Biden Remarks on Supply Chain Disruptions Are Classic Biden in a Nutshell – RedState

We’re seeing a lot of problems as a result of supply chain disruptions, with more shortages anticipated.

We’re see empty shelves again and getting a lot of warnings on the system that the problems are going to get worse. However, there are more complex and long-term problems that must be addressed. Joe Biden ignored the solutions for quite some time.

Today, Biden discussed the crisis unfolding and the steps he was taking to resolve it.

Biden, in a fitting symbol of his lateness to the topic, was done an an an an hour lateHe delivered his planned remarks. Then, he spoke for only about 10 minutes. He said nothing new.

Then he had some issues with the teleprompter, saying people’s names and even thanking his “supply sane (?) disruption task force.” I’m not sure what a “supply sane” is.

Now there are a lot of things that Biden could have touched on but didn’t — from dealing with long-term trucking issues to how his various policy actions around things like vaccine mandates and unemployment have contributed to the various problems. But he didn’t address any of those issues.

Given that it’s such a significant issue — affecting all Americans across the country, in many critical ways — he stayed around to answer whatever questions the media might have had to reassure Americans that he was taking this issue very seriously.

No, sorry, just kidding. You know he wouldn’t do that. He gave a canned “God bless our troops” ending remark, turned on his heel, and beat it out of there, refusing to take questions from any reporters, including one who tried to ask about the delay of Christmas presents for Americans, and another about what he was going to do to lower rising gas prices.

He did however have one supporter in the audience towards the end of his comments.

Obviously, really wowing folks there with his reassuring comments — not so much. I’m guessing that’s probably one of the guys whose name he got wrong. But, he obviously really didn’t care about whether he was actually answering or reassuring anyone’s concerns.

We are spared the details of his time as a longshoreman at the docks before he became interested in politics.

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