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Joe Biden Brags That America Didn't Run Out of Food in Thanksgiving Message

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In a message released the day before Thanksgiving, Joe Biden appeared to take a victory lap after the United States of America did not run out of food for the traditional American holiday.

In a tweet described by tone deaf as some, Joe Biden took an apparent victory lap yesterday after it became apparent that the United States of America would not run out of things to eat over Thanksgiving, a family-focused event that requires turkey, sweets, and other fall favorites that have either increased dramatically in price due to Biden’s inflation crisis or become unavailable altogether due to Biden’s supply chain crisis.

“For all those concerns a few weeks ago that there would not be ample food available for Thanksgiving, families can rest easy today,” read a message published to the the 78-year-old’s official social media accounts. “Grocery stores are well-stocked with turkey and everything else you need.”

Many mocked the elderly president for boasting that the United States – long considered the most prosperous nation in world history – did not run out of food, something long considered impossible to most Americans.

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This is not first time the Biden White House has made braggadocios claims about the availability of food during its first year in power.

In fact, the Biden regime infamously suggested that Americans could save $0.16 on their July 4 “cookout” if they ditched the standard American fare of barbecued meats, burgers, and hot dogs, and instead opted for a scrumptious meal that included a bowl of ground beef, sliced American cheese, pork products, and a can of beans.

The Biden regime has not, as far as National File could ascertain, made any similar claims about food availability or $0.16 savings for the upcoming Christmas holiday.

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