Local events planned for those left behind by Biden

Local events planned for those left behind by Biden

Local events planned for those left behind by Biden

With small businesses closing, inflation rising, and families struggling to make ends meet, the politically active group that turns conservative ideas into reality on Capitol Hill is going on tour to expose Biden's lacking agenda.

Curnutte, Lindsey (Heritage Action) Curnutte

Lindsey Curnutte, Heritage Action for America's press secretary, explains that the Save Our Paychecks National Tour is in response to the Biden-Harris administration's "war on our pocketbook."

"Throughout the months of August and September, Heritage Action will be hosting an event at different stops around the country really aimed at exposing how bad President Biden's policies have been for Americans," Curnutte continues.

Thanks to what Heritage Action Executive Director Jessica Anderson calls "Bidenflation," Americans are losing purchasing power every month.

Anderson, Jessica (Heritage Action) Anderson

"Blue state lockdowns and Congress' disastrous spending plans have led to higher taxes and higher unemployment," says Anderson. "The Save Our Paychecks Tour will shed light on the American workers and businesses who have been left behind by the Biden administration."

Fresno, California is on the list of tour stops. As are Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Orlando, Florida.

"In Fresno we'll be featuring the former owner of the San Francisco salon that Speaker Nancy Pelosi used for a blowout during California's lockdown," says Curnutte. "We're holding our event there in Fresno at the new salon she works with because she was driven out of town."

Senator Rick Scott (R-Florida) and Governor Brian Kemp (R-Georgia) are scheduled to appear at some of the events along the way.

To coincide with the launch, Heritage Action has created a website called SaveOurPaychecks.com.