Can members of the Biden administration check their stationary occasionally? It might give them a clue which country they work for. Work for, not rule.
But, as usual, they prioritize any and every country over their own.
Deputy U.S. Secretary of State Wendy Sherman warned that Russia’s war in Ukraine has exacerbated a global food crisis already worsened by Covid-19…
Sherman said that Russian warships are blocking access to Ukraine’s ports, essentially cutting off exports of grain. “They’re reportedly preventing approximately 94 ships carrying food for the world market from reaching the Mediterranean,” Sherman said, adding that food prices around the world are skyrocketing.
Food prices are up 8% in America. Shouldn’t that be Wendy’s priority?
“We are particularly concerned about countries like Lebanon, Pakistan, Libya, Tunisia, Yemen and Morocco which rely heavily on Ukrainian imports to feed their populations,” she said.
It would be awful if Osama bin Laden’s protectors and the Taliban’s allies in Pakistan had to worry about bread prices.
Meanwhile, bread prices in America continue to rise. Just using my own anecdotal calculation based on supermarket shopping, locally they’re up 20%.
But the Biden administration is putting Pakistan, Lebanon (Hezbollah), Libya (the Muslim Brotherhood) and Yemen (Iran’s Houthi puppets) first. Funny how all of those countries have one obvious thing in common. And how America doesn’t matter.