Inflation is the political dynamite that detonates public support for a president in the United States. When people buy food and fill up their gas tanks, they directly sense a drop in their living level. When individuals are forced to reduce or remove beef and other favorite items from their diets, they feel impoverished and fearful of what lies ahead.
Nigerians are becoming increasingly aware that those meant to defend their interests fail to do so. They notice something is wrong when they get to the grocery checkout stand and discover they don’t have enough money or have to mentally calculate what other costs they will eliminate to pay for their shopping basket.
According to the reports, Researchers from the USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS) predict that food-at-home costs would rise between 1.5 and 2.5 percent in 2022, less than the 3.5 percent increase seen in 2020 and 2021. ERS’s monthly Food Price Outlook data product, updated January 25, 2022, contains forecasts for all food categories for 2022. “Retail food price inflation in 2021 remained at the same pace as in 2020, but varied by food category,” according to the USDA.
This assertion by the USDA would be a case study in the supporting evidence if there were ever an argument that every single agency in the United States government was corrupt, manipulative, and ideologically bent. Moreover, Bureaucrats have procedures that allow them to spout this nonsense while keeping a straight face, but they only serve to destroy public trust.
The typical American, who can no longer buy hamburgers for the kids or discovers that boxes of cornflakes only last half as long as they once did, is not misled. People despise seeing their quality of living deteriorate. It necessitates a lot of sacrifices. They also know who is to blame.