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Biden has been the unelected president for about 14 months, and Americans are seeing record high gas prices, soaring inflation and war in Europe.
Church Militant's Aidan O'Connor takes a closer look at what's next under Biden's rule.
Sham-Catholic Joe Biden is warning the Russia-Ukraine war will soon cause global food shortages.
Yesterday, after meeting with NATO and G7 leaders in Brussels, Biden spoke to reporters about the price of sanctioning Russia.
Biden: "With regard to food shortages, yes we did talk about food shortages, and, uh, it's going to be real. The price of these sanctions is not just imposed upon Russia; it's imposed upon an awful lot of countries as well."
Russia and Ukraine together supply about a quarter of the world's wheat exports.
Biden claimed the United States and Canada will boost their production of wheat to help offset the coming shortage.
Biden: "We talked about, uh, urging all the European countries and everyone else to end trade restrictions on, on sending, uh, limitations on sending food abroad."
But Russia is also the world's largest manufacturer of fertilizer.
While many blame farmers when they see soaring grocery prices, farmers note it's out of their control.
Fertilizer prices have skyrocketed to about three times what they were in 2020, forcing farmers to raise prices or produce less food.
Biden continues to blame Russia for rising prices, but the cost of food was already soaring due to Bidenflation before Russia's army set foot in Ukraine.
Bidenflation is also sending gas prices through the roof, steadily rising since Biden attacked the thriving U.S. oil industry on his first day in office.
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