Jen Psaki Celebrates Stocked Shelves Before Christmas With Article That Says Shortages Are Still There

( There has never been an administration as bad at messaging as the Biden administration.

On Wednesday, during the staged supply chain meeting on Biden’s pretend White House set, the President claimed that the “much-predicted” supply chain crisis didn’t happen. He boasted that store shelves are full and Christmas gifts are plentiful and getting delivered to customers.

So if you’re following along at home, President Biden said this crisis people predicted never materialized.

Container ships aren’t parked in the ocean waiting to unload. Store shelves aren’t empty. And there is no supply chain crisis.

But on the same day President Biden was assuring Americans that there was no crisis, press secretary Jen Psaki was doing a victory lap over the White House fixing this crisis that never happened.

Oh, okay. So there isn’t a problem and thanks to President Biden, the problem we said didn’t exist has been fixed!

Funny how that works.

New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz observed on Twitter that just a few weeks ago, when Jen Psaki was asked if Christmas gifts would arrive on time, she snottily responded, “We’re not the Postal Service.”

Earlier in the day, Psaki took to Twitter to share the New York Times report she mentioned in that clip and scoffed at the “doubters” who said the Biden administration couldn’t fix the problem the Biden administration said didn’t materialize. “Take that Scrooge, the Grinch and all of the doubters,” she smugly tweeted.

The White House is doing the same thing about gas prices.

For weeks, the administration and their handmaids in the press argued that the President can’t do anything about the high price of gas. Nope. Can’t do a thing. The president doesn’t control gas prices.

Now that the average price for a gallon of gas has dropped ten cents, the same White House is slapping itself on the back and bragging about how President Biden lowered gas prices.

The RNC responded to these claims that the Biden administration solved the supply chain crisis that didn’t materialize by posting to Twitter news reports of stores struggling to get supplies.