President Biden’s longtime top adviser Ronald Klain is performing towards the American working class like Queen Marie Antoinette when the royal advised French peasants ‘let them eat cake’, host Geraldo Rivera stated on “The Five” – after the White House chief of workers retweeted and highlighted a Harvard professor’s tweet calling file financial inflation a “high class problem”.

Klain who was beforehand Biden’s top aide as vice chairman in addition to Barack Obama’s Ebola czar, was roundly criticized for the tweet, whereas USDOT Secretary Peter Buttigieg was equally criticized for cracking a joke in regards to the provide chain disaster he’s basically charged with fixing:

“I think there have always been two kinds of Christmas shoppers,” Buttigieg said. “There’s the ones who have all their list completed by Halloween, and then there’s people like me who show up at the mall on Christmas Eve – if you’re in that latter bucket, obviously there’s going to be more challenges.”

Rivera stated Thursday in response to the provision chain disaster that within the quick time period, changes needs to be made to permit for youthful folks to use to be truck drivers, however he reserved a sharper commentary for Klain:

“The problem with what Ron Klain retweeted is it has a ‘Marie Antoinette vibe’. It is a ‘let them eat cake’ kind of vibe. It is ‘those lower classes that have got their issues, and we upper class – and that’s why I always hated the Ivy League-oriented Democratic Party.”

“The reason it’s all happening is COVID is still the atmosphere. It’s bumming everybody out, separating everybody… and then you have the residual lingering wound from Afghanistan. We never got over it.”

The Afghan withdrawal disaster, he stated, is what “pierced the shield of Joe Biden.”

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Host Jesse Watters added that Klain has proven himself to be “not a great chief of staff” – and that Biden’s press secretary Jennifer Psaki “bombed” in her protection of Klain and the administration throughout the briefing earlier Thursday.

“They have been all over the map… First, they said there’s no inflation. Then, they said it is transitory, and now, they are saying ‘it’s a sign of progress.’ It’s not going to cut it,” he stated.

“[Inflation] does not affect wealthy people that barely at all. You can’t fly, buy, hire. Life has not been made easier by Joe Biden’s presidency. This is where we are now.”

Watters added that the Democrats and different networks proceed to go wall-to-wall on the January sixth committee being chaired by Mississippi Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson – and never the provision chain disaster or inflation to the identical extent.

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Earlier, Maryland Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin slammed former Trump adviser Stephen Okay. Bannon after the ex-Breitbart News chief signaled he may not respond to the committee’s subpoena. Raskin saying on Twitter that Bannon ought to put together to “face the full force of law for the smirking contempt he is showing Congress.”

“If they think the country cares about that,” Watters stated, “They are not informed about what the country cares about,” Watters stated.