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#BareShelvesBiden Trends on Twitter: Getting Tougher for Dems to Downplay the Impact of the Supply Crisis

posted by Hannity Staff - 1.10.22

It can’t be that bad, can it? Yes. Yes it can.

The hashtag #BareShelvesBiden reached number 6 on Twitter this weekend as more folks arrived at their local grocery store to find aisles and aisles of empty shelves. Some took to Twitter to share the shocking images.

Newsbusters managing editor Curtis Houck turned attention to “#BareShelvesBiden in dark blue Oakton, Virginia.”

CNBC senior White House correspondent Kayla Tausche likened a Trader Joe’s to the end of the world.

Atlanta Mayor and Democrat Keisha Lance Bottoms shared her ongoing struggle with her Instacart shopper.

RedState managing editor Jennifer Van Laar shared a cream cheese emergency.

And the NRCC offered up this gem, thanking Biden for, well, nothing.

Some analysts are predicting this could go on for months if not years.

“With winter, year-end holidays in North America and Europe, Chinese new year in Asia, the already stretched supply chain will get even further stretched as workers, truckers and terminals are off for holidays,” a spokesperson for shipping and logistics company Maersk said.

“Normally we can absorb these seasonal impacts fairly quickly, but when already stretched, it just becomes a multiplier,.”

“We do not see major improvements as long as we have line of sight, which is into 2022 … Very likely that it continues thereafter and for North America even longer.”

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