The chickens are coming home to roost for President Joe Biden as a result of his catastrophic policies, and with no end in sight to the economic pain, Senator Rick Scott is calling for his resignation in a series of new television ads to promote his “Rescue America” plan, a 12-point guideline on how Republicans can save the nation if the GOP wins back control of Congress in the midterm elections.
The Florida Republican’s reported 7-figure ad buy comes as the stock market is tanking, people are being pummeled by the devastating one-two punch of record gas prices and the worst inflation in over four decades and Biden’s party is conducting their vindictive J6 committee political farce instead of working to address important issues such as the uncertain economic future faced by Americans and their families.
The latest of Scott’s ads to hit the airwaves features a video clip of a confused Biden incorrectly saying that the former Florida governor is from Wisconsin, with Scott stating that the nation’s 46th president is “unfit” for office, a sentiment already shared with tens of millions of Americans with more coming to the conclusion every day.
“Joe Biden has destroyed America’s economy,” Scott says. “It’s time to be honest with the American people. Joe Biden is unfit for office and should resign.”
“Senator Rick Scott from Wisconsin,” Biden says in the video clip, “I think the man has a problem,” declared the POTUS who has derisively referred to the Sunshine State senator as “Ultra-MAGA” in an insult along the same lines as the “basket of deplorables” that Hillary Clinton denounced during her doomed 2016 presidential campaign.
“I’m Rick Scott from Florida, and I do have a problem and so does every American. Biden is forcing America into a recession, I’ve got a plan to turn our country around,” he said, inviting viewers to drop by RescueAmerica.com where he provides in-depth details of his roadmap out of the abyss that Biden and the Democrats have dragged the country into with their failed policies, none worse than the war on the domestic fossil fuel industry.
Besides his background as an attorney, Scott once also served as the chief executive of the private healthcare firm, Columbia/HCA before serving as Florida’s governor from 2011 to 2019.
On Monday, markets plummeted with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling by 876.05 and the S&P 500 dropping to hit a new low for the year, entering bear territory as inflation fears take hold with little optimism that Biden is even remotely considering a course correction.
Last week, Biden took his act to late-night television where he told smarmy liberal host Jimmy Kimmel that “we have the fastest growing economy in the world,” a lie so outlandish that even CNN had to fact-check him on it.
Joe Biden: “We have the fastest growing economy in the world”
The economy shrank last quarter. pic.twitter.com/MYirE2dRU7
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) June 9, 2022
In an indication that Biden’s ability to hoodwink Americans is waning, a recent Wall Street Journal-NORC poll found that a whopping 83 percent of respondents believe that the economy is doing poorly as pessimism settles in over the crushing effect of spiraling prices.
Scott’s plan states that “Socialism is un-American and always leads to poverty and oppression” and that “Socialism will be treated as a foreign combatant which aims to destroy our prosperity and freedom.”
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