The country has been in a deep crisis with supply chain recently and Biden has been doing what he has been poking Trump last year.
Bill Simon, the former Walmart CEO slammed President Joe Biden’s response to the crisis on the supply chain.
Social media users heavily criticized Joe Biden and start calling him, “Bare Shelves Biden” with empty store shelves images – after dozens of cargo ships remain stranded outside of California ports.
Meanwhile, Biden’s endless talks are not working well – he said White House partnerships with private companies could address shipping and processing bottlenecks.
This proves how WEAK Biden is – his words are empty and do not motivates people.
Bill Simon then slammed Biden’s mess and agreed that the situation is a “mess from start to finish.”
Simon said in a statement, “I’ve never seen it like this, and I don’t think anybody living in this country has and this is a mess from start to finish…I mean, this is unprecedented.”
President of National Retail Federation, Matthew Shay have released a statement:
Our nation’s supply chains are stressed because of the COVID-19 global pandemic, and they continue to struggle through our economic recovery. We would like an opportunity to discuss the impact these issues are having on the nation’s retailers, our workers, and our customers, as well as potential solutions to address current and future disruptions.
Shay pressed the commander-in-chief to show “strong leadership” in resolving supply chain issues:
We continue to work with key executives at the ports and with our transportation providers. We need strong leadership from the administration to galvanize attention to the current situation as well as work to resolve long-standing issues that limit safe and efficient port operations. As the administration undergoes supply chain reviews for critical sectors, including transportation, addressing the current state of our nation’s ports and freight movement needs to be a critical component of the strategy. As trade continues to grow, we need to make sure we have truly 21st-century ports and freight movement. This certainly is central to the administration’s Build Back Better approach.
Can we see more from this administration? 9 months had been through and we can’t afford to suffer more.