The private sector failed at running its supply chain. Joe Biden came to the rescue and saved Christmas. Yes, republicanesque bragging.
Did Joe Biden save Christmas?
Remember how the supply chain became President Joe Biden’s problem? I wrote early on that both inflation and the supply chain problem were a failure of the private sector, specifically, corporate inefficiency, greed, and incompetence.
The private sector always wins in our corrupt system. They profit from their pricing power or their monopolies. And if they fail, the government, we-the-people bail them out. Yet, there is always hesitation in giving a pittance to we-the-people when in need.
If we are to succeed in getting middle-class-centric policies, we must enlighten our peers, friends, and families to the truth. Doing so increases the probability of inoculation from the propaganda that continues to have us voting against our interests.
Fox News and other media attempted to make the supply chain failure somehow related to the president. Of course, the supply chain under unfettered capitalism is controlled by corporatists. But as usual, when they fail, which they do often (e.g, 2008 Depression), they beg the government they never want to fund to bail them out.
Too often, as the president complained, the media is ready to cover the negative information. But when success is evident they either gloss over it or keep the false narrative.
Well now that we know that everyone is getting their Christmas gifts and given that the shelves are in stock, it is time for the narrative to get updated. Stephanie Ruhle and Joe Scarborough did a good job in setting the record straight.
Joe Biden saved Christmas.
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