Democrat President Joe Biden went to Iowa on Tuesday and was upstaged by a bird who apparently pooped on his shoulder during his speech.
Biden was trying to spin away his failures as the nation is gripped with out-of-control inflation.
Not even the birds were buying it as Biden tried to blame the past year of soaring inflation on Russian President Vladimir Putin.
One bird apparently reached its limit, swooped in, and pooped on the Democrat president during his speech.
“I’m here today to talk about what we’re doing to lower costs for American families and put rural America at the center of our efforts to build a future that’s made in America,” Biden said moments before the patriotic bird made its move.
“That’s not hyperbole”
Video of the incident quickly went viral and Twitter erupted to let Biden have it.
One user said: “Even the Birds know this guy is full of [poop emoji].”
Another said: “Bird One: ‘Biden always talks bulls***.’ Bird Two: ‘BRB…gotta take a quick birds***.’”
Others said: “Biden wasn’t the only one spouting poop today.”
“Even The Birds are pissed off now. What’s NEXT?” another said.
DROPPING NOW: Bird Poops On Joe Biden in Iowa, Declines to Comment https://t.co/7BnhscqXoO
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) April 12, 2022
Did a bird just poop on Joe Biden? pic.twitter.com/p2Ywv8CbRU
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) April 12, 2022
WATCH: Bird poops on Joe Biden during speech.
Even the birds know he’s a crappy president! pic.twitter.com/XMR0KANJUT
— Nick Adams (@NickAdamsinUSA) April 12, 2022
Also responsible for March’s rate of inflation were shelter costs, which went up 5% annually in March, and transportation services, which increased 7.7%.
Clothing and pets and pet products both rose nearly 7% annually.
Used cars and trucks continued to make up a significant portion of inflation from the year before, though price increases slowed in March.
Used vehicles increased in average price 35% from the previous year, but were down 3.8% from February.
Likewise, commodities excluding food and energy items decreased from the previous month but still represented an annual gain of 11.7%
Again, food prices continued to rise relentlessly, going up by 1% in March from February and increasing a total of 8.8% year-over-year.
The food-at-home category saw the greatest increase within this group, rising by 1.5% from the previous month and 10% on an annual basis.
Within the food category, the index for meats, poultry, fish, and eggs increased 13.7% annually in March while the index for beef rose 16%.
Dairy products, including different types of milk and cheeses, rose 7%.
Butter was up a whopping 14% year over year after increasing 5.8% in the last month alone.