By: Daniel John Sobieski
Florida’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis got it right when he dubbed the incompetent, incoherent, and cognitively challenged Joe Biden and his team of loonies the “Brandon Administration.” And one of the things that have earned the righteous anger of the American people is the destruction of a supply chain that was the envy of the world.
Joe Biden thinks the supply chain is too hard for us deplorables to understand as evidenced by this fabricated and nonsensical story he told recently:
What — like, for example, if I had — if we were all going out and having lunch together and I said, “Let’s ask whoever the — whoever is at the next table, no matter how — what restaurant we’re in — have them explain the supply chain to us.” You think they’d understand what we’re talking about?
They would, Joe, even if you don’t quite grasp where your ice cream comes from. They would know that the food they eat was grown somewhere else and brought to the restaurant on a truck. And they would not say, like Time Magazine recently did in agreement with administration officials, that it was their pre-dinner shopping that caused the supply chain to collapse.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, who thinks roads are racist and who treated the supply chain crisis so seriously he took two months off for maternity, uh, paternity, uh, whatever leave to bond with a baby he adopted with his husband, is these days blaming everything from the China Virus pandemic to climate change for our clogged ports and collapsing supply chain and seems just as clueless about what to do as he was when he couldn’t fill the local potholes when he was mayor of South Bend, Indiana.
He says the crisis will not end anytime soon, blames the American consumer for buying too much stuff, and suggests the problem might go away if only we spend ourselves further into oblivion:
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg warned that the devastating global supply chain troubles that continue to be a drag on the economy and threaten gift-giving during the holiday season could continue as long as the coronavirus pandemic….
He said Americans are buying more goods but the supply chain is not keeping up the pace and suggested that President Biden’s trillion-dollar bipartisan infrastructure plan and social spending package could help to beat back inflation and fix the supply chain woes.