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Buttigieg Blames Businesses for Bridge Bungle, Vows Swift Action

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg of the Biden administration is wasting no time pointing fingers after the tragic collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore. Buttigieg, who fills his days with smart suits and slick hair, made it clear that if the investigation reveals any private party had a hand in this calamity, they will be held accountable — no ifs, ands, or buts about it. With the bridge falling victim to the impact of a massive container ship, Secretary Buttigieg had the audacity to suggest that the government won’t just sit around twiddling its thumbs waiting for answers. Oh, the nerve!

That’s not all, folks! In an interview on a friendly platform, Fox News’s America’s Newsroom, Buttigieg added that President Biden is lighting a fire under the reconstruction efforts. He even hinted at the possibility of clearing red tape to speed up the process, and we all know how well that goes. But wait, there’s more! He also seems mighty concerned about the funds for rebuilding. You can practically hear the cash registers chinging as he talks about not allowing money to be a roadblock. A bridge collapsing is one thing, but a potential budgetary hiccup? Oh, the horror!

As if that weren’t enough, Buttigieg is throwing around warnings like confetti at a parade, cautioning about those pesky supply chain hiccups that could arise from the bridge’s untimely demise. Baltimore is a hot spot for handling vehicles and farming equipment, and with those shipments possibly delayed, it’s enough to make any red-blooded American’s heart skip a beat. He even went so far as to predict that reopening the shipping port won’t be a walk in the park, and we’ll have to face the consequences. Oh, Secretary Buttigieg, you’re such a ray of sunshine.

But wait, there’s more! Other officials and big shots are chiming in, too. Vespucci Maritime CEO Lars Jensen even went as far as to label the collapse a “major disaster” for importers and exporters along the East Coast. And brace yourselves, everyone — we’re not just talking about vehicles and farming equipment here. We’re talking about precious cargo like coffee, coal, and sugar. The horror, the horror!

Yet, just as the dust begins to settle, the Virginia Port Authority swoops in like a superhero, offering its port in Norfolk as a beacon of hope for stranded ships. They’re practically waving a cape, touting their experience in handling import and export surges. Oh, how noble and heroic of them. Hats off to the saviors of the high seas!

The collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge is sending shockwaves across the nation, but fear not! The government, along with Secretary Buttigieg and his band of budget-savvy bureaucrats, is on the case like a dog on a bone. And don’t forget the valiant Virginia Port Authority, ready to rescue stranded ships one cargo crate at a time. Oh, what a time to be alive!

Written by Staff Reports

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