It’s no secret that inflation is effecting everybody in this country.
From the insane housing market, to the stupid high gas prices, going to the grocery store and paying a boatload of money for basic necessities, and even simply going to a fast food restaurant and getting a meal for yourself.
Seriously, it feels like yesterday when I was able to get a Chick-Fil-A sandwich meal for only $6.50, and now it’s around $10.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that prices are shooting up…
However, $28 dollars at Taco Bell for a single person? That’s where Twitter draws the line…
Scott Martin, a news contributor for FOX News, joined FOX Business to discuss inflation.
I’m not gonna act like I’m familiar with Martin, mainly because I try to avoid any news station like the plague, but this one got me.
At one point during his segment, he said he went to get Taco Bell, and it cost him $28 for lunch.
Fox Business contributor: “You want to know how bad inflation is? Yesterday, yes, I had a nice lunch at Taco Bell — cost me about $28 at Taco Bell for lunch.”
Um, how is that even physically possible? (Also, don’t think I’ll take financial advice from this guy.) pic.twitter.com/cdK39TlLO8