YouTuber-turned-boxing star Jake Paul has blasted Joe Biden voters, declaring that they “are the American problem” if they “don’t regret” their choice.
Paul is an Internet superstar with 20.4M YouTube followers, 19.9M Instagram followers, and 4.3M Twitter followers.
Young people listen to him and he just called out Biden and anyone who supports him.
Paul took to social media to blast Biden’s numerous failures.
He wrote: “Biden accomplishments: 1. Highest gas prices. 2. Worst inflation. 3. Plummeting crypto prices. 4. Highest rent prices ever. 5. Created new incomprehensible language.”
In the tweet to his millions of followers, he then twisted the dagger:
“If you’re reading this and voted for Biden and you still don’t regret it then you are the American problem.”
1. Highest gas prices
2. Worst inflation
3. Plummeting crypto prices
4. Highest rent prices ever
5. Created new incomprehensible language
If you’re reading this and voted for Biden and you still don’t regret it then you are the American problem.
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) June 12, 2022
It is hard to argue with the young influencer.
However, Keith Olbermann tried from way up in his ivory towers where he is protected from skyrocketing inflation.
“Crypto prices, Sonny?” Olbermann replied.
“It really is quite a feat: you’re dumber than you look.
Crypto prices, Sonny?
It really is quite a feat: you’re dumber than you look.
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) June 12, 2022
A global selloff intensified following a surprise American inflation print that heaped pressure on the Federal Reserve to step up monetary tightening.
Treasury yields traded at multi-year highs and the dollar surged.
S&P 500 futures sank more than 2% and Nasdaq 100 contracts slid as much as 3.5%.
The S&P 500 is flirting with a bear market after Friday’s shock consumer prices report ignited a more-than-$1 trillion selloff.
The Stoxx 600 traded at its lowest level since early March.
Yields on 10-year US Treasuries reached 3.28%, the highest in more than a decade, and a rout in European government bonds also gathered pace, with the yield on German’s two-year government debt rising above 1% for the first time in more than a decade.
The exodus from stocks and bonds is gaining momentum on fears that central banks’ battle against inflation will end up killing economic growth.
Inversions along the Treasury yield curve point to fears that the Fed won’t be able to stave off a hard landing.
Equities are still not fully reflecting the vast risks facing corporate earnings and weaker consumer demand, according to strategists at Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group Inc.