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Biden’s Economic Report Mentions ‘Gender’ 40 More Times Than ‘Inflation’


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Tampa Free Press

President Joe Biden released his annual Economic Report on Thursday where he mentioned the word “gender” significantly more than “inflation” as the country faces the highest prices in over 40 years.


Biden used the word “gender” 127 in his economic plan, while he mentioned “inflation” just 87 times. Meanwhile, the report mentioned “inequality” 147 times and “emissions” nearly 100 times.

The Labor Department reported an 8.5% year-over-year increase in the Consumer Price Index, a key inflation indicator, the highest level since December 1981.

Biden opened his economic report with a brief letter praising his economic recovery plan following the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting a stronger workforce as well as the reopening of the national economy.

“Our nation needed an economic policy that was nimble enough to meet the significant and evolving challenges required to defeat a pandemic and recover from the severe economic disruptions it had caused,” Biden wrote. “Recovery had to be swift and robust; it was not sufficient to return to where we had been, we had to build toward a better future.”:snip:

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