Why the Shipping Crisis Is Worse Than You Think

Remember when America has a toilet paper shortage? That could be just the beginning, as the Biden administration’s shipping crisis is growing worse than most people think.

There’s a reason behind why the shelves of your grocery store seem to be emptier than usual and the shopping malls appear to lack the usual holiday gifts. It’s all thanks to a some boats floating in the ocean filled with containers — lots of containers.

We’re talking up to a million containers of items worldwide not making it into ports in a timely manner. The combination of regulations, worker shortages and COVID-19 issues is leading to shortages we would have never dreamed of just two years ago when the stock market was hitting records highs on a regular basis.

But thanks to our divider-in-chief Biden, we have yet another problem with no solution. Instead, companies like Wal-mart and Costco have to secure their own ships, containers and trucks to stay profitable.

Even Florida has had to step up to open ports to take in the business the usual ports can no longer support. We may have to soon call in the National Guard just to unload ships and driving tractor trailers because Biden can’t fix simple logistical problems.

You have to watch it for the full details in the shocking new video from The Daily Wire.


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