2021’s First Quarter Signals Hope on Economic Recovery from COVID-19

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When President Biden came into office, he didn’t hesitate to take credit for President Trump’s historic work on the coronavirus.

Since settling into the White House, Biden has claimed that his administration engendered record amounts of distributed vaccines; in actuality, however, Biden has simply enjoyed the luxury of building off Trump’s foundation, as it pertains to the COVID-19 vaccine.

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It now turns out that the coronavirus vaccine led to significant benefits in the first quarter of 2021. Furthermore, Washington Examiner currently confirms that this first quarter of the year signals hope as the economy works to bounce back from COVID-19 lockdowns.

The Latest on Economic Recovery from COVID-19

As it turns out, 2021’s first quarter has engendered more economic, quarterly growth than America has seen in nearly two decades. This is largely due to the continued surge in consumer spending and the rate at which Americans are being vaccinated against coronavirus.

According to leading U.S. economists, the progress being made with the COVID-19 vaccine has engendered the loosening of government restrictions and subsequent growth of the U.S. economy. Americans have also learned that rounds of stimulus checks sent out under both President Trump and President Biden have played a role in the current recovery rates of the country’s economy.

The news about 2021’s first quarter is good. However, keeping the economic recovery on the right track is now more imperative than ever.

Keeping the Biden Administration at Bay

Right now, the U.S. economy is on a positive track; however, keeping the Biden administration at bay is crucial to ensuring that the economy doesn’t regress into a depression or worse.

Just last night, President Biden stood before the nation calling for the passing of H.R. 1, the American Families Plan, the PRO Act, and a litany of other bills that would bring America to its knees. This president doesn’t know how to manage a recovering economy; he only knows how to propose more government intervention in the lives of the American people.

For these reasons, it’s imperative for Republicans to ensure that the Biden administration does not manage to get the aforementioned bills through Congress.

What do you think about the progress the economy’s made within 2021’s first quarter? Do you think the GOP will manage to stop Biden from sabotaging the current economic recovery? Share your perspectives with us below in the comments area.