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Bezos Out for Blood after Biden’s Constant Blame-Shifting

'It’s either straight ahead misdirection or a deep misunderstanding of basic market dynamics... '

(Preston Parra, Headline USA) After a relentless barrage of President Joe Biden blaming the troubles of the economy and his embattled regime on factors he claims are out of his control, big business owners like Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos just can’t deal with the lies anymore.

One apparent tipping point that sparked outrage from the business tycoon was a message Biden tweeted in response to surging gas prices in the country, reported Breitbart.

“My message to the companies running gas stations and setting prices at the pump is simple: this is a time of war and global peril,” Biden scolded. “Bring down the price you are charging at the pump to reflect the cost you’re paying for the product. And do it now.”

Bezos tweeted a blistering response that took direct aim at Biden’s lies and disinformation.

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Bezos is widely known to be a loyal friend to the Left, supporting and upholding leftist policies within his company.

However, Bezos has long-time disapproval of Biden primarily because of his inability to stem the economy and take the blame when he doesn’t. That aligns with a growing number of reputable business giants like Elon Musk, Timothy Mellon, and Safra Catz supporting Republican candidates and policy simply because they work.

Businesses are being crippled at base levels largely because of failed government policies that favor big businesses over small businesses but hurts them almost equally.

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It is tremendously important that the economic potential is provided to businesses, small or big, for them to perform well. Unfortunately, it seems on the whole that isn’t being achieved by the Biden administration or the Blue-majority House and Senate.

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