Biden continues to wreck havoc on US as he signs $1.2 trillion “infrastructure” bill
Shoppers have been noticing gaps on grocery shelves where items such as crackers, cereal, canned tuna and soups were usually stocked, as panicky buyers stock up on staples amid food shortages. Mega packs of toilet paper, recently limited to one pack per customer, are once again missing from Costco. Stores are moving products around and altering shelving layouts to make it less obvious that there are shortages now accompanying the escalating prices. Some retailers are bold enough to put up signs indicating they are out of specific items.
Americans hear a lot about supply chain problems, which account for scarcities including appliances, tech items and even cars, though no one satisfactorily explains what the holdups are. Amid the chaos Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg blandly acknowledged, “There will be disruptions.”
We are told that Thanksgiving turkeys and Christmas gifts need to be purchased early because current stock will not be replaced before the holidays.
Gas and oil prices are soaring thanks to Joe Biden. Immediately after taking his oath of office, Biden signed an executive order to halt construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, intended to transport Canadian crude oil to the U.S. Biden cited the dem’s always reliable go-to climate-change crisis as the rationale. Not only was the action irrational, but it displaced over 11,000 American workers who are unable to find work in their trades. Biden’s Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm acknowledged Americans will pay more to heat their homes this winter. We’ve already been witnessing the astronomical leaps at the service station gas pumps — with no end in sight.
Rest assured that radical letist Buttigieg has his priorities in order in the midst of the national supply chain crisis. He recently returned from a two-month taxpayer-paid paternity leave after he and ‘his husband’ adopted twins.