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Judge Jeanine Pirro called on President Biden on Tuesday after she and Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer applauded the “Inflation Reduction Act” passed in August, as new data showed inflation has declined since its passage. was increased.

At the White House, eclectic singer James Taylor performed “Fire and Rain” as the Dow Jones stock ticker on Tuesday amid a broad market crash.


“President Biden threw a tone-deaf party for the ages on the same day as the stock market’s worst day since June 2020, thanks to a worse-than-expected inflation report,” Pirro said on “The Five.” “

“Biden and the Democrats thought it would be appropriate to hold a massive White House event to celebrate the passage of the so-called Inflation Reduction Act, which actually does nothing to solve the problem.”

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As Pirro noted, Biden used the incident to call Schumer’s law “the single most important” bill passed to combat inflation.

As inflation data showed a significant increase in the cost of goods in most areas, Biden claimed his bill “cuts costs for families.”

In response, host Greg Gutfeld commented that Republicans would only defeat themselves if they managed to suffer a net loss in the upcoming midterm elections.

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President Joe Biden speaks to members of the media on the South Lawn of the White House on Monday, May 30, 2022 in Washington, after returning from Wilmington, Del.

“I’m begging Republicans. You have to get your act together. You’re never going to get an opportunity like that. It’s like the prisoners running the asylum,” he said.

“Nothing they [Democrats] It’s true to say. It’s like if you can’t beat these guys you don’t deserve to win.”

,[Biden’s law] Like the underwear at the flea market. I’m not buying it,” he concluded.

Gutfeld later questioned the invitation of Taylor, who had last attended a Democratic administration event invited by President Obama’s Secretary of State John Kerry after a terrorist attack in Paris.

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James Taylor sings the national anthem during Game 1 of the 2018 World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on October 23, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts.

“James Taylor again. What? Why are we torturing people? They did this to the French after a terrorist attack. I mean, come on. At least someone to listen,” he quipped.

Taylor joined Kerry after the secretary’s meeting with then-President François Hollande to perform “You’ve Got a Friend” after the Charlie Hebdo satirical newspaper was attacked by terrorists.

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Gutfeld said that Democrats are intentionally being tone-deaf, noting that they collectively branded conservative Republicans “quasi-fascists”, suggesting they have no respect for those already those who disagree with him.

“They are calling half America terrorists,” he said, after DHS Secretary Alejandro Meyerkas used the ghost of the 9/11 anniversary to warn of political “domestic extremism” and Representative Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, called the US Declared to “Kill and Confront” an “extremist” movement.