HOT TAKES: Don't Mess With Our Chick-fil-A, Joe Biden

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There are a lot of problems all coming together at the same time now, as we reported earlier.

In addition to Israel blowing up, the border crisis, high unemployment and bad job numbers, prices surging and gas shortages, we may have just hit true national emergency status with the latest issue.

This is really going to hit home for many.

From The Tennessean:

According to a statement provided to The Tennessean, Chick-fil-A said, “Due to industry-wide supply chain disruptions, some Chick-fil-A restaurants are experiencing a shortage of select items, like sauces. We are actively working to make adjustments to solve this issue quickly and apologize to our Guests for any inconvenience.”

According to an email sent to customers and obtained by WTRF, Chick-fil-A said it would be limiting the number of sauces it provides with each order.

You’ll only get one sauce per entree, so you’ll have to make do. For those of us used to using that much on just a few nuggets, it’s going to be rough times for sure.

This sauce shortage seemed to be ticking people off even more than the gas shortages in many locations.

But here’s the lifeline we truly need:

I must tell you a secret, though, if you aren’t already aware of this. I admit when we went to Target today, I fortified our family against the horrors of Joe Biden’s America. We have our guns, our religion, and now, we have our big bottle of Chick-fil-A sauce. Would that we could deal with all the problems he will bring so well.

The problem is the sauce shortage is showing another problem that isn’t yet getting a lot of attention in media, that the Chick-fil-A statement touches on “industry wide supply chain disruptions.” That isn’t just applying to the sauce, but all manner of products and food. Gas shortages had already been predicted for the summer before the cyber attack. Part of the problem is a nationwide truck driver shortage, with many older drivers packing it in during the pandemic. That’s a longer-term problem and difficult to quickly solve. You can’t just pull experienced drivers out of the air. There’s even a chicken shortage allegedly due to uncooperative male roosters.

Meanwhile, the media is trying to spin “GOP turmoil” about Rep. Liz Cheney and compare it to Biden’s “calm.”

When you’re calling a lid at 3:34 like Biden did yesterday amidst all the turmoil. We don’t call that “calm,” we call that comatose. And that’s not a good thing.