Pete Buttigieg is by no means qualified to handle the supply chain crisis.
The only reason he’s Secretary of Transportation is because he backed Joe Biden.
Pete knows too.https: //t.co/uQro8z9SyZ
– Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) October 13, 2021
Buttigieg, a former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and who received help from Domino’s Pizza fixing potholes in his town, was targeted for not being able to handle the supply chain crisis that left dozens of cargo ships unable to leave their cargo in ports on the east and west coast.
“These challenges are sure to continue in the months and years to come,” Buttigieg told Bloomberg last week. “This is one more reason why we need to deliver this infrastructure package, so that we have a more resilient and flexible physical infrastructure to support our supply chain in this country.”
But Buttigieg, using the supply chain crisis to push through over $ 5 trillion in spending, has some worried that inflation will get worse. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV), a senator who supports the massive tax and expense package, wrote in Wall Street newspaper in September that an “infinite supply of money” would have “negative consequences” on the economy.
“Now Democratic leaders in Congress are proposing to pass the largest spending bill in history regardless of rising inflation, crippling debt or the inevitability of future crises,” Manchin continued. “Ignoring the fiscal consequences of our political choices will create a disastrous future for the next generation of Americans.”
As opposition to the massive spending law has created democratic infighting, which could ultimately block Biden’s “infrastructure” agenda, Buttigieg was questioned on MSNBC about what he is doing immediately to resolve the supply chain crisis.
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