Last year set the record for the most Thanksgiving on record – and on Joe Biden’s watch, that record is set to be eclipsed once again this year.
From the year prior, prices are up as follows for common Thanksgiving purchases:
Other items such as eggs are up 43% compared to a year ago, while butter and margarine is up 34%.
In fact, prices have increased so much for that for the first-time ever it will be cheaper to dine out for Thanksgiving, as Wells Fargo food and agribusiness analyst Brad Rubin calculated.
Back in the early days of the Biden administration, they tried to preempt inflation concerns by assuring the American public that the price of a Fourth of July cookout had declined an entire sixteen cents in 2021 from the year before in a widely-mocked tweet. Read more…