Despite the multiple catastrophes stemming from the decisions of President Biden, he’s continuously shown this is not where his priorities lie. Instead, Biden’s focused on getting Congress to pass horrific spending legislation; the president is furthermore hell-bent on getting the IRS to prod around in Americans’ bank accounts.
Meanwhile, the supply chain crisis is still a threat. It’s still wreaking havoc on grocery stores, America’s housing industry, first responders, and others. However, Biden’s priorities aren’t centered around this matter whatsoever.
Unlike the current president, House Republicans are facing the reality of what’s really happening as America’s supply chain suffers. This is why House GOP members recently wrote to Biden, urging him to prioritize the supply chain crisis and other matters.
The letter to President Biden
In the letter to the president, House GOP members laid out the issues facing the nation. Republicans mentioned while Biden fixates on getting spending bills through Congress, real crises are afoot.
These crises entail not just the supply chain issues; they also include high taxes, inflation, the president’s monetary incentives for Americans to not work, and his COVID vaccine mandates that are fueling mass shortages nationwide. Republicans urged Biden to cease the harm he’s inflicting upon the economy and the nation.
House GOP members also noted the irony of Biden destroying the private sector while also urging the private sector to help with the supply chain crisis. Later, House Republicans noted it is imperative for Biden to handle the supply chain problems before fixating on more spending bills.
Speaking truth to power
House Republicans remain correct in the points they espoused in their letter to the president. The reality is America cannot continue on this course; something must change.
President Biden, thus far, has not given a public response to the letter from GOP lawmakers. He is still eager to give the IRS a microscope into millions and millions of Americans’ bank accounts.
Pete Buttigieg, Biden’s Transportation Secretary, however, maintains that supply chain woes will proceed into 2022. Buttigieg has furthermore dismissed the supply chain crisis as merely an offshoot of high consumer demand for various products.