People don’t need graphs, charts and beltway politicians to see how grossly inept the Biden administration has been in failing to deal with everything from inflation, which this week hit another record high, to the ongoing supply chain crisis.
Shoppers and even leftist media lackeys have seen and felt the real-world impacts of dwindling consumer goods, despite Biden’s transportation secretary, Pete Buttigieg, claiming the supply chain problem has been fixed. The scarcity in grocery store aisles has reached such a critical state that the crisis was trending nationally on Twitter, and users rightfully blamed President Joe Biden with the ignoble #BareShelvesBiden.
“Images of barren shelves were shared by Americans far and wide, including media members, politicians, and other shoppers as they feel the effects of supply chain issues and labor shortages under the Biden administration,” reported Breitbart.
— Buzz Patterson (@BuzzPatterson) January 10, 2022
The problem was equally grave right around the corner from Biden’s Oval Office, with CNBC’s White House Correspondent Kayla Tausche tweeting images of near-empty aisles with the caption “Apocalypse now, to Atlanta, where former Democrat Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms saw the same.
Apocalypse now pic.twitter.com/j48ALuYtoQ
— Kayla Tausche (@kaylatausche) January 9, 2022
I’ve received 8 messages & counting from my very polite @Instacart shopper over the last 10 minutes about missing items in the Cascade Rd @Publix. I shopped in Buckhead & Vinings last week and no one else seems to have the supply chain issues we’re experiencing in SW Atlanta. pic.twitter.com/aDsTgwvljD
— Keisha Lance Bottoms (@KeishaBottoms) January 5, 2022
The Biden administration’s response to the shortage of consumer goods and products has been disdain and obfuscation, starting last year when White House mouthpiece Jen Psaki scoffed at “the tragedy of the treadmill that’s delayed,” when asked about the supply chain crisis.
Completely out-of-touch https://t.co/T0hx375qhb
— Rep Andy Biggs (@RepAndyBiggsAZ) October 19, 2021
That was nearly four months ago, and the crisis under Biden’s lack of leadership has only gotten worse.