Biden claims Americans aren’t clever enough to understand the supply chain crisis and concedes that his stimulus checks fueled spike in inflation

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President Joe Biden said on Wednesday that most Americans cannot understand the problems faced by the United States’ supply chains, adding that ‘not a lot of people’ have a clear grasp of the networks and their implications.

Speaking at the port of Baltimore, where he touted his $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill – which was passed by Congress on Friday, and which he plans to sign into law on Monday – Biden said that investing in resiliency was essential.

‘You hear a lot about the supply chains in the news, but frankly, not a lot of people have a clear understanding, whether they have a Ph.D. or they didn’t go to school, about how a supply chain works,’ the president said.

‘In simple terms, supply chain is just the journey that a product takes to get to your doorstep,’ he said.

The president in Baltimore also admitted that his decision to send out stimulus checks contributed to the current high inflation. 

‘The irony is people have more money now because of the first major piece of legislation I passed.

‘You all got checks for $1,400. You got checks for a whole range of things,’ Biden said, referencing his COVID relief checks sent out in April.

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Yet again it becomes clear how little the tyrannical Biden regime actually cares about the consequences of their radical policies on the lives of average Americans.