"Outnumbered" co-host Emily Compagno invited columnist Michelle Singletary to visit her family's small business and see the impact of inflation firsthand.
EMILY COMPAGNO: My family has a small business that you guys know, and it's an agricultural one. And the idea from this Washington Post columnist, Miss Singletary there, that we somehow are complaining, that we've overblown or overinflated the pain that we are experiencing as a small business, trying to make ends meet and trying to make payroll is so deeply out of touch and so deeply offensive. I invite her to come out to the vineyard. I invite her to come out and get a tour and look at how many things we have to purchase on a monthly basis to upkeep and comply with environmental regulations and state and federal regulations. How those costs have absolutely soared. And you know what we've refused to do? Is pass that cost on to the consumer. … We do not pass it on to the consumer because unlike them, unlike this White House, we respect our fellow American, and we know that they're going through a hard time, too.
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