ICYMI: Senator Marshall Addresses The Senate Floor on Crippling Bidenflation

Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Roger Marshall spoke on the Senate Floor about President Biden’s economic crisis that has driven ‘Bidenflation.’ Today, the American dream is out of reach for hardworking Americans everywhere. Today Kansans are paying over $800 more a month for basic necessities, gas prices are doubling, and groceries are up 20% under the Biden Administration. 

You may click HERE or on the image above to watch Senator Marshall’s full remarks. 

Highlights from Senator Marshall’s remarks include: 

“The average Kansas family is paying $800 more per month just for basic needs. $800 more a month. When we gave them the tax cuts, in the previous administration, the average Kansas family was able to put $2,000 more back into their pocket. Now this administration has taken an extra $800 just to pay for their basic necessities.”

“The White House Economy has made housing totally unaffordable, especially for first time homebuyers. Let’s think about what the American dream is. I think everyone, every American dreams of owning a home and in Kansas – a truck and a fishing boat. But under this President, none of those are happening.”

“…those [Kansas business owners] are the ones that are being stung by Bidenflation. There is no one immune from it. But before they could go through their list of concerns, I asked them a serious question. Is there any policy remaining that this White House could implement that would hurt their business more? Was your one policy the White House hasn’t turned over yet that could hurt their business more? And they sat there silent – crickets. They couldn’t think of one more thing that this White House could do to hurt their business. They don’t have workers because the White House pays more to stay at home than to go to work. They need lumber, they need nails, they need bolts, they need plumbing supplies, heating and air, if they could get them, those are all through the roof.”

“Mr. President, you’re not Ronald Reagan. You should not put your name on something that’s a miserable failure. Reaganomics gave us a great opportunity, perhaps the greatest economy of my lifetime. But your economy, why would you put your name on the worst economy in nearly half a century?”

“No matter what you say, no matter how you spin it, you’re not going to convince the folks back home that this economy is good. They’re smarter than that. Americans know otherwise. Bidenflation – that’s the title of the chapter in the history book.”