Play this on loop until elections next year

Oct 20th

When asked about the massive supply chain crisis that is crippling our nation's industries and leaving Americans worried about what items will disappear off shelves next, this is what White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki had to say:

"The tragedy of the treadmill that's delayed..."

Really, Jen?

It's nice to see that the White House and the media are both pushing the narrative that we should "lower our expectations" because this economic crisis is only a matter of #FirstWorldProblems.

For rich elites like Jen – who have the institutional privilege they keep accusing others of – it is just a matter of inconvenience. If food prices keep skyrocketing (which they will) and essential items disappear off shelves completely (which they are), it's not going to affect Jen.

She and the other elites will continue to be serviced in D.C., wining and dining while the rest of America suffers from the cascade of inflation caused by Joe Biden and the Dems:

I'd like her to crack that joke to a room full of business owners who are facing bankruptcy because of supply chain delays or employees fired because they didn't want an experimental vaccine for a virus that's very unlikely to kill them.

So to any of you media people out there: Here's your free advertising.

Play it on loop all the way through to November 2022 as the economy continues its death spiral!


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