Ted Cruz Issues Warning about Biden: ‘White House Is Now Expecting Shocking Inflation Numbers’

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has issued a warning about Democrat President Joe Biden and his handling of the economy.

The warning comes as the Biden administration is set to publish th latest inflation data on Tuesday.

As Slay News previously reported, the White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki attempted to grease the wheel on Monday by pre-blaming Vladimir for the looming data.

Psaki admitted, however, that March’s inflation will be “extraordinarily inflated.”

Ted Cruz warned Americans reeling from sky-high inflation they can expect the crisis to deeper further.

“The White House is now expecting shocking inflation numbers,” Cruz said on Twitter.

The senator then mocked Biden’s attempts to blame his problems on others before listing all the ways the administration has tried to run from the truth and wish the problem away.

Cruz said:

Here’s the list of the Biden admin’s ever-shifting denial of reality about inflation:

-It’s not happening.

-It’s transitory.

-It’s a high class problem.

-It’s a good thing.

-It’s Putin’s fault.

-It’s #Bidenflation.

Speaking Monday, Psaki tried to blame Putin for the rising costs but quickly came clean.

She said: “We expect March CPI headline inflation to be extraordinarily elevated due to Putin’s price hike, and we expect a large difference between core and headline inflation reflecting the global disruptions in energy and food markets.”

NPR reporter Asma Khalid said her reporting shows that people “feel that inflation has predated this war.”

Psaki said: “We’ve talked about inflation long before there was an invasion.

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“But we also know that factually, if you look at the data, the average gas prices are up 80 cents to $1.

“It’s about a 25% — we’ve seen — increase in gas prices since the start of this invasion.

“And we know energy prices is a big driver of the inflation data.

“I will say that anytime there’s heightened monthly data or inflation reporting or numbers, it is a reminder to us, our allies on the Hill, and hopefully to many of the American people that we need to do more to reduce costs for the American people,” Psaki said.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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