Inflation Affecting Your Budget? Bloomberg Offers Advice of Letting Pets Die

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How is it that things seem to be spiraling out of control? Just as we think that the liberals couldn’t get any more offensive with their recommendations on how we should live our lives, Bloomberg decides to publish some tips on how we can deal with inflation.

Now, most people want to hear how the federal government is going to fix inflation. We don’t really want ideas on how we can simply manage our budget more effectively. After all, it’s hard for anyone to financially prepare to pay $5 a gallon for gas (or even more).

So, as we deal with the Biden administration’s inability to even admit that inflation is crushing the average American, Bloomberg thinks that they have the answer: just let your pets die.

Wait, what?

Yes, you read that correctly. Our dogs and cats are members of our family. They provide us with emotional support. They love us unconditionally. Yet, if it is up to the liberals, we should let them die.

When pets get sick, we should be taking them to the vet. It ensures that they get the care that they need so that they can live by our side for many years to come.

Only, some of those vet bills can add up to hundreds or even thousands of dollars. So, Bloomberg suggests that we don’t pay for those medical treatments. Instead, we let the pets die.

Bloomberg News had the audacity to suggest “If you’re one of the many Americans who became a new pet owner during the pandemic, you might want to rethink those costly pet medical needs. It may sound harsh, but researchers actually don’t recommend pet chemotherapy — which can cost up to $10,000 — for ethical reasons.”

How is this even acceptable? Obviously, chemotherapy may be a bit dramatic, but their suggestions don’t stop there. The way their advice reads, pet owners should consider letting their pets die over any vet bill that they deem to be too expensive.

And the cost savings continue long after the pet dies. There will be no reason for buying food, spending money at the groomer, or anything else. We should simply forget about all of the peace and happiness that a pet brings to our lives.

Basically, Bloomberg wants us to reevaluate our entire lives. Not only do they want us to let our pets die, but they also want us to change our diets, suggesting “don’t be afraid to explore.” This includes giving up some of the meat we’ve grown accustomed to in exchange for lentils and beans. They say that it’s healthier and cheaper – though the healthier isn’t really proven considering that meat is an important source of not just protein but also iron and other vitamins and minerals.

No one needed to hear the advice that Bloomberg wanted to offer up. Rather than telling us how we can deal with the inflation, they should be addressing the bigger issue – that we have any kind of inflation at all. It’s the largest one that the country has seen in over 40 years – and Biden and his lackeys continue to ignore the problem.

While we may not be ready to spend $10,000 on pet chemotherapy, we can’t simply give up on our pets when they need a basic treatment or surgery. There are always options to help our pets – and that includes payment plans.

What’s next? When gas prices go up to $7 or $8 and we need more help with our budgets in Biden’s inflationary presidency, will the liberals begin talking about how we can let our kids die, too? After all, those without medical insurance may have to pay tens of thousands of dollars for a trip to the ER. Perhaps we should just shoot anyone in our households who get sick or injured like we would a horse…just put them out of their misery.

Anything will help as long as Biden doesn’t have to acknowledge that the inflation is hurting the average American household, right?