Who Is to Blame for Inflation? (Video)

“We expected it to be elevated because of Putin’s invasion; because of the impact on energy prices.” – Jen Psaki

Is ‘Putin’s Price Hike’ real? Are supply chain disturbances the most significant source of inflation, or is there more to the story?

Thomas Hogan gives us his perspective on the causes of inflation.

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Kate Wand

Kate Wand is a content creator. Her focus is social commentary and filmmaking. She is the host of the upcoming AIER podcast, Liberty Curious. She hails from Canada, where she studied classical music performance, and taught privately before transitioning to content creation. You can follow her on Twitter @katewand.

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