Kansas City Christmas Will Suck Thanks To Prez Biden's Busted Supply Chain

So it turns out the that free money won't help locals acquire so many needful things for the holidays as the global economy sputters without workers. 

To be fair . . .

This kinda seems like a highly questionable news trend and a way to inspire gullible consumers to starting buying early.

The truly skilled Kansas City horrible boyfriends & husbands can find suitable gifts for the whole family with one Christmas eve trip to CVS.

And so . . .

Junk delayed from the far East might not actually be the end of the world for those of us who know the true meaning of Christmas — Which might or might not be drinking whilst crying under the glow of holiday lights.

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Kansas City warehouses wait for goods, deliveries as supply-chain woes continue

Warehouses can be part of the supply-chain problem. Many, especially around southern California right now, don't have the space or the staff to move products to the rest of the country. In liberty, Missouri, warehouse employees are feeling the pain from recent supply-chain problems. Forklifts fill the floor of Scarbrough International's warehouse, the beeps echo through the building.

Supply-chain issues continue to plague local Kansas City area schools trying to feed students

Supply chain issues are making it hard for some local Kansas City area school districts to feed their students.They've been dealing with missed food shipments and vendors backing out of contracts. Those in charge of nutrition are now jumping through hoops to make sure children don't go hungry.In the Hickman Mills School District, schools supply all three meals to students in need.

U.S. supply chain too snarled for Biden Christmas fix, experts say

WASHINGTON, Oct 14 (Reuters) - President Joe Biden is pushing to ease supply shortages and tame rising prices in time for Christmas, but unsnarling U.S. supply lines could take far longer, experts told Reuters. Biden brought together powerbrokers from ports, unions and big business on Wednesday to address shipping, labor and warehousing pain in the U.S.

Amateur hour: Pete Buttigieg's inexperience exposed as supply chain breaks down

Three years ago, the only people who'd ever heard of were likely to be residents of South Bend, Ind., the town of 103,000 people where he served as mayor. South Bend is home to Notre Dame University. It has a bus station with a fleet of 60 buses, a small train station and a small regional airport.

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