National Debt Limit is Closer Than Most Americans Know


The economy is far from where it needs to be right now. Inflation is a very real problem, due to repeated stimulus checks, government spending, and the printing of money.

At the same time as inflation comes staffing shortages. These staffing shortages are triggered by the COVID vaccine mandates that Biden and Democrats are trying to force through.

However, America isn’t out of the woods just yet when it comes to the current state of the U.S. economy. As a matter of fact, if changes don’t occur, things could get very bad within the next few weeks.

A D.C. think tank, along with economists, warns that America’s debt limit could max out by the middle of October.

Another impending economic crisis?

If the Treasury Department completely runs out of funds, this means that things like checks for military troop members, retirement benefits programs, child tax credits, etc., won’t get paid. Moreover, borrowing fees and interest rates are bound to go up.

Right now, lawmakers are duking it out regarding the increase or removal of the debt ceiling altogether. This current news comes after months of fiscal conservatives in Washington warning against irresponsible spending and the running up of debt for future generations.