President Joe Biden is being slammed on social media for clips circulating on-line from the 2020 marketing campaign path in which he blamed food shortages on failed management from then-President Donald Trump.

“We don’t have a food shortage problem — we have a leadership problem,” then-candidate Biden mentioned in May of 2020 throughout a digital city corridor whereas blaming Trump for food shortages through the coronavirus lockdowns.

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“We have plenty of food,” Biden added. “It’s being plowed under. You’ve got– you’re euthanizing cattle and pigs. They’re out there making sure that they’re pouring thousands of gallons of milk into the ground. It’s not a food shortage. It’s a lack of leadership– a lack of leadership.”

Biden added that if he have been president on the time he would have “ordered the government to buy food from farmers and send it to food banks” and that Trump “failed to step up” by not doing that. 

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“I’d harness the restaurant industry to help get food to those who need it and help get millions of laid off workers back to work and the job…this is not rocket science. It’s leadership.”

Social media customers have criticized Biden over the resurfaced remarks as inflation surged its highest in 13 whereas food costs for primary commodities soared and naked cabinets have turn out to be an increasing number of prevalent.

“Who knew Joe Biden could predict in 2020 what would happen in 2021?” one Twitter consumer wrote whereas one other sarcastically posted, “This aged well.”

final week, citing Mark Zandi, the chief economist at Moody’s Analytics. 

Earlier this week, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki mentioned that the availability chain “challenges” have been “inevitable.”

Fox News’ Talia Kaplan and Thomas Barrabi contributed to this report