Biden admits to coming food shortage for Americans

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Things could be on the verge of getting even worse, with the world already on the brink of entering a historic period of troubles accompanied by a complete lack of capable leadership from the United States government, and on Thursday, President Joe Biden served up the latest morsel of grim news when he confirmed that there will be a lot of belt-tightening in the near future.

The floundering captain of the ship of fools that is the Biden administration made his heavily-hyped appearance across the pond where he met with NATO leaders over the Ukraine-Russia crisis and spoke of coming food shortages as a result of the severe sanctions that have been leveled against Russian leader Vladimir Putin and his country, punitive measures that will have severe adverse effects to those outside of Russian borders as well as within.

During his remarks to reporters following the high-stakes NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium, Biden put the world on notice that they would have to sacrifice in terms of food security to do their part in the effort to defeat Putin.

“In regard to food shortages, yes we did talk about food shortages and it’s gonna be real,” Biden said. “The price of the sanctions is not just imposed upon Russia, it’s imposed upon an awful lot of countries as well, including European countries and our country as well,” a shout out to Americans who have already been brutalized by record gas prices and staggering inflation as a result of his disastrous policies.

But, like with the pain at the pump, just blame it on Putin and let the media do the heavy lifting.

Biden’s food supply doomsaying wasn’t digested well by Twitter users.

“We’re about to face massive energy and food shortages, and Biden’s solution is to ban drilling and put expensive and inefficient solar panels and windmills on what’s left of American farmland that hasn’t been bought up by China or BlackRock,” wrote Federalist co-founder Sean Davis.

“The Great Reset in full swing,” opined investigative reporter Drew Hernandez, “Biden straight up telling you food shortages are coming.”

Leftist independent media personality Ryan Knight, whose Twitter handle is @ProudSocialist, jabbed Biden from the left.

“At the NATO Summit in Brussels Joe Biden admits sanctions will cause food shortages in Russia, Europe, and the U.S. This is what makes Democrats so dangerous. They get the public to cheer for the very policies that end up hurting the poor and working class,” he wrote.

Additional reactions from those who found Biden’s remarks hard to swallow.

Biden’s words have come back to haunt him as in 2020, while still a candidate, he wrote of then-President Donald J. Trump, “We don’t have a food shortage problem – we have a leadership problem.”

Thanks to Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, Biden and his media allies have been able to pull off the minor miracle of at least temporarily slowing his plunging approval numbers but it doesn’t bode well for Democrats if #BARESHELVESBIDEN starts trending in an election year and beleaguered American voters don’t buy his blaming of the villainous Russian president for domestic problems of his own creation.


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