“Fox & Friends Weekend” co-host Will Cain argued on “The Faulkner Focus” Thursday that the Biden administration will pay the price “politically” for the provide chain crisis and spiking shopper costs. Cain reacted to the ongoinglabor shortage in the U.S. resulting in huge cargo delays and shortages inside the provide chain.

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WILL CAIN: We will not be silly, no matter what they attempt to persuade us. The parallels are uncanny, to listen to Greg Gutfeld evaluate it to Jimmy Carter. 

Think about this, in the Nineteen Seventies, the late 1970’s, you had the Iranian hostage crisis. Here we’ve the nationwide disgrace and dishonor of our withdrawal from Afghanistan. But nonetheless, Americans may say, nicely, that’s half a world away. We have a nationwide safety crisis on our border, however, Americans may nonetheless say, nicely, that’s down in Texas. 

Here we’ve, just like Jimmy Carter, now the downside, now the crisis reaches into our pocketbooks. It impacts the price of bacon and milk and gasoline and our every day lives and financial safety. Just like the gasoline strains of the Nineteen Seventies. This time Americans can’t say that’s too far-off. My suspicion is this is one, this is the difficulty, this is the crisis that pays the biggest price for the Biden administration politically.

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