Ingraham presented two of her own laws. The first, “For every rise in inflation, there’s a roughly equal and opposite decline in Biden’s poll numbers.”
It further showed that 87% of respondents were concerned about inflation and rising prices.
“And now Americans are watching in horror as their incomes and savings get decimated by rising prices for food, clothing, shelter and energy,” Ingraham said.
“If Democrats weren’t already worried about their prospects in 2022 and 2024, they should be now,” Ingraham said.
The rising inflation was exacerbated by the shipping shortages caused by bottlenecks in the U.S. supply line. To mitigate the crisis, the Biden administration announced that it worked on the logistics with the Los Angeles port to expand its hours of operations to 24/7. “By increasing the number of late-night hours of operation and opening up for less-crowded hours when the goods can move faster, today’s announcement has the potential to be a gamechanger,” Biden said.
Ingraham suggested a different plan of action. “Or … maybe the Biden administration could actually take steps to unclog our ports? To start, Biden could appoint and the Senate could confirm a transportation secretary who’s actually qualified and not a total hack.”
Another step Biden could take is to work to end vaccine mandates that are, in part, causing a shortage in the workforce.
“Biden could also help alleviate the reported shortage of truckers — and workers in general — by backing off his divisive and anti-science vaccine mandates. We can’t afford to have any more of our transportation infrastructure grind to a halt, so end the vaccine mandates now!”
Ingraham lamented that the media has the back of the administration.
“Of course, they can always count on their peons in the media to cover for them.”
Ingraham said that if Biden “rams” the multi-trillion-dollar agenda through, “inflation would get a lot worse.”
Increased inflation would “trigger Ingraham’s second law of consequences.”
The second is that “The more miserable a political party makes Americans, the more likely they are to get thrown out of power.”