As more and more store shelves across the country are coming up bare, the Biden Regime is focused on everyone’s vaccination status.
They say the so-called vaccine is about your health and safety. Still, people who can’t buy groceries to feed their families could be a much greater concern than ‘protecting’ people from a virus with such a high survival rate for the vast majority of the population.
They’re always talking about deaths and cases, but when was the last time you heard about the number of people who have recovered?
There have been 217,306,219 recoveries as of this writing per Statista.
Something else they rarely ever talk about is strengthening your immune system and natural immunity.
Could it be that there’s no profit for Big Pharma in those things?
Many people have reasonably concluded that Big Government is in Big Pharma’s pocket and protected by Big Media and Big Tech.
Anyways, in this clip, you can see Wally Adeyemo, the United States Deputy Secretary of the Treasury, try and blame the Biden Regime’s supply chain crisis on the unvaccinated.
Reporter: What is sitting in all these containers behind us?
Narrator: Longshoremen telling me some of these containers have been sitting here for six months with a shortage of truck drivers to get the goods on the highway and into stores. It’s not just making things harder to find. It’s making them more expensive.
Wally Adeyemo: Today, we face an economy that’s in transition, and as part of that transition, we are seeing high prices for some of the things that people have to buy. But the reality is that the only way we’re going to get to a place where we work through this transition is if everyone in America and everyone around the world gets vaccinated. That’s why the President continues to be focused on the idea that we get everyone who can vaccinated in this country.
News Anchor: But what are they saying there on how long this backlog could go on for and what are retailers doing to help get these supplies moving?
Reporter: Yeah, so there’s no quick fix, right? And optimists are saying six months it might take to work through a lot of these challenges, but one of those longshoremen who I talked to today said he thinks they are going to be working through this crisis well into holiday season of next year.
Citizen Journalist: See all these trucks? All those trucks, those trucks. So those trailers right there. Well, see those big green things behind all those trucks. I am in Tacoma, Washington. I have watched those cranes all day, and not a single one of them has moved. You’ve got one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine. Nine major cranes at this massive port, not a single one of them was moved today. All these trucks right here, right there. All these trucks out here. All of them are waiting for a load. They were sitting here doing nothing because the ports aren’t working. So don’t think that it’s because of a driver shortage. It’s not. These guys need work. The freight is sitting right there. Cranes aren’t operating. So that’s the truth.
I fail to see a connection between vaccination status and the movement of goods, at least not a natural connection.
One could easily deduce that it’s the governmental response to the Chinese virus that is causing many of the problems, not the actual virus or the people’s vaccination status.