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Biden’s Latest Excuse For Skyrocketing Prices: Cars Were Expensive This Past Year Because the US Government Hadn’t Yet Nationalized Computer Chip Industry (VIDEO)

Biden appears to have a new excuse for high inflation rates after blaming Russian president Vladimir Putin for the past two years.

Joe Biden now says inflation is high and prices skyrocketed this past year because cars are expensive….

And cars were expensive this past year because the US government hadn’t yet nationalized the computer chip industry.

“I signed the CHIPS and Science Act. A groundbreaking law! We’ll once again manufacture semiconductor chips that power every day things…” Biden said in a Labor Day speech in Milwaukee.

“The reason why, this last year inflation was so high, you know the biggest reason? Cost of automobiles!” Biden said.

“You know why they cost so much? They didn’t have the computer chips to make the automobiles,” he said.

VIDEO:

Biden last month signed the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 which will allocate more than $50 billion in federal funding to manufacture semiconductor chips in the US.

The post Biden’s Latest Excuse For Skyrocketing Prices: Cars Were Expensive This Past Year Because the US Government Hadn’t Yet Nationalized Computer Chip Industry (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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