If you thought the economic news was crazy during the first half of 2022, just wait until we get to the second half. So many of the problems that we are experiencing now are going to continue to intensify, and Americans are becoming more pessimistic about economic conditions with each passing day. In fact, as you will see below, a whopping 85% of us believe that it is "very likely" or "somewhat likely" that the economy will go through a recession at some point during the next year. Of course the truth is that if all we have to suffer through is a "recession," we would be extremely fortunate. Our leaders have lost control of the economy, and many of us are extremely concerned about what is coming next. The following are 12 nightmarish economic trends that we should expect to see during the second half of 2022.
1. Gas prices will continue to surge higher, and many Americans will be shocked by how high they eventually go. If you can believe it, in Washington state at least one gas station has now reprogrammed its gas pumps "to make room for double-digit pricing":
At the 76 Gas Station in Auburn, Washington located at 1725 Auburn Way North, gas pumps have been reprogrammed to make room for double-digit pricing. In March, they still had single-digit programming.
A spokesperson at 76 confirmed to The Post Millennial that the gas pumps were reprogrammed to allocate for double-digit pricing. Although not confirming that they are expecting prices to increase up to $10.00 or more, the current trend suggests the possibility.
Global COVID Summit, which represents 17,000 physicians and medical scientists, released its fourth declaration on May 11. Google censored the news by not allowing the group or its declaration to appear in its search results until the bottom of Page 3. On the DuckDuckGo search engine, it appeared at the top of Page 1.
The majority of headlines featured in the Google search results included these words: "Biden," "White House," "Global COVID-19 Summit" and "world leaders."
Declaration IV accuses "big tech, media, academics, and government agencies" of profiting from the "orchestrated catastrophe" of COVID-19. Declaration IV takes aim at those institutions as well as accusing "Pfizer, Moderna, BioNTech, Janssen, AstraZeneca and their enablers" of fraud.
A prominent Boston Hispanic Pentecostal pastor, known for his church's social programs and conservative teaching, has died, according to his church.
"So many of those of you who are joining us watching this and hearing this for the very first time, we're just simply letting them know that our senior pastor, beloved of all of us, Roberto Miranda, has graduated," said Brandt Gillespie, who was leading the service at Lion of Judah.
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