Memory Wall: Why Young Americans Aren’t Blaming Biden for the Economy

Over the last four years, Americans have watched their dreams of homeownership get pushed down the road while their grocery bills become increasingly more expensive. But if you’re in your 20s and started buying your own groceries two years ago, this is the way it’s always been.
On today’s episode of The Spectacle podcast, Melissa Mackenzie and Scott McKay host a roundtable with four of the young writers and editors at The American Spectator. Ellie Gardey, Lucy VanBerkum, Nate Hochmanand Aubrey Gulick share their experiences as (more or less) recent college graduates coming of age in the Biden economy and what this generation’s experience could mean for politics. Tune in to hear their conversation!