Laura Ingraham: Biden Campaign Taking Over Biden White House

By Jerry McConway, updated on February 13, 2024

The special counsel report released last week was devastating for the Biden administration.

Joe Biden was portrayed as someone who was not mentally fit to stand trial, let alone run the White House, which is what Laura Ingraham addressed on "The Ingraham Angle."

Talking Points…
- Special Counsel report details
- Laura Ingraham says campaign taking over White House
- Analysis

Devastating Special Counsel Report

As most of you know by now, the report on Biden's handling of classified documents was, public relations speaking, more devastating than an indictment against Biden. If that happened, he could have pushed back, but being told that he was not mentally fit to stand trial because he would be perceived as an elderly man with a bad memory is devasting, considering that is the exact narrative that Donald Trump and Republicans have been pushing against Biden.

The Biden campaign, which Jill Biden seems to be taking over, is now trying to push back against the report, calling it a political attack. In addition, it has been forced to change its messaging. For instance, during the Super Bowl, instead of Biden doing the traditional interview, the White House released a video ad of Joe Biden attacking businesses for shrinking product packaging.

Laura Ingraham Says Campaign Taking Over White House

Joe Biden has been hammering Bidenomics, but the American people are just not buying the idea they are better off today than they were under Donald Trump. So, the administration has started to look to place the blame elsewhere, as noted above.

Laura Ingraham addressed this during a recent segment, stating:

"Now, for many months, the president has been frustrated that he's not getting credit for the great economy because they can't admit their massive spending drove the high prices that caused inflation. The Biden campaign decided it would help if they used other words instead. Take out the 'in; and add 'greed' and 'shrink.'…"

"They don't realize that he's actually attacking his own economy. Now, companies shrink products not for fun. It's not fun to do that, but they do it because if they don't, they have to raise prices. It's basic economics, kids."

As Ingraham pointed out, the message the campaign is sending is the exact opposite of what the White House had been pushing to that point, which was that inflation was under control and that it was time for the Fed to start to cut interest rates again. Ingraham's full segment is below…

Analysis

Biden is in real trouble, and this big shift proves that Biden is now more worried about getting re-elected than he is about making sure this country is defended and solvent.

As Ingraham alluded to in her piece, Biden has refused to take the blame for anything that has gone wrong, and the shift in messaging to blame "shrinkflation" on businesses is utterly ridiculous. They are actually helping Biden by shrinking packaging to make it appear as though prices are not going up when, in actuality, the per-ounce cost is shooting through the roof.

It will be very interesting as we move forward in the campaign to see if there are still conflicting messages or if the Biden campaign and Biden White House are able to get on the same page. What will be even more interesting to see is if the Trump campaign exploits this to show the chaos that is now taking place in this administration.

About Jerry McConway

Jerry McConway is an independent political author and investigator who lives in Dallas, Texas. He has spent years building a strong following of readers who know that he will write what he believes is true, even if it means criticizing politicians his followers support. His readers have come to expect his integrity.

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