Maybe if Joe would have read this informative piece of Turd Journalism from the Minneapolis StrarTribune the supply chain problem would be solved. My plan to ease the supply chain woes is to divert U.S. bound container ships to Mexican and Central American ports to off load. The first few containers to be unloaded at these ports would contain Radio flyer wagons. The wagons would be filled with merchandise and given to the illegal immigrants bound for our southern border. Once at the border these illegals would be given maps to various Target, Walmart, Best Buy stores etc. across the fruited plains. Most stores should be resupplied before Christmas. This plan solves the congested port problem and the driver and warehouse worker shortage.He has, after all, according to Jen Psaki, been working on the supply chain issues since his first day in office. The problem is, clearly, he's been working hard to make it a crisis instead of solving the problems. So... good job, Joe.
The first paragraph introduces us to the owner of a small family owned toy store. Poor Dan hopes he has enough board games and toy trucks to last into the holiday season.
The second paragraph explains why Dan, other small retailers as well as large retailers face the risk of running out of popular gifts. Supply chain disruptions that include congested ports, a shortage of truck drivers and warehouse workers. The third paragraph lays waste to all that preceded it.