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NBC Media Elites Offer Bold Inflation Solution: Work Another Job

'A lot of moms might want to send their kids off to school and make some cash... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) NBC mainstream media hacks claimed that they have found a solution to President Joe Biden’s inflation problem: Americans should work more hours and get more jobs, Fox News reported.

“As the day-to-day cost of living soars, a lot of Americans, including the 60% now living paycheck-to-paycheck, are looking for ways to increase their cash flow,” Welker said.

They then proceeded to introduce the “side hustle” as a means by which suffering Americans might better make ends meet. One of the NBC show’s hostesses, Hoda Kotb, described the side hustle recommendation.

According to the poverty expert, Americans should look for extra jobs that pay well, fit within their already-busy schedules, and have the potential to grow into a second full-time job.

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Kotb also recommended playing video games or watching online videos as solutions to making extra money as the economy contracts.

Savanah Guthrie, another hostess on the show, suggested that mothers take up work from home while they tend to their children.

“A lot of moms might want to send their kids off to school and make some cash,” she said.

Of course, this is the same network that told Americans to rearrange their holiday traditions last year in order to make room for Biden’s inflation.

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“With inflation on the rise, prices are going up on everything from your Thanksgiving meal to your gifts for the holidays,” anchor Kristen Welker said to introduce the segment.

“Perhaps forgo the turkey,” she said. “Bear with me. I know that is the staple of the Thanksgiving meal. However, some people think turkey is overrated. It tends to be the most expensive thing on the table. Maybe you do an Italian feast instead.”

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