MSNBC, 俄罗斯总统弗拉基米尔普京周日将该国的核力量置于高度戒备状态,因为公民继续接受, ABC figures warn voters against gas prices influencing their vote in November

Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell told readers that it was awild fantasyto believe the GOP could lower gas prices, as she warned voters tothink carefully about what they’ll get if they cast their ballot based on gas prices,” in a Sunday opinion piece.

“总统的办公桌上没有一些可以调节汽油价格的超级秘密专用拨号盘, 但许多选民不这么认为,” 她写了.

Fuel prices at a Chevron gas station in Menlo Park, 加利福尼亚州, 我们, 星期四, 六月 9, 2022. Stratospheric Fuel prices have broken records for at least seven days with the average cost of fuel per gallon hitting $  4.96 截至 6 月 8, according to the American Automobile Association.

Fuel prices at a Chevron gas station in Menlo Park, 加利福尼亚州, 我们, 星期四, 六月 9, 2022. Stratospheric Fuel prices have broken records for at least seven days with the average cost of fuel per gallon hitting $ 4.96 截至 6 月 8, according to the American Automobile Association. (摄影家: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

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They’re counting on voters to project their hopes and dreams — including their wildest fantasies about cheaper gas — onto Republican challengers,” her analysis continued.

But Rampell claimed that neither party had “严重” solutions to dealing with gas prices or inflation and there wererelatively few tools” 那 拜登总统 or Congress could use tohelp boost oil production or moderate inflation.” 所以, she advised voters to ignore the gas price problem at the voting booth.

Quoting colleague E.J. 狄安, she cautioned that if Republicans win in November that could lead tofar more radical and sinister forces” 尝试去 “undermine democracy.

On MSNBC’s “早上乔,” branding guru Donny Deutsch fretted that pocketbook issues would win out with voters this year and in 2024 as more important to them than America’s democracy beingin peril.

I’m concerned and everything in my gut tells me… unfortunately, the gas prices and bread is going to be more compelling,” he said Thursday.

Polling bears that out, with surveys consistently showing inflation is the most significant issue to Americans right now. 一个 福克斯新闻最近的民意调查 发现 41 percent of voters say inflation will be an important factor in their midterm decisions, well above issues like guns (12 百分) and abortion (10 百分). Another poll from ABC News earlier this month found 71% of Americans disapprove of Biden on inflation.

MSNBC host Joy Reid and political analyst Matthew Dowd characterized a red wave as a “威胁” the media needed to warn voters against on Monday.

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We have to tell the voters what the threat is just like we do, Joy, we tell them about inflation, and we tell them about job growth, and we tell them about a hurricane, and we tell them about tornadoes, and we tell them about wildfire, we have to treat this assault just like we have to tell them about the assault on democracy,” Dowd said.

People shop in a supermarket as rising inflation affects consumer prices in Los Angeles, 加利福尼亚州, 我们。, 六月 13, 2022.

People shop in a supermarket as rising inflation affects consumer prices in Los Angeles, 加利福尼亚州, 我们。, 六月 13, 2022. (REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)

Fellow MSNBC host Tiffany Cross took the same approach on her show Saturday, complaining that inflation was more of a concern for voters than the Jan. 6 committee hearings.

Come this November, will voters be more concerned with saving money than saving democracy?” 的 “交叉连接” 主持人问.

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Cross griped that inflation and “高价” dominated media coverage, which led Americans to be less interested in thecompelling testimonies and evidencein the Jan. 6 committee hearings.

Condition of Economy Poll

Condition of Economy Poll (福克斯新闻)

This constant storyline of inflation, and people are feeling it at the grocery store. So it is challenging when, come November, when it’s time to cast a ballot,” 她开始了, adding that she wonderedhow seriouslyvoters took the threat of Republicans winning in November.

“风景” host Joy Behar absolved Biden of any responsibility for the energy crisis and said Republicans just wanted to make Bidenlook bad.

“顺便说一下, inflation is a worldwide problem, he’s getting blamed for that. The gasoline is a worldwide problem, yes its $ 5, $ 6 这里, 就好像是 $ 11, $ 12 在欧洲. So you cannot blame the president for every single thing,” Behar continued on the June 6 表演.

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Responding to the media defense of Biden, PRICE Futures Group senior market analyst Phil Flynn said Biden administration policies like drilling moratoriums and killing the Keystone Pipeline are driving down investment in oil and gas, hurting supply and raising prices.

I think out of every president in recent history, if you can blame a president for rising gasoline prices, President Biden owns this gasoline price hike,” Flynn told Fox News Digital. “为什么? Because every policy he has put into place has raised the cost of gasoline.

"风景" host Joy Behar shut down the notion that a "红波" was coming in November on her show last week.

“风景” host Joy Behar shut down the notion that a “红波” was coming in November on her show last week. (Screenshot/ABC/TheView)

Behar and her liberal peers also shot down the idea that a red wave was coming in November, largely as a result of voters blaming Democrats in power for high inflation. “You don’t know that,” she told co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin.

Associate Professor of Business and Economics at The King’s College and Fox News contributor Brian Brenberg criticized the media’s messaging asa desperate attempt to deal with a problem they know is going to be pinnedon Democrats.

By pleading with voters to not let inflation affect their vote, the media is essentially asking people to ‘please ignore everything that affects your life on a daily basis,’” 他说, citing the high costs of groceries, 旅行, gas and electricity impacted by inflation and energy policies.

The economics expert said media pundits who won’t acknowledge that President Biden’s anti-oil rhetoric and promises to end fossil fuels have negatively affected energy costs are engaging in awillful denial of reality.

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Flynn said the media shouldn’t be flippant about so-calledkitchen table issues.

America always votes their pocketbook,” Flynn said. “在一天结束时, 你懂, what they disparagingly call kitchen table issues are real issues to American because it affects their daily lives. 听, people elect leaders so their life improves, not so it can get worse… The American people are smart. They see this as a facade. They see, 你懂, the media trying to make excuses for this administration.

Some liberal media outlets and Democrats have defended Biden energy policies and tried to sell the public in recent months that there was hope on the horizon for the economy.

我们. President Joe Biden speaks during an event at the Royal Castle, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Warsaw, Poland March 26, 2022.

我们. President Joe Biden speaks during an event at the Royal Castle, amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, in Warsaw, Poland March 26, 2022. (路透社)

在十二月, CNN host Don Lemon and reporter Matt Egan hyped a government forecast that suggested gas prices would fall below $ 3 在 2022, touting how Americans were going to getsome reliefat the pump.

Pundits moved on to minimizing voter concerns about the economy, Biden’s energy policies and rampant federal spending, while parroting the White House’s messaging that aPutin price hikewas to blame for soaring inflation, in the spring.

Brenberg said that polls showed voters weren’t buying the media’s messaging and hadmade up their own mindson who to blame for the country’s economic woes.

The media should be holding the administration’s feet to the fire on that with data, not with an ideological agenda but on data, on the facts. They’re not doing that,” he blasted.

So voters therefore have made up their own minds. They have determined what cause and effect is going on here, and you’re seeing that in the polls,” 他说.

福克斯新闻’ David Rutz contributed to this report.

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