Empty Shelves and Supply Chain Crisis ‘Might Not be a Bad Thing’ so says Bloomberg

 

Bloomberg decided to run an opinion piece  telling us that we are greedy Americans thinking that Biden’s supply chain crisis isn’t good for us. Of course the purpose is support Biden and his thieves turning our country into Venezuela.

“Suddenly, Americans can’t spend like they used to. Store shelves are emptying, and it can take months to find a car, refrigerator or sofa.” Bloomberg said.

Welcome to Biden’s Build Back Better.

 

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“If this continues, we may need to — gasp! — live more like the Europeans. That actually might not be a bad thing.”

“It’s become the conventional wisdom that the U.S. economy is built on Americans’ endless appetite to buy lots and lots of stuff. Household consumption makes up about 67% of GDP. When the economy falters, we’re told spending is our patriotic duty. But suddenly, Americans can’t spend like they used to. Store shelves are emptying, and it can take months to find a car, refrigerator or sofa. If this continues, we may need to learn to do without — and, horrors, live more like the Europeans. That actually might not be a bad thing, because the U.S. economy could be healthier if it were less reliant on consumption.” Bloomberg opinion writer Allison Schrager wrote.

The Biden White House has also resorted to blaming Americans for the supply chain crisis.

Psaki said Americans purchasing too many goods online is the “root cause” of the supply chain crisis thanks to a labor shortage created by Joe Biden.

The message from the Biden-Regime-media-complex is clear: Lower your expectations and settle for mediocrity.

Do you know of anyone who buys toilet paper online? Just asking.

Bonus:

Turns out that the gas shortage is good for us as well. Inflation is good. See, all good.

The very best of the swamp.

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