'Bidenomics' sees 10 million more Americans fall into food insecurity

By Jen Krausz on
 October 28, 2023

A U.S. Agriculture Department report this week showed the impact of inflation on Americans. According to the report, 10 million more Americans entered into food insecurity and hunger in 2022 compared with 2023.

The report said that 44.2 million Americans were living in food insecurity, compared to 33.8 million the year before.

“From 2021 to 2022, there were statistically significant increases in food insecurity and very low food security for nearly all subgroups of households described in this report,” the report stated.

It's typical for Biden: he goes around the country bragging about how great Bidenomics is while not even realizing or acknowledging that another 10 million-plus of his constituents are potentially going hungry under his policies.

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said he was alarmed by the report but tried to blame COVID-19 for the problems.

“These findings are unacceptable, yet the report is the latest piece of evidence that as the pandemic began to wane in 2022, another public health concern — food insecurity— increased,” Vilsack said.