Kamala Harris Brags About the Economy in a Tweet — Gets Immediately ROASTED

Vice President Kamala Harris had the audacity to brag about the economy in a recent tweet while the American people are suffering from skyrocketing gas prices and so much more, and critics on social media immediately called her out for her lies.

With soaring gas prices, rising food prices, labor and housing shortages, skyrocketing inflation, and a baby formula shortage, somehow the vice president thought it was a great idea to jump on Twitter and try to convince the American people that everything is going great.

In her tweet, Harris attempted to brag about job creation under the Biden administration.

“Since January of last year, the economy has added more than 8 million jobs. Businesses have reopened their doors. Schools are back in person. And, while there is more work to be done, we have made real progress in getting our economy back on track,” she tweeted.

https://twitter.com/KamalaHarris/status/1531717151081517058

Apparently, the vice president believes that the American people are too stupid to realize that these jobs the Biden administration claims to have ‘added’ are just the jobs that were lost during the COVID-19 pandemic returning when businesses and schools finally reopened.

This lie is so egregious that even left-wing outlet CNBC has called it out in the past.

“The economy — and this is an important point — hasn’t added one single job from the 2019 high watermark. Not one. All the jobs that we have seen gained are recovered jobs that were lost. We are not yet producing new jobs. In fact, we’re still about nearly four million jobs short,” said ADP chief economist Nela Richardson on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”

Matt Whitlock shared the clip of Richardson’s comment on CNBC as a response to Harris’ tweet, calling out the vice president with one word: “False.

https://twitter.com/mattdizwhitlock/status/1531725442318798849

Other Twitter users also called out Harris for her ridiculous tweet.

“Yeah tell that to the millions of Americans that are struggling to put food on their tables or the small businesses like mine that are struggling because people are cutting back on spending!” one Twitter user responded.

“Good news, they wrecked our economy and say it’s now recovering. Thanks @VP!” another user replied sarcastically.

Another critic pointed out the important questions for voters, writing: “People need to ask: Are you better off? Is it easier to put food on the table? Is it easier to put gas in your car? Is crime down – are you safer? Are fewer drugs flowing over the border? Are your constitutional rights safer?”

“Says someone who doesn’t shop at grocery stores or fill her own gas tank,” said another Twitter user.

Another user responded that they missed the economy under former President Donald Trump, writing: “I kind of like the poor economy we had before. You know, the one where we could actually afford stuff like gas and food!”