President Biden Didn’t Save Christmas. We Did.

Dear Capitolisters,

You may have missed it over the holiday, but shortly before Christmas the White House declared total victory in its monthslong battle with global supply chains. After warning earlier in the fall that Christmas could very well be ruined, White House press secretary Jen Psaki called a press gaggle shortly before the big day and told the crowd, “Good news, we’ve saved Christmas.” She then added that the season’s lack of empty store shelves (rapid tests notwithstanding!) happened “because President Biden recognized this challenge early, acted as an honest broker to bring key stakeholders together, and focused on addressing practical problems across the global supply chain.” She even took to Twitter to rub it in (as one does):


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