Judge Jeanine Pirro calls out Democrats for trying to avoid inflation: It’s like a ‘shell game’
Fox News Judge Jeanine Pirro criticized House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday for avoiding the issue of inflation as the midterms approach, saying it’s like a “fake game” for her and the Democratic Party.
Pelosi insisted on Sunday On CBS’ “Face the Nation” when inflation is raised, Democrats must “change this topic.” Inflation is expected to play a major role and become the main issue for voters across the country, according to a Fox News’ latest poll.
Pirro argued that Pelosi and Democrats are trying to change conversation and portraying Republicans as “violent”.
“I think this whole thing about Nancy Pelosi, and her saying, you know, well, I don’t want to talk about it. I want to change the subject. That’s what Democrats have been doing. It’s like a game of chance,” she said. “They say that’s really what we need to talk about. The Republicans are the violent ones. You’ve seen the 6th of January, they’re violent. Forget the summer of 2020. Forget the fact that crime is through the roof.”
Co-host Dana Perino echoed similar sentiments, highlighting how many times the White House changed the narrative on inflation.
“First, inflation was temporary, then it was a rich person’s problem. Remember that little thing from the White House podium? Then the Republicans would have made it worse. Then it was, at least, Europe worse than we are. And then the subject is changed.”
He blamed his host, Harold Ford, a former Democratic congressman Federal Reserve For our inability to tame inflation, saying that it “let us down in many ways”.
He also changed topics, noting that inflation isn’t the only one Weakness of the Democratic Party Heading into November.
“The Democratic Party’s biggest weakness is that we haven’t developed a coherent and easy-to-understand policy on the border, and we haven’t shouted that we’re against cashless bail,” Ford said.
The Federal Reserve has raise interest rates Three times this year by 75 basis points in an effort to curb high inflation, it is expected to raise interest rates again at their next meeting in early November.