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BrooklynDad_Defiant!
 @mmpadellan
When Seniors and retirees begin to see a 5.9% increase in their Social Security checks in 2022, they can thank President Biden for the biggest increase in decades. Thank you, President Biden!
13 Oct, 03:39 PM UTC
Occupy Democrats
 @OccupyDemocrats
BREAKING NEWS: President Biden’s Social Security Administration announces that “70 million Americans will get” a massive “5.9% increase in monthly benefits in 2022.” RT TO THANK JOE FOR TAKING CARE OF AMERICA’S SENIORS!
13 Oct, 01:55 PM UTC
The Associated Press
 @AP
BREAKING: Millions of retirees on Social Security will get a 5.9% boost in benefits for 2022. The biggest cost-of-living adjustment in 39 years follows a burst in inflation as the economy struggles to shake off the drag of the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/jaB2xW5XKl
13 Oct, 12:48 PM UTC
Really American 🇺🇸
@ReallyAmerican1
Who else agrees a 5.9% increase in Social Security checks proves our President cares about Seniors? 🤚
13 Oct, 03:44 PM UTC
Ricky Davila
@TheRickyDavila
Social Security checks for retirees and senior citizens will increase by 5.9% in 2022 which is the highest increase in decades. This is thanks to President Biden. Good morning. ☕️
13 Oct, 04:35 PM UTC
Jonathan Lemire
 @JonLemire
WASHINGTON (AP) — Social Security checks to increase by 5.9%, as inflation fuels largest COLA for retirees in nearly 40 years.
13 Oct, 12:36 PM UTC
Kyle Griffin
 @kylegriffin1
The Social Security Administration just announced that its beneficiaries will see a 5.9% increase in their benefit checks starting next year — the largest boost to benefits in close to four decades. https://t.co/zYmMZoObuq
13 Oct, 01:30 PM UTC
Justin Horwitz
@JustinAHorwitz
Democrats increase social security benefits. Republicans want to cut social security benefits. Pass it on.
13 Oct, 07:36 PM UTC
No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen
 @NoLieWithBTC
NEW: The federal government is increasing Social Security checks by 6% to account for cost of living adjustments for retirees — the largest increase in nearly 40 years.
13 Oct, 06:56 PM UTC
CNN Breaking News
 @cnnbrk
Social Security recipients will see monthly checks soar, but rising prices due to inflation will likely offset the benefit https://t.co/ihFGH2RNur
13 Oct, 01:46 PM UTC
Libertarian Party of Texas
 @LPTexas
Social Security is a government enforced Ponzi Scheme.
13 Oct, 06:49 PM UTC
NPR
 @NPR
Millions of retirees on Social Security will get a 5.9% boost in benefits for 2022 — the biggest cost-of-living adjustment in 39 years. The move follows a bump in inflation as the economy struggles to rebound. https://t.co/JYpdghPGsQ
13 Oct, 08:45 PM UTC
Sheldon Whitehouse
 @SenWhitehouse
At last a significant COLA for seniors on Social Security! https://t.co/EhxKVqYBO3
13 Oct, 08:32 PM UTC
Peter Morley
@morethanmySLE
Increases of 5.9% to Social Security and Social Security Disability is a great start, but sadly because of the minuscule COLA increases over the years to these programs, people like myself who rely on this fixed income will still be left behind. We must do more!
13 Oct, 08:33 PM UTC
Kelly Keegs
 @kellykeegs
I know nothing about social security stuff but all I ever heard was how theres 0 dollars and we're all screwed. This seems to be the exact opposite? https://t.co/sSzvbEoQCi
13 Oct, 03:38 PM UTC
Chip Franklin🏛InsideTheBeltway.com
 @chipfranklin
Democrats increase social security benefits. Republicans want to cut social security benefits. Pass it on. https://t.co/kSOebL88AM
13 Oct, 07:37 PM UTC
Outspoken
@Out5p0ken
💥 Retirees and disabled people who are receiving Social Security benefits will get a 5.9% boost in benefits. Thank you President Biden ! Maga, do not collect! Siri, define socialism.
13 Oct, 05:27 PM UTC
Bloomberg Quicktake
 @Quicktake
U.S. Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits will rise by 5.9% in 2022, the largest bump since 1982 https://t.co/H7IeaCY207 @Quicktake's photo on Social Security
13 Oct, 08:09 PM UTC
NYT Business
 @nytimesbusiness
U.S. Social Security benefits will increase 5.9% in 2022, officials said. The increase, a cost of living adjustment that applies to about 70 million Americans, comes as consumer prices in the U.S. have seen their sharpest increase in years. https://t.co/mUw6ajnCf0
13 Oct, 08:30 PM UTC
NBC News
 @NBCNews
The Social Security Administration's announcement that 70 million beneficiaries are getting, in effect, a 5.9% raise next year comes as welcome news for seniors — but for many, that hike can’t come soon enough. https://t.co/9B3LdPC9Sz
13 Oct, 09:29 PM UTC
Claudia Tenney
 @claudiatenney
The Social Security increase sounds like a big deal but it is just trying to keep up with Biden's inflation. Sadly, this boost won't buy you very much more unless Biden's economy gets straightened out.
13 Oct, 09:45 PM UTC
Gemma 🖕MY CHOICE
@whosyourdandy22
Holy shit! 5.9% increase. Everyone on Social Security get ready for the $92 increase a month... Wait. I bet Medicare goes up by 10%! Don't spend it all in one place. #DemVoice1 https://t.co/3Xgm9brwXW
13 Oct, 07:57 PM UTC
Forbes
 @Forbes
Social Security 5.9% COLA increase is the biggest in nearly 40 years https://t.co/ydCZULKbW7 Via @ForbesAdvisor @Forbes's photo on Social Security
13 Oct, 05:04 PM UTC
Newsweek
 @Newsweek
Social Security recipients get $92 a month increase in benefits as living costs rise https://t.co/j5RoWd8Ryb
13 Oct, 03:38 PM UTC
Amee Vanderpool
@girlsreallyrule
Social Security recipients will see their monthly checks soar by 5.9% next year, the largest increase since 1982, the Social Security Administration announced Wednesday, though rising prices due to inflation will likely offset the benefit to seniors. https://t.co/YUhDlYVFUM
13 Oct, 01:15 PM UTC
BrooklynDad_Defiant!
 @mmpadellan
Storytime with BDD: William Shatner in space, inflation, social security, Katie Couric, Raggedy Kyrie. LIVE NOW on BrooklynDad Defiant YouTube: https://t.co/S0RXu5RZzN @mmpadellan's photo on Social Security
13 Oct, 09:45 PM UTC
Tired of being politically correct
@USBornNRaised
Next year the average elderly person on Social Security will get a 5.9% increase. They make $735.00 a month. They will get $43.46 more. New York was offering up to $15K payments for illegal immigrants for Covid monies.
13 Oct, 09:51 PM UTC
SN7 🌱
@thesayno7
ALL of these Social Security entitlement payments are now " on the card". https://t.co/ygYiZKzdpr
13 Oct, 06:13 AM UTC
SN7 🌱
@thesayno7
The #cashlessdebitcard breaches Social Security Law 8.4.3 - because LNP can and did. A private LNP backed corporation retains legal ownership of the 80% quarantined portion of these Social Security Entitlement payments. https://t.co/loCuSHW4Km
13 Oct, 06:17 AM UTC
Rep. Sam Graves
 @RepSamGraves
Many Social Security field offices have been closed since last March. I sent a letter with 50 of my colleagues calling on these offices to be reopened. Our seniors need these offices open to get the benefits they’ve earned. https://t.co/hzNdTptooD
13 Oct, 05:03 PM UTC