The stock market in the United States followed suit, dropping almost 1,000 points and closing at its lowest level since 2008. The S&P 500 fell 2.3 percent, heading for its lowest day since February. As health experts in Europe and the United Kingdom rushed to suggest barring air traffic from southern Africa, airlines and other travel stocks plummeted. The price of oil has dropped more than 13% on fears of another global economic slump.
According to the reports, President Joe Biden describes his administration’s deliberations over whether or not to impose visa restrictions on eight African countries as “a clown show.” Moreover, a reporter tracked him out in Nantucket, where he’s living with the family at a billionaire’s property, and asked him what he thought about the stock market’s dramatic drop.
Furthermore, he’s comfortably ensconced in the billionaire’s mansion in Nantucket, his money (and that 10%) presumably protected. His 401(k) isn’t in jeopardy, and he won’t have to worry about new COVID limits, which he’s probably considering right now.
Despite this, he had no strategy and hasn’t gone close to halting it, and more people have died as a result of the virus under his watch than during Donald Trump’s. Despite Trump’s immunizations and the treatments we’ve created since then to combat the virus, this is still the case.
“I will halt the virus,” Joe Biden said after Hurricane Katrina, but the virus increased instead, and now it’s assumed that horrible things will happen when it “rises,” much like inflation. So the question is, who was the one that put a stop to it?
Joe Biden lectures struggling Americans, telling them to have some "perspective about where our economy stands today." pic.twitter.com/TQzMmel0vh
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 23, 2021