Why You Should Be Very Worried About The Supply Chain

It’s hanging by a thread and killing the economy

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Since the onset of COVID, consumers have been experiencing disruptions in the supply chain. The bad news is that it’s going to get worse.

The media and government don’t want the public to panic when they encounter empty store shelves, but it’s impossible to ignore…

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Complicated subjects made accessible. Politics, Basic Income, Philosophy. I follow back.

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