2021-10-12 21:19:49 UTC
It's beginning to look a lot like a Democrat Christmas!
How's that Biden presidency working out for ya? Last Christmas the Democrat
were telling you that you couldn't see your family members or go to church fo
the Christmas holidays. This year, they're telling you there probably won't b
many presents under the tree.
All the things that are supposed to be on those empty store shelves ar
actually *here*-- well, in ships sitting idle at anchor off the U.S. coast
Biden is blaming the Wuhan Flu, but one of the biggest reasons for it here i
L.A. is that they can't get port personnel to come back to work with all th
free money the state of California and the federal government are handing out
That combined with an ongoing eviction moratorium where people can get awa
with not paying rent and unloading cargo ships seems like the lesser choic
for a lot of them.
Oh, and those idle cargo ships are likely the cause of the huge oil spill an
environmental disaster in Orange County. The evidence seems to show that i
was one of those massive anchors which dragged across the pipeline an
ruptured it, from a ship that normally wouldn't be anchored in that area bu
for the massive off-loading backup in Long Beach.
CIRCLE BACK PSAKI: "The president wants to make fundamental changes in ou
Akin to how Mount Vesuvius fundamentally changed Pompeii's economy.
Progress! Keep voting Democrat. It's working out so well.
WASHINGTON, Oct 12 (Reuters) - White House officials, scrambling to reliev
global supply bottlenecks choking U.S. ports, highways and railways, warn tha
Americans may face higher prices and some empty shelves this Christma
The supply crisis, driven in part by the global COVID-19 pandemic, not onl
threatens to dampen U.S. spending at a critical time, it also poses
political risk for President Joe Biden.
The latest Reuters/Ipsos poll shows the economy continues to be the mos
important issue for Democrats and Republicans alike.
The White House has been trying to tackle inflation-inducing suppl
bottlenecks of everything from meat to semiconductors, and formed a task forc
in June that meets weekly and named a "bottleneck" czar to push private-secto
companies to ease snarls.