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What Biden’s Policies Are Forcing The Homeless To Do Is Maddening! 

Biden’s policies are now forcing the homeless to do something that is beyond maddening. Even the homeless are worse off under this man!

The supply chain continues to worsen, and now we arrive at the crux of the matter: apparently, there are homeless Californians who are now reportedly breaking into shipping containers! Why, you ask?

Well, one of the main reasons for this would have to be due to the fact that for several years now, homeless encampments have sprung up among the railyards. You see, homeless people might be mentally ill, but they too want a safe place to stay, and a railyard will often fit the bill. However, due to Biden’s mishandling of the supply chain, the railroads are now reporting a tremendous amount of thefts simply due to the fact that the trains are trying to deal with the backlog in their shipping containers.

NBCLA is reporting the following:

Union Pacific railroad said there was a rash of cargo container break-ins as the containers were being hauled by train near downtown Los Angeles, as officials are trying to clear the backlog of cargo at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.

Thousands of boxes as far as the eye could see were strewn along the railroad tracks near Valley Boulevard and North Mission Road in Lincoln Park in footage captured by NewsChopper4 Monday.

Several container doors were wide open — including a FedEx container with boxes tipping over.

The outlet filmed two people who were carrying bolt cutters, jumping on top of moving trains no less, all in an effort to break into their mounted containers!

This is a microcosm of where we are in this country. Today, one can easily see that there are at least eighty ships that remain stranded off the coast of California, and this is a symptom of the continued bottlenecks and labor shortages that are at the heart of the supply chain crisis. Just last month, CBS Los Angeles observed that trucking companies are now resorting to dumping these empty containers in residential areas.

This comes on the heels of the ports of both Long Beach and Los Angeles both running 24/7 operations.

“Right now with the ports and everything that’s going on over there, we’re stuck with the containers, having to bring them all to the yard, and we only have so much space,” one trucking executive explained.

Even as these supply chain backlogs seem to persist unabated, at least Governor Ron DeSantis (R-Florida) seems to be the voice of reason in this mess. He recently started offering incentive packages to shipping companies that are unloading cargo in Florida.

“Year after year we continue to invest in our seaports, in infrastructure, and in workforce education to make sure our supply chain is resilient,” DeSantis said at a press conference. “I’m especially proud of Florida’s seaports. They are crown jewels in our state. While other U.S. ports are just now announcing around-the-clock operations, in Florida many of our ports are used to serving Florida farmers, families, and businesses with 24-hour operations.”

“As the rest of the nation faces rampant inflation and businesses stare down unprecedented supply chain problems, our message is this: Florida is here, we have the capacity, we have incentive packages to help businesses who want to move here and we are going to make sure Americans get their Christmas gifts this season,” he continued.

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