The White House celebrated President Biden’s first six months in office by announcing his financial results and handling the coronavirus pandemic on Instagram, but commentators seemed less than impressed.
“In six months, this administration has created record job growth, vaccinated over 160 million people – and taken many photos along the way,” the White House said Tuesday in a post that has garnered thousands of angry responses.
“So we just forget that we are on the brink of inflation?” wrote a commenter in a post that more than 350 users liked.
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“And what a disaster it has been!” wrote another person in a post that more than 700 others liked.
The White House shared six photos marking the Biden presidency, including when he was sworn into office when he toured the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and when the Senate passed the U.S. rescue plan.
It also included photos of Biden’s address to a joint congressional session, and when he attended the G-7 summit in the UK, as well as when he signed legislation that made Juneteenth an official holiday.
“These are just a few of the moments that have created the last six months,” the White House account said.
“The worst administration in history,” one commenter replied.
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“In six months, this administration has destroyed America,” wrote another.
“In just six months, the Biden administration has put this country on a nose dive. The absolute worst,” wrote one critic.
And another: “This administration has destroyed our energy dependence, dramatically increased the cost of living for hard-working Americans, monitored historic inflation growth, saddled generations of our children with massive China-owned debt, wasted our tax dollars in the invasion of illegal aliens – Biden Harris is assembled screws. “
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Other critics of the Biden administration pointed to the ongoing crisis at the US-Mexico border, where thousands of illegals continue to flow into the country and into Cuba, where protesters risk their lives to demonstrate against communist rule.
The Instagram post comes amid a slowdown in demand for the vaccine, while coronavirus cases and deaths are increasing across the country. The administration did not reach its goal this month of vaccinating 70% of the US population and only reached approx. 56% among eligible people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Meanwhile, consumer prices, a key measure of inflation, rose 5.4% in June from the year before, the highest rate since 2008. In addition, gas prices are now on average 98 cents higher than this time last year, according to AAA.