You’ve got to be kidding me. We already knew that inflation was bad. You see that at the grocery store. America’s mothers have seen it for months as they balance the home budgets. Inflation is a tax—period. And the Biden administration has been sticking it to consumers. There’s also the underreported story at our ports where a global supply chain crisis is looming. Goods cannot be offloaded fast enough due to COVID protocols and the sheer lack of manpower. No one is getting back to work.
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— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) October 13, 2021
CNBC had a lengthy post about Shipt—a shopper/delivery service owned by Target that’s exploded since the COVID pandemic. The article was about the service and how it’s handling the “out of stock” crisis in our grocery stores. Those are the three words that are going to replace “build back better” and the ones that describe the Biden agenda for consumers as inflation and supply chains tighten. Right now, there might not be items readily available come Christmas time (via Reuters):
White House officials, scrambling to relieve global supply bottlenecks choking U.S. ports, highways and railways, warn that Americans may face higher prices and some empty shelves this Christmas season.
The supply crisis, driven in part by the global COVID-19 pandemic, not only threatens to dampen U.S. spending at a critical time, it also poses a political risk for President Joe Biden.
(Read more from “For Consumers, ‘Build Back Better’ Is Going To Start Getting Replaced by These Three Words Soon” HERE)