Why Is the Biden-Harris Regime Intentionally Tanking the Supply Chain?

Reprinted from NOQ report.

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We have a complex problem that already has a solution available. The Biden-Harris regime knows the problem we’re having with our supply chain that is causing major shortages. They will only get worse unless it’s fixed immediately. But other than rhetoric and roundtables, they’re doing nothing about it. Why?

Yes, it’s complex, but the solutions are simple. We need more bodies. We need people working on ports, in warehouses, and behind the wheels of trucks to get the supplies out to the stores so people can buy them. It’s as easy as doing what America has always done, just more and faster. That takes money, but the millions it would take to fix it are small compared to the billions or trillions in economic losses the country will experience in the coming weeks if they don’t do something about it.

Here’s my take for The JD Rucker Show, followed by Art Moore’s report from WND News Center:

‘Everything Is Breaking Down’: Supply Crisis Grows 2 Months After Biden Vowed to Fix It

A shortage of just about everything is looming ahead of the holiday season as more than 150 container ships wait off the coast of California and rail yards clog up due to a shortage of port workers and truckers.

President Biden assured Americans on Aug. 11 that “these bottlenecks and price spikes will reduce as our economy continues to heal,” appointing a “port envoy” who would work with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.

Biden said at the time that his administration was “bringing together the port operators, shipping lines, the labor unions, trucking companies, railroads, and others to speed up the port’s operations.”

But the Washington Post, which endorsed Biden in 2020, reported in an in-depth feature the “commercial pipeline that each year brings $1 trillion worth of toys, clothing, electronics and furniture from Asia to the United States is clogged and no one knows how to unclog it.”

Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., said Monday the supply-chain disruption “is a crisis.”

“This will impact every American, especially those who can least afford it,” he wrote on Twitter. “It’s past time for President Biden and Pete Buttigieg to explain what they’re doing about this.”

Cotton said Biden chose Buttigieg as Transportation secretary even though he was “completely unqualified,” and now the former South Bend, Indiana, mayor “is absent during a transportation crisis that is hurting working-class Americans.”

Buttigieg has said in recent interviews that “it’s an incredibly complicated situation,” but the government is holding virtual “roundtables” with port operators, labor unions and private companies. Nevertheless, he told MSNBC last Thursday, the “challenges” will continue, not only “going into the next year or two, but going into the long term.”

The Wall Street Journal reported Walmart, Costco and Target are chartering their own cargo ships to import goods, paying about $100,000 day, or four times more than last year.

The transporting of goods from Asia to North America is currently taking about 80 days, which is twice as long as before the COVID-19 pandemic.

Many didn’t come back to their jobs

Georgia Port Authority director Griff Lynch said Sunday in an interview with Trey Gowdy on Fox News “Sunday Night in America” said the problem began a year and a half ago when foreign ports shut down because of COVID.

“The supply chain shut down. The supply chain is only so big, and that disruption is what we’re feeling today. We’re trying to force more cargo through the supply chain and it’s only so big and so resilient,” Lynch explained.

Buttigieg believes the Democrats’ $3.5 billion infrastructure plan would help address the crisis, but Lynch said the problem stems more from a lack of workers than a lack of resources.

“Clearly what’s transpired is after the shutdown, the question is did everyone come back to their jobs? Did the truckers come back? Did the warehouse folks come back? And the answer is no they haven’t. So that is certainly contributing to what we’re seeing here,” Lynch said.

Lynch pointed out that ports are now dealing with double the amount of backlogged containers.

“We’ve literally gone from 300 miles of containers last summer to 600 miles. That’s a big deal, and it’s creating congestion. We need to find ways to move the cargo,” Lynch said.

‘Everything is breaking down’

The Washington Post reported the median cost of shipping a standard container from China to the U.S. West Coast hit a record $20,586. That’s nearly twice what it cost in July, which was twice what it cost in January, according to the Freightos index.

“Consumers are confronting higher prices and shortages of cars, children’s shoes and exercise gear, as the holiday shopping season looms,” the Post said.

The paper quoted Brian Bourke, chief growth officer at SEKO Logistics, warning the problem is “going to get worse again before it gets better.”

“Global supply chains are not built for this. Everything is breaking down,” he said.

Image by Corey Seeman via Flickr, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.



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I’ll keep this short. The rise of Pandemic Panic Theater, massive voter fraud, and other “taboo” topics have neutered a majority of conservative news sites. You’ll notice they are very careful about what topics they tackle. Sure, they’ll attack Critical Race Theory, Antifa, and the Biden-Harris regime, but you won’t see them going after George Soros, Bill Gates, the World Economic Forum, or the Deep State, among others.

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