The all-time First World Problems tweet. https://t.co/tFosdwa06v
— Naomi Paiss (@NaomiPaiss) April 25, 2022
Historically, “first world problems” was a refrain about people complaining about frivolous things.
“The store has 50 shades of red lipstick but not the exact shade I like.”
“I have Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Direct TV but there is nothing good on to watch.”
It doesn’t, or at least it didn’t, cover “I can’t buy fruits, vegetables, and cheese at the grocery store for my children.”
Now, defenders of the Biden Administration want you to know that of you are unable to buy nutritious, healthy food, like fresh fruits and vegetables for your children, you are a whiny American who doesn’t understand how tough life really is.
That will not fly.
We are several generations removed from food shortages.
American agriculture and industry conquered this problem when we applied the war effort to American farms during WWII and we’ve never looked back.
America is the land of plenty, at least where food is concerned, where you can get just about anything you want whenever you want.
And in two years that has been ended.
Bare shelves and fresh food being considered luxurious are not things Americans are or want to become used to.
I can’t wait for this to become a mainstream Democrat message.
Venezuelans complained about the Maduro Diet.
This Administration will tell you that the Biden Diet is a good thing, and this President deserves praise for fighting the obesity epidemic.