Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren was slammed for posting a nonsense tweet that appears to blame corporations for raising prices during inflation and demanding answers from them for pushing the price increase on the consumers.

Warren said: "Giant grocery store chains force high food prices onto American families while rewarding executives & investors with lavish bonuses and stock buybacks. I'm demanding they answer for putting corporate profits over consumers and workers during the pandemic."

Warren missed her own word when she said "FORCE" because it appears that she forgets how inflation works. When prices go up across the board, then the stores need to raise prices too. This is pretty much how inflation works.

The store pays more for the products, so they need to increase the cost of it on the consumer end. If the stores could pay less for the product, then the prices could go back down.

Warren linked to an article that accuses corporations of padding their pockets and using inflation as an excuse. So oddly enough, that could be true in some instances.

Should corporations raise prices if the products cost more for them? Or should the corporations eat the difference because, hey, they're big billion dollar businesses and they can afford to suck up the losses during a terrible economy while Joe Biden is president?

Is there a middle ground? Or is Elizabeth Warren just pandering bullshit to her audience to make it look like she actually does something for work?

Maybe the bigger problem is getting rid of this terrible inflation and stop pointing the fingers at other people like Warren is doing.

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