Folks on Sunday are once again sharing photos of the empty shelves around their towns and across the country. It’s something of a tradition each week now, since Biden has continued to say there’s problem despite our own eyes seeing it every week.
Like all the other actual problems that face Americans every day, Biden has chosen to ignore this in favor of progressive politics, pursuing legislation allowing Democrats to tamper with elections and getting rid of the filibuster, not to mention continuing hints at packing the court, passing massive spending bills, and naming anything and everything “infrastructure” to get away with it.
Oh and labeling anything they don’t like an “insurrection.”
But the shelves ARE continuing to be quick to empty and slow to refill everywhere.
Eastland, TX. Walmart. pic.twitter.com/rPZvcFIpVl
— Jeff Duncan (@KATXJeff) January 9, 2022
Grocery store in DC. pic.twitter.com/qR9pc1K9OA
— Mark Bednar (@MarkBednar) January 9, 2022
Apocalypse now pic.twitter.com/j48ALuYtoQ
— Kayla Tausche (@kaylatausche) January 9, 2022
Destin ,FL pic.twitter.com/71ZdIG2789
— Jack (@jack_mcguckin) January 9, 2022
Trader Joe’s – Falls Church VA pic.twitter.com/4GZMKJi8KG
— Dave “Rona Szn” C (@Handsdowncomedy) January 9, 2022
— Mindy Artze (@MindyArtze) January 9, 2022
Pittsburgh, two different stores. I'm 38 and have never seen this, except for immediately after Xmas when they clearance everything. These were from early Dec. pic.twitter.com/NCpktIyxcc
— Unmask our kids 🍊 (@MazzoRay3) January 9, 2022
Similarly, our local Super @GiantFood in Maryland is full of empty shelves today
Supply chain crisis continuing into 2022
— Matthew Foldi (@MatthewFoldi) January 9, 2022
— Jack Posobiec 🍊 (@JackPosobiec) January 9, 2022
Outside Annapolis, Maryland today pic.twitter.com/hJrQylV2ns
— BB_RN✝️ (@bbisback_4) January 9, 2022
Yeah there are a LOT more.
But remember, the media is supporting Biden’s claim there’s no such thing. That’s because we live in a propaganda state. As you know.