The Census Bureau says 25 million adults didn't eat enough in the last week, the highest since March 2020 ... but here's where I remind you there's no mean tweets
· Aug 4, 2022 ·

When Democrats promised us that Joe Biden would bring back the "norms" that Americans have known for decades, I'm not sure they were talking about this kind of normal:

Data from the Census Bureau showed that last month, 25 million adults sometimes had not had enough to eat in the previous seven days. That was the greatest number since just before Christmas in 2020, when the pandemic continued to take a high economic toll and the unemployment rate was nearly twice what it is today.

A survey conducted by the Urban Institute found that food insecurity, after falling sharply in 2021, rose to roughly the same level this June and July as it reached in March and April 2020: Around one in five adults reported experiencing food insecurity in the previous 30 days. Among adults with jobs, 17.3 percent said they had experienced food insecurity, compared with 16.3 percent in 2020. (The most recent survey had 9,494 respondents and a margin of error of 1.2 percentage points.)

So grateful for all these normative normie norms right now.

Looking at the Biden years right now like:

...while reflecting on the Trump years like:

Missing those mean tweets every day, folks!

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