You’ve seen it over and over and over again.
And it’s become oh so comical.
Mandela Barnes. Economic wiz. NOT!
During his recent debate with incumbent US Senator Ron Johnson, Barnes suggested that tired old liberal saw, raising the minimum wage to fight inflation.
Truth is, Barnes has no solutions for Bidenflation and would rather not discuss the matter.
Alana Goodman is a senior investigative reporter for the Washington Free Beacon. She offers this spot-on analysis:
Democrats in Wisconsin are gambling that the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade will both energize their base and turn out new supporters concerned about abortion restrictions. Barnes has fully embraced this strategy, making unrestricted abortion access his main closing argument in his competitive race against Sen. Ron Johnson.
But the narrow focus also carries a big risk, according to political observers, who say undecided and independent voters—the ones who determine elections in swing-states like Wisconsin—are far more concerned about issues like inflation and schools than about abortion.