BIDENFLATION: Thanksgiving food prices soar up to 60% in Joe Biden's America

"We're definitely more conscious about what we purchase," a holiday food shopper said.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Thanksgiving food staples are extra expensive this year as food prices continue to soar in Joe Biden's America.

As a result, Americans say they are becoming creative to save money, such as dividing up the expenses among family members, and are being more mindful about what they buy.

Some of the holiday favorites impacted by inflation include canned cranberries, canned pumpkins, and russet potatoes.

According to CBS News, canned cranberries are up 60 percent, canned pumpkins have spiked 30 percent, while russet potatoes have seen a 14 percent increase. All within the past year.

"We're definitely more conscious about what we purchase," a Thanksgiving food shopper told the network while speaking on the impact of inflation.

Another holiday food shopper told the network that the cost of feeding their family is "super expensive" this year and said that they were splitting costs with other family members to help ease everyone's pockets.

Despite people struggling to have basic necessities like food due to high grocery prices, President Biden gaslit Americans the day before the Thanksgiving holiday and asserted that his economic policy, known as "Bidenonomics," is working because travel costs are slightly decreasing.

"Folks, no matter where you're headed this holiday season, you'll be heading there for less. Gas prices are down $1.70 from their peak, airfares are down 13%, and car rental prices are down about 10%. And we're not done taking action to get those prices down even more," Biden said on X.

While these costs might have temporarily decreased, the Biden administration's policies caused them to skyrocket in the first place. They are still drastically up from when Republican President Donald Trump was in the White House.

Last year, Thanksgiving food prices also reached record highs and this year surpassed it. Some Americans spend as much as 27 percent of their income on groceries, meaning that these increases will ultimately affect poorer families.
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