In many cases people lost around $240 in value for that money; meaning because of terrible increases in retail prices, especially at the pump and for certain food items, people got much less for their money this Christmas.
So, with the above in mind, it didn't matter whether you were rich or poor, everyone took a hard hit none more so than people with less discretionary income.
Democrats constantly talk about fighting for the downtrodden and demonizing the rich in the process, while at the very same time they're picking the pockets of the poor. They try to convince their constituents that they're Robin Hood, fighting a just cause, when it is just the opposite. They're robbing the poor to help the rich.
Do these people not realize that many of the wealthiest people in the U.S. are friends to democrats, not republicans (i.e., Bezos, Gates, Bloomberg, etc.); not to mention millionaires in the entertainment industry who pour money into the DNC coffers? They've silently have become the party of the elite; not the downtrodden, no matter how hard they try to convince everyone otherwise. Deception has become part of their party's platform because no group of politicians got more help from the mega-rich this last election than (in order), Kamala Harris, Corey Booker, Joe Biden, and Pete Buttigieg.
Taking advantage of the less fortunate is appalling to me. Talk about deplorable!