#BareShelvesBiden Trends as Americans Detail How Joe’s Failures Have Hit Hard – Opinion

The West Side Cafe is a great place to get comfort food in Fort Worth. They have great chicken fried steak and fluffy Western omelettes. There is truly something for everyone. You can’t get better breakfast than their eggs, sausage and thick, delicious rye bread. Their products are excellent.

But a couple of months ago, I ordered the rye bread and they said it was out — that it was a supply chain issue. It hasn’t come back. I thought, “Dang, Brandon even got my rye bread!” The cafe has also posted that the supply issues are causing them to change their to-go packaging and might cause them to have to raise prices on to-go orders.

Unfortunately, it’s not just me or that cafe.

We’re still seeing issues across the country, as people trended #BareShelvesBiden yesterday on Twitter and posted pictures about their difficulties trying to find things as the supply chain problems translate into empty shelves again. In October, #EmptyShelvesJoe became a trending topic. At the time, media even attempted to explain that having empty shelves was a good thing. They suggested that it is better to be content with less.

However, the problems remain.

Curtis Houck was Newsbusters managing editor and posted an article about Oakton Virginia.

CNBC senior White House correspondent Kayla Tausche posted about a Trader Joe’s, calling it “Apocolypse now.”

Keisha Lance Bottoms, Democrat Atlanta Mayor, also spoke out about the difficulties her Instacart shopper had finding items in a Publix near Atlanta.

The hunt began last week to find a whole bird. Before we found one, we had to visit three different stores. You can’t imagine. I couldn’t have imagined such a thing a couple of years ago in the greatest country on the face of the earth. We’ve never had that at least not in recent memory. We’re not the Soviet Union or Venezuela, although it does seem like Joe Biden wants to take us there.

Here’s the Target in Watauga, Texas last week. It was very close to being cleared out if you needed orange juice.

Then, if you wanted pasta at a Walmart Super Center in Fort Worth, there wasn’t much left.

Coast to coast, cream cheese is a problem. Jennifer Van Laar (our managing editor) had trouble finding it in Simi Valley when she was on a bagel-run.

Kraft paid $20 last month to people not to make cheesecakes for Christmas due the shortage in cream cheese. New Yorkers who love bagel and cream cheese found this particularly difficult.

A few liberals attempted to discredit this claim and blame others for posting it.

But sorry, that doesn’t work when we see it hitting our own shelves — and shelves across the country.

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