Hyperinflation Will Collapse Biden Administration – Clif High | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Hyperinflation Will Collapse Biden Administration – Clif High

Clif High is an Internet data mining expert who uses something he calls “Predictive Linguistics,” which sorts through billions of bits of information on the Internet to predict future trends and events. He has many well-documented correct predictions. High predicted a month ago, “The Biden Administration would be in full collapse by this fall.” The CV19 Vax door knocking campaign from the Biden camp, to harass people into getting the jab, is simply a prelude to the coming collapse. High explains, “It’s a sign of desperation, and it’s a sign of weakness. . . . What they do not realize is the people doing this work are going to be assaulted by the people they are going to be talking to verbally and sometimes physically. It won’t go well for the workers. It’s going to cause lots and lots and lots of videos and audio recordings to come into existence that the Biden Administration will desperately not want to have happened. At some point, I think it will be the PR aspect that will get them to cancel it. . . . People will take the opportunity to ‘red pill’ these workers and record it. . . . It will be like my enemy is sending his troops to me. Let me see if I can convert them to my purpose.”

How will the collapse of the Biden Administration take place? High says, “This is an economic issue. . . . We exist on the petro-dollar empire, and that empire is dying very rapidly. We are in the very final phases of that death. In that final phase, we reach hyperinflation. We are at the point that hyperinflation has broken loose. It’s reported at 5.4%, but it’s really hyper. It really is three times that or four times that. Energy, since Biden took over, is up 40%. . . . We are now reaching a point of the inflation to run parallel with the debt that is going to reach an extreme. This extreme, by my calculations, should impact the Biden Administration in some form of a catastrophic crisis around the last half of September. . . . Fundamentally, it will be the inability to pay for things . . . . It will be a situation where the hyperinflation has so outpaced normal expectation . . . that all of the government contracts in the computers, which have limits and constraints, will have blown beyond those limits and constraints. The government will not be able to write checks because the computers will refuse to print them. This is a crude way of explaining it. . . . There are thousands of constraints built into software configured at a time when there was a more rational view of inflation.”