?

What you didn't know is that it's actually due to Ukraine! 🤡

To be fair, the article itself focuses on how much MORE inflation we're about to have because of the Ukraine invasion. But the wording on the tweet, including the present perfect verb "has been," was chosen with a purpose.

Let's not forget a few months ago, CBS was pushing Biden's claim that inflation was due to climate change:

Then, Psaki told the media (which happily took her excuse with no pushback) that online Christmas shopping was the problem:

Now, it's UKRAINE!

In short, the media is throwing excuses at the wall to see what sticks – ANYTHING to protect the houseplant currently planted in the White House.

Here's what the article says:

Although many Americans may prefer that the U.S. stay out of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the brewing violence and political fallout are already hurting their wallets. Gasoline prices, which have hit eight-year highs — could surge even further if the hostilities escalate or if U.S. lawmakers pass another round of sanctions.

Hmm. If only that guy Biden hadn't shut down the major Keystone XL pipeline and new oil drilling on his very first day in office, then spent the last year shutting down more pipelines, making the U.S. an importer of oil after years of energy independence.

Anyway, you came here for the GLORIOUS RATIO on this dung pile.

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Here were just a few of the many, many, MANY replies:

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Absolutely Glorious!


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