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Video: Frustrated Crane Operator Debunks Biden's Lie That Backed Up LA Ports Are Working 24/7

Added 10-25-21 12:45:03pm EST - “'This is not an L.A., Long Beach problem. This is greater than that. Other parts in the supply chain need to be in tune with working 24/7.'” - Westernjournal.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Westernjournal.com: “LA Crane Operator: Biden Lies, Ports Can't Work Nonstop Until Trucks, Warehouses, Run 24/7 As Well”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

There’s a supply-chain crisis, and President Joe Biden says he has answers for it. It’s just that they don’t work.

Take the much-ballyhooed announcement that major West Coast ports in Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, would start operating 24/7, something Biden touted in a speech Oct. 13 as a potential “game-changer.”

“After weeks of negotiations and working with my team and with the major union retailers and freight movers, the Port of Los Angeles announced today that it’s going to begin operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” Biden said at the White House, according to a transcript from Rev.com.

“By staying open seven days a week through the night and on the weekends, the Port of Los Angeles will open over 60 extra hours a week, will be open. In total, that will almost double the number of hours that the port is open for business from earlier this year,” he continued. “That means an increase in the hours for workers to be moving cargo off ships onto trucks and rail cars to get to their destination.”

The message was clear: Biden and the Democrats weren’t going to be the grinches that stole Christmas deliveries. They were doing all they could — and they’d brokered an agreement that would alleviate record bottlenecks at two of the country’s biggest ports.

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