by Chris Black
Yesterday, NPR ran a piece about how “inflation isn’t as bad as it seems,” further demonstrating that their target audience mostly consists of overpaid yuppies who have more money than they know what to do with and are therefore unbothered by inflation.
Used car prices fell 3% from last year! Avocados got cheaper too.
And let’s just ignore the cumulative increase since 2019 and the onset of the COVID scam, which is the truly pertinent measure of the economic hardship normal people are experiencing.
According to a report from April 2022 (www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/used-car-prices-soar-over-30-since-2021-report), used car prices increased 30% from 2021. And that’s on top of the cumulative increase from 2020-2021 and 2019-2020.
Remember stories like this when you interact with folks who get their information from sources like NPR.
They literally live in an alternate reality.
It’s like walking around with blinders on.
It’s not just limited to NPR though. These rats do this for a living.
These are the people telling young, struggling White people to just “get over it” after the umpteenth major economic crisis of our lifetimes; aging yuppie shitlibs and their small-hatted bosses.