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Biden appoints billionaire to oversee and ensure a vibrant economic recovery (no, NOT for the US)

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The U.S. economy could take yet another hit because the UAW has gone on strike

A strike at the Big 3 U.S. automakers -- General Motors, Ford and Stellantis – would threaten the livelihood of up to 143,000 workers and the bottom line at some of the nation's top companies. 

The economic fallout, however, could extend far beyond the immediate players involved. Businesses may lose out on spending from striking autoworkers. Car component suppliers could grind to a halt. Consumers may decide to balk at higher prices. 

A six-week strike would cost the U.S. two-tenths of a percentage point of economic growth over a period of three months ending in December, Mark Zandi, chief economist for Moody's Analytics, told ABC News.

Couple that potential economic hit with everything else that's going on -- inflation, gas prices and all the rest -- and a laser-like focus on the economy is needed.

That's where the Biden White House comes in, and a billionaire has been appointed to focus solely on economic recovery.

No, not in the United States of course. 

Here's Secretary of State Antony Blinken helping to highlight this administration's "priorities":

As usual, it appears that Biden seems to forget which country he's president of, and for some reason I'm guessing a certain economic recovery appointee is about to end up even richer, along with many others. 

Wouldn't it, though!?

"Bidenomics" in Ukraine is probably going to work out great for CERTAIN people. It probably already had.

While so many Americans are struggling it's almost like the Biden regime enjoys rubbing in our faces how focused they are on Ukraine's economy.

They must just sit around laughing at the rest of us at the end of the day.

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