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Illegal aliens from around the world are pouring into our country's southern border. And yet, ironically, there's a shortage of workers. Church Militant's Kristine Christlieb connects the dots.
The Federal Reserve's "Beige Book," which reports periodically on current economic conditions, is warning, "Demand for workers is high," but, somehow, there is a "low supply." The report explains that, across the country, "vaccine mandates were widely cited as contributing to the problem."
It comes as no surprise that the economy's transportation sector is reporting particularly low labor supply. America's Soviet-style empty shelves and delivery delays do not bode well for average Americans.
The vaccine mandate also is creating labor shortages in urban police forces.
John Catanzara, Chicago Fraternal Order of Police president: "There's low cooperation, and this isn't just the police department. You include firemen, first responders ... we've gotten calls from labor unions, streets and sand ... you name it. Everyone is up in arms about this mandate."
The vaccine mandate and its consequences are wreaking havoc in all sectors of the U.S. economy — spiking inflation, disrupting global supply chains and making America's cities less safe.
The Labor Department is reporting that 4.3 million workers, that's 3% of the workforce, have quit their jobs since August.