‘That’s gonna leave a mark!’ New York Post literally SPELLS out ‘re*ces*sion’ for Biden with BRUTAL cover

The New York Post is no stranger to taking the Biden family to the woodshed, but President Joe Biden may want to rethink his entire economic strategy after Friday’s cover.

Printed in the form of a dictionary entry, The Post printed the historically-accepted definition of the word “Recession,” including how it is “generally identified by a fall in GDP in two successive quarters.”

A small red bubble next to a tiny, confused-looking snap of the president reads “The word you’re looking for, Joe.”

And it would appear that this cover resonated with a number of people:

This comes despite a fervent campaign to downplay the economic reality, and even attempts to tell Americans that a recession is a good thing.

From American Wire:

According to President Joe Biden, we’re “on the right path”!

“Coming off of last year’s historic economic growth — and regaining all the private sector jobs lost during the pandemic crisis — it’s no surprise that the economy is slowing down as the Federal Reserve acts to bring down inflation,” said the president in a statement on the GDP report. “But even as we face historic global challenges, we are on the right path and we will come through this transitions stronger and more secure.”


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