As Twitter users press Biden for a ‘Christmas bonus’ in the SAME WEEK, demand for a (dollar)2,000 Thanksgiving’stimulus’ check rises.
THE DEMAND FOR (dollar)2000 Thanksgiving “stimulus” checks continues to rise, as Twitter users urge President Joe Biden to issue a “Christmas bonus” the same week.
Americans who are short on cash have been clamoring for a (dollar)2,000 Thanksgiving stimulus check, and many have taken to social media to express their dissatisfaction.
“Christmas bonus and stimulus check in the same week…” wrote one Twitter user, who posted a photo of two people who appeared to be celebrating.
“What happened to stimulus checks, Joe knows Christmas is coming up,” said another.
“With another stimulus check, Joe Biden could save Christmas,” wrote a third.
“Millions of Americans are counting on you to push for multiple stimulus checks,” a fourth Twitter user wrote.
“We’re in desperate need of food, let alone Christmas presents.”
We are in desperate need of assistance.
Please keep us in mind.”
A fifth asked, “Are we getting a Christmas bonus stimulus check @POTUS?”
The demand for more money comes as the cost of a holiday meal has risen dramatically due to inflation.
According to Bureau of Labor Statistics data, the cost of a frozen turkey has increased by 20% since last year.
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According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, a turkey dinner for ten people will cost (dollar)53.31, up from (dollar)46.90 in November.
As inflation fears grow, Twitter users have urged Biden to introduce another round of stimulus cash.
“Thanksgiving will cost (dollar)6 more, yet you’ve received (dollar)2k more in stimulus checks since November, plus (dollar)400 per child in *extra* CTC above what was already in place,” one person said.
“By the looks of inflation, Americans will need a stimulus check to buy a Thanksgiving turkey,” one joked.
“POTUS, Give Americans something to be thankful for Thanksgiving 4th stimulus check (sic)?” said a third Twitter user.
Republicans have accused Democrats of failing to work across party lines to address the nation’s crippling supply chain crisis.
“There’s no turkey on the table, no heat in the oven, and people can’t afford gas to drive to see family,” a Republican aide told Fox News on Wednesday.
“With massive inflation and a never-ending supply chain crisis, Joe Biden will receive no thanks from American families this Thanksgiving.”
Republicans fear that when it comes to buying their favorite Thanksgiving foods this year, Americans will feel the pinch.
Approximately three out of every four shoppers is expected to…
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