White House Mocks Supply Chain Concerns Of Average Citizens

Nothing says “we really car” like mocking the concerns of citizens. But, hey, all you Biden voters, this is on you. Don’t be upset over the inability to get goods, along with the price of goods

White House minimizes supply chain crisis as ‘tragedy of the treadmill’

Biden Brain SuckerWhite House press secretary Jen Psaki characterized the supply chain crisis that is causing a shortage of consumer goods across the country as the “tragedy of the treadmill” on Tuesday — the second time a member of the administration has made light of the crisis.

During Tuesday’s White House briefing, Psaki was questioned about why President Biden failed to take a more aggressive approach to the bottleneck when the signs were evident in March 2020 that the coronavirus pandemic would disrupt the global supply chain.

“It was crystal clear that things were not improving on the supply chain. People couldn’t get dishwashers and furniture and treadmills delivered on time. Not to mention all sorts of other things,” the reporter said.

Psaki interjected: “The tragedy of the treadmill.”

The video is required to see how snotty this was said

That’s how one would expect Marie Antoinette to say “let the eat cake” per the legend (yes, yes, I know the reality of that saying). People aren’t waiting for treadmills: they’re waiting on autos to be able to get to work, food, and so many other goods. Sure, many are “luxury items”, but, we’re the United States. If we can’t get some luxury items, were are we? And you’re dealing with empty shelves and low supplies. Want some fish for dinner? Good luck. The supply was low to empty, at least for fresh, at three different grocery stores. Even something basic, like these Sam’s Club cheese bagels I love are hit and miss.

In an interview Sunday, Buttigieg blamed the bottleneck on the high demand from American consumers for more goods.

“Part of what’s happening isn’t just the supply side, it’s the demand side,” Buttigieg said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “Demand is off the charts, retail sales are through the roof. … Demand is up because income is up, because the president has successfully guided this economy out of the terrifying recession.”

Demand is normal. It’s not elevated above normal. Where is income up? And, heck, the Washington Post said economists were saying the US was out of recession in late January 2021, which would mean Trump pulled us out of it (which was world wide). Why have things gotten so much worse under Let’s Go Brandon? An administration which cares more about illegal aliens than Americans.

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4 Responses to “White House Mocks Supply Chain Concerns Of Average Citizens”

  1. CC says:

    Letting millions of wetbacks from all over the world who can earn nothing and need it all gratis is going to raise demand too.
    Feckless cunt of the year, beating out granny nan by inches.

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    William typed: Demand is normal.

    That’s not true. Demand is up and consumer spending is up over 11% in both Q1 and Q2.

    Income has been increasing slowly since April.

    In addition, the computer chip shortage is continuing.

    Several factors are driving the crunch, which was initially concentrated in the auto industry. The first is the coronavirus pandemic, which plunged the global economy into recession last year, upending supply chains and changing consumer shopping patterns. Carmakers cut back orders for chips while tech companies, whose products were boosted by lockdown living, snapped up as many as they could.

    Other shocks, such as US government sanctions on Chinese technology companies and extreme weather, have also contributed to the shortage of supply.

    Teach types: Sam’s Club cheese bagels I love are hit and miss

    Are bagels shipped from China?

    The China–United States trade war occurred from 2018 to early 2020, and caused significant damage across global economies. The tRump Pandemic Recession began in Feb 2020 and the US was technically out of recession just as President Biden was sworn in.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Yeah, Joey’s misadministration has nothing to do with the inflated economy. https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_wink.gif

      Rimjob, dipshit that he is, continues to make a fool of himself even if he doesn’t realized it.

      #FJB
      Bwaha ! Lolgf https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

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