Buttigieg’s Port Visit Blew Up In His Face When People Saw What Lurked Over His Shoulder!

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was on paternity leave. However, he is back! He visited the ports of L.A. and Long Beach, the two biggest supply-chain bottlenecks in the U.S. Harris took too much time to visit the border one she was put in charge of taking care of the root causes of the border situation.

There are plenty in the admin who would like to pretend that the crisis doesn’t exist.

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The Hill reported that Buttigieg was introduced by L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti as the man who saved Christmas.

“One of the reasons why Christmas was not in fact canceled is that ports like L.A. and Long Beach moved record levels [of] goods, allowing an all-time record high in terms of retail sales his holiday season,” he said.

“When there is an issue affecting ports here, you will feel it as far away as my Indiana hometown,” said Buttigieg.

“Not only is this about the presents under the tree, but this is also about essential goods like medical goods that are needed in this moment of continued public health challenge,” he added.

“As long as the pandemic persists, as long as we are making up for decades of past disinvestment, we are going to see impacts on shipping times and shipping cost,” Buttigieg said.

The problem didn’t change. This Monday, a National review reported, “105 ships were waiting for berths at Los Angeles and Long Beach” — the highest number ever.

“Back in November, the port authorities in southern California adopted a new queuing system for ships that allows them to wait anywhere in the world without losing their spots in line,” Pino wrote. “They did this because the exhaust from all the ships idling near the ports was harming the air quality. For a few weeks, this change made it appear as though the number of ships waiting had declined because they were no longer clogging up the harbor. But the Marine Exchange of Southern California adjusted its counting method soon after.’’

“Only 16 of the 105 ships waiting are within 40 miles of the ports, FreightWaves says. The other 89 are scattered all over the world, with many congregating off the Baja peninsula.”

Buttigieg saved Christmas.

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