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Karine Jean-Pierre was roasted in an 'Orwellian' tweet promoting '0% inflation'

President Biden's top spokesperson was accused of lying on Wednesday by tweeting that "inflation will be 0% in July". I was. The consumer price index rose 8.5% year-on-year.

"Our economy just received the news that she had 0% inflation in July," White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Wednesday. tweeted to.

"Prices went up, but some things, like gasoline and clothing, fell."

Jean-Pierre also welcomed the drop in gasoline prices, saying, " The fastest in a decade," she called. This "saved an average of $106 a month by having her two cars in the American family."

In the same tweet in her thread, Jean-Pierre wrote, "Almost his first real wage increase in a year." She also called on her House of Representatives[17] to pass the Inflation Reduction Act[18] "as soon as possible" to "reduce the cost of health care, prescription drugs and energy."

However, Twitter users disagreed with her Jean-Pierre claims.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre toed the administration line that the country saw "0% inflation in July."
Twitter users pushed back on Jean-Pierre's tweets on Wednesday.
Twitter users disagree Jean-Pierre's tweet on Wednesday.

"Good, no more 'inflation laws'..." tweeted Yossi Gestetner.

Another of his Twitter user, Kevin Dalton, posted a link to a news article showing July inflation at his 8.5%, writing:

Joel Griffiths, a research fellow at the Heritage Foundation, posted a tweet showing price hikes on key commodities.

It's close to the highest it's been in years," he noted.

One of his Twitter users added a "clown face" filter to clips of Jean-Pierre advertising economic strength on the podium in his room in the White House press. 47} even added.

The rate of inflation was 8.5% in July -- hovering around record levels not seen in four decades.
July inflation was at his 8.5%, hovering at a record level not seen in the last 40 years.

However, regime supporters attempted to clarify Jean-Pierre's tweets. One person noted that the spokesperson said he meant "last month's inflation rate was 0%," meaning "it hasn't gone up last month."

However, another Twitter user replied: We compare each year. But you wouldn't know it.

Last month, Jean-Pierre was widely ridiculed for claiming that "we are stronger financially than we have ever been."

Americans continue to be saddled with higher-than-usual food prices.
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One million new jobs created.” — Critics attributed this to the end of pandemic-related lockdown measures and the en masse return of Americans to the workforce after the vaccination push.

Last month's 8.5% rise in inflation was lower than June's sharp rise of 9.1%, but it is still hovering at its highest level since 40 years ago.

Core inflation, which excludes food and gas prices, rose by 5.9% annually, up 0.3% from June.

Analysts said declining demand had led to lower gas and energy prices,but a volatile geopolitical situation, including the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine. Considering possible hurricanes in the United States, that trend could easily be reversed.