Americans fling Biden for high gas prices |

People are demanding a Black Friday “stimulus” check, while some are criticizing President Joe Biden for high gas and grocery prices during Thanksgiving week.

Many have taken to social media to express their anger at the country’s economy and ask for more government support.

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A tweet stated that the people of America needed a stimulus check. If the president could provide that, his approval rating would rise immediately. He thanked the president for all he’d done, but it wasn’t enough. Many families were still struggling because they couldn’t keep up with inflation.

Another tweet criticized Biden for staying “at a private equity mogul’s Nantucket home for Thanksgiving,” as Politico’s Sam Stein reported. It stated that the people were suffering from a pandemic, without the help of stimulus checks, while he stayed with his donors for Thanksgiving and thanked them for giving nothing.

While the federal government is unlikely to send another check before the end of the year, some states have their own stimulus programs.

Other Stimulus Check Incentives Available to the People

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Bonus money will be sent to select groups in 14 states after three direct federal payments totaling up to $3,400 are sent as part of Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan.

In Pennsylvania, money is available under the Property Tax and Rent Rebate Program.

In addition, families struggling after Thanksgiving may qualify for a stimulus check worth up to $8,000 per child.

Parents with children under the age of 13 and an income of less than $125,000 can claim the extra stimulus money.

Meanwhile, the Senior Citizens League is pushing for a new stimulus check in the hands of seniors. The group launched a petition and began lobbying Congress for a new stimulus check.

It sent a letter to members in the House of Representatives and Senate asking them to consider a targeted incentive.

It states that money is necessary for seniors to survive and keep food on the table. The petition has nearly 75,000 signatures.

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