Biden’s Team Is on the Verge of Their Next Big Derailing Disaster
Are we on the verge of seeing Biden’s next massive failure? The first two years seem to have encompassed a cycle of incompetence and economic disaster for the White House administration. And don’t look now, but there is another economic tidal wave coming that could hit this week.
Biden is facing a critical railroad strike that could cost the nation’s economy billions of dollars a day. It would also certainly disrupt all commercial and passenger traffic.
Experts agree that the White House must be consumed right now with trying to find a way out of this potential disaster.
The Washington Post reported that two of the most powerful unions involved are not responding to a new agreement that includes sick leave and missed work penalties.
Fear is rising in the Biden camp that a strike would erase any small gains the administration has made in recent weeks. And the November midterms just keep getting closer and closer.
This does not bode well for the Democrats especially since their spending bill which they said was non-inflationary will almost certainly increase the level of inflation.
The Washington Press even warned that since the strike is set to go into effect on Friday, you might want to run to the grocery store and stock up on some items and while you are out you should fill up your gas tank.
The Post also wrote that the president was making phone calls to union leaders and they were starting to prepare for a potential shutdown of much of the country’s transportation infrastructure.
The freight industry warned that a strike would shut down 30 percent of the country’s freight and “halt most passenger and commuter rail services.” It would also “devastate” Amtrak operations according to the Association of American Railroads. Hundreds of thousands of daily commuter trips would be disrupted.
If you are not already feeling tension over this possible scenario, let me remind you who is in charge of transportation in the White House administration…former Mayor Pete Buttigieg.