Journalist and Fox News contributor Joe Concha appeared on “Hannity” to discuss the economic direction of the country under the Biden administration, roasting the president for his “intentional” actions that have destroyed the economy during “the attempted transitioning” to “the new liberal world order.”
Concha, along with former Senator Scott Brown (R-MA) and Fox & Friends Weekend co-host Rachel Campos Duffy, ripped President Joe Biden for the current state of the economy, from skyrocketing inflation to record-high gas prices.
Railing about the price of gas and Biden’s willingness to prop up the oil industries in Venezuela, Iran and Saudi Arabia, Brown pointed out the terrible poll numbers the president is facing, stating: “38% approval rating, 85% of the people say we’re going in the wrong direction, and he’s gotta get his act together. This administration is doomed and it’s not doing anything right.”
Concha appeared to agree with the former senator’s point, and even questioned how there could possibly be anyone in the U.S. that is happy with the current direction of the country.
“Scott put up that stat before about 85% of voters don’t like the direction of the country,” he said. “I’d love to do some keg stands over the weekend with those 15% who think that things are going in the right direction. Who are these people?”
Concha went on to point out that even the mainstream media is turning on Biden, though it should have happened a long time ago when the president first began his crusade to destroy the economy.
“But seriously, you see, now the press is turning on Mr. Biden, I keep reading, you know, that should have happened the minute he actually tried to sell the country on this notion that if you spend trillions upon trillions of additional dollars on top of the trillions we already have and you flood the system,” Concha said. “Somehow he made this argument that that will lower inflation and the deficit.”
He then brought up Biden’s economic advisor, Brian Deese, who recently caused an uproar on social media after his response to a question about families not being able to afford high gas prices was: “This is about the future of the liberal world order, and we have to stand firm.”
Concha cited Deese’s comment, pointing out that he said the quiet part out loud.
“And Brian Deese, who somehow is the chief economic advisor to the President of the United States, he said the quiet part out loud,” he said. “Right, that this is all intentional, the attempted transitioning of this economy and energy policy to the new liberal world order. It sounds like something out of the Star Wars Senate. I guess that’s the plan.”