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Condescending Biden astounds when he tries to explain supply chains to the ignorant masses

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There are a lot of reasons why the supply chain is currently under so much strain, but Americans may not be smart enough to understand the nuances, according to President Joe Biden.

At a Maryland event held to prove that the administration was taking the economic crisis seriously, Biden couldn’t help but put his foot in his mouth. While trying to explain, he effectively said that most Americans are too ignorant to understand how the supply chain works. It’s unclear if he believes this, and if he actually thinks it absolves his administration of their responsibility in its creation.

“You hear a lot about the supply chains in the news, but frankly, not a lot of people have a clear understanding, whether they have a Ph.D. or they didn’t go to school, about how a supply chain works,” Biden explained. Thankfully, he dumbed it down for all of the dullards.

“In simple terms, supply chain is just the journey that a product takes to get to your doorstep,” he said. Without such an elementary explanation, it’s likely nobody would have been able to comprehend the magnitude of such a complex idea.

Biden, being the benevolent and magnanimous leader he is, said that it is “easily understandable” how your average American would not be able to grasp the concept.

“As long as goods and materials are getting where they need to go on time, there’s usually no need to worry about the supply chains,” he said. Unfortunately, that is exactly the problem right now as cargo ships pile up in America’s ports, and products and parts sit idle.

Just to drive the point home that the people who voted for him (and those who didn’t, for good measure) are intellectually lacking, he created a hypothetical situation:

“If we were all going out and having lunch together and I said, ‘Let’s ask whoever’s in the next table, no matter what restaurant we’re in, have them explain the supply chain to us.’ Do you think they’d understand what we’re talking about?”

 

But luckily, stupid Americans have more money now that they can’t buy any of the things they want because the difficult-to-understand supply chain is broken!

Meanwhile, on MSNBC, a place with more spin than a Tilt-A-Whirl, Transporation Secretary Pete Buttigieg tried to deflect blame for the supply chain issues. He even said that the lack of affordable child care options is partially to blame, which segued perfectly into an ad for Biden’s “Build Back Better” plan.

“There are a lot of things contributing to this. One of them is childcare, of course, which is why the president’s Build Back Better vision is going to be good for the labor market,” he explained.

He went on to say that “some of these professions frankly just need to be a better job.” He claimed that trucking, an incredibly arduous, difficult job that often takes men and women away from their family for days, even weeks at a time, has a high turnover rate, thus proving that it’s a crappy job and explaining why there are no groceries on shelves.

Even Mika Brzezinski had a difficult time swallowing what Buttigieg was dishing out because she pointed out that prior to COVID and prior to Trump, the issue of affordable child care existed and yet there was no labor shortage back then. How is it that now, when we’re supposed to all “be in this together,” are people now deciding that going back to work isn’t feasible?

He acknowledged that the issue existed before, but insisted that now it is bigger than ever, and once again launched into how Biden’s pet project is going to take care of this aspect of the economic issue.


(Video: MSNBC)

Brzezinski once again pressed on why exactly nobody is going back to work, causing the economy as a whole to suffer, and Buttigieg once again beat the drum of child care, creating one heck of a GIF for Twitter users who say it’s a “#mood.”

Luckily, we have intellectual giants like Biden and Buttigieg who have clearly demonstrated their understanding of the root causes of the supply chain crisis, to lead us poor, stupid people through this complex economic time.

Sierra Marlee

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