With President Joe Biden’s approval rationing continuing to dwindle and the Democrats struggling ahead of the 2022 Midterm elections, one business owner in Cartersville, Georgia decided to make their thoughts known about the current Biden administration and where the country is headed. Again, President Biden has received a mountain of backlash ranging from his cognitive abilities to his son’s financial dealings with the Chinese Communist Party. While there might not be any change in the White House, the Appalachian Grill posted a sign discouraging Biden supporters from eating there.
The note, as can be seen below, reads, “If you voted for Brandon’s Build Back BS and don’t have remorse or regrets I wish you would leave, I don’t need your business. Your ignorant, naïve decision has more than doubled our costs of goods and depleted our labor force by more than triple,” the sign added. “If this is what you consider to be building back better I don’t care to look at or serve you, nor should any other restaurant!”
Would you eat here? pic.twitter.com/lSXDBVgv4M
— Joe Sorrentino (@Jsorrentino123) April 13, 2022
Support for the stance was great as locals noted they would visit the restaurant more due to their anti-Biden stance. At the same time, the post of the restaurant went viral as thousands commented on the message. According to some, they found the words to be pointless given that many small businesses were given hundreds of thousands of dollars in COVID-19 relief. That relief came from the federal government.
In D.C., the Biden administration has been under constant pressure surrounding inflation, food shortages, and the rise in gas prices. That pressure appeared to ease as the Democrats sought to place all of America’s problems on the shoulders of Russian President Vladimir Putin. It should be noted that even before Putin decided to invade Ukraine, gas prices in America were already steadily climbing. But still, that didn’t stop Biden, the Democrats, and White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki from promoting the narrative. The only problem is, most Americans aren’t buying it.
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on April 14, 2022. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.
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