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Biden’s Condolences to Bereaved Family Only Make Things Worse

'It's tough stuff... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Stuttering and stumbling through a recent speech, President Joe Biden crassly told an executive of Jo-Ann stores that he is sorry that his friend and colleague dropped dead.

Unfortunately for the grieving, Biden used perhaps the least sympathetic language in his attempt to be sympathetic.

“And by the way, my sympathies to your family of your CFO, who dropped dead very unexpectedly,” Biden said as he stumbled his way through the platitudes.

“My best to their family. It’s tough stuff,” the mourner-in-chief muttered.

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Biden’s most recent blunder came earlier this week during a ceremony in which he signed the Ocean Shipping Reform act into law at the White House.

The previous day the news had broken that Jo-Ann’s chief financial officer, Matt Susz, had passed away unexpectedly.

Biden was mocked extensively for his incompetent condolence.

The rambling president continued to deliver a speech attacking the shipping companies for price spikes and blaming Russian President Vladimir Putin for inflation.

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Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., claimed that Congress will go after the shipping companies with anti-trust laws if they do not lower prices, reported the Daily Mail.

“If I were them, I would take great heed at the unanimous vote in the Senate, the strong vote in the House, that we could act very soon if they don’t start being fair,” Klobuchar said, referring to the Oceans Shipping Reform Act.

“If they keep their prices so high and don’t respond to the needs in our country, I think you will see legislation, more legislation, in the mix.”

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