1) Costs for pretty much everything we'd want to purchase at Christmas (i.e. food, presents, transportation, etc.), are up at least 7%. Staple foods such as beef and ham are up into the double-digits. Did you get at least a 7% salary increase this year? If not, you're going backwards.
2) Because of these inflationary costs, the value of our dollar, to us, took a huge hit. We lost around $49B in discretionary spending this Christmas, meaning everyone gets less except for the government.
3) Guess what happens when retail prices are jacked up? Our governments at all levels (i.e. city, county, state, federal, etc.), brings in more tax revenues. My, aren't Dems a sneaky bunch. It's always temporary though because most people will curtail their spending right after the first of the year and then sales tax dollars will begin to decline.
4) Because of inflation, a lot of people will borrow money, so their Christmas won't take a hit, mostly for the kids. They will then have less discretionary income in the coming year (if Biden doesn't get inflation under control), to pay their bills so they'll get extended into several years before it's paid off. By the way, around 20% of Americans borrow money for Christmas. This is called a negative impact on cash flow. Thank you, democrats.
There's way more than the above, but I'll stop here. Most Americans don't have a clue what's happening. Some of it is their fault for not paying attention and not educating themselves on critical topics, but, for some, it's extremely difficult to do so because of how little time they have, especially those raising children.
There are legitimate reasons for uneducated voters, it doesn't mean they're not extremely intelligent. And believe me, the government loves people who don't quite know what's going on because they can be easily manipulated. To them, these people are called: "marks."