Joe Biden channels inner Cornholio as Americans seek TP for their bunghole

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America once again has a toilet paper shortage. Shelves in many major stores have been bare as President Joe Biden’s supply chain crisis continues.

Last week, in a CNN town hall interview with Anderson Cooper, Biden admitted he has no short-term solutions. Now, as Americans worry about whether or not they will be able to have basic necessities in life due to the supply chain crisis, Biden is being mocked for his impression of “Cornholio” a fictional alter-ego of Beavis in the 1990’s hit cult classic cartoon series, Beavis and Butthead.

In that alter-ego, Beavis would pull his shirt over his head and repeatedly say, “I need TP for my bunghole”.

According to USA Today, Biden’s supply chain crisis will lead to shortages in toilet paper, chicken, carbonated drinks, coffee, diapers and other basic grocery store items might be hard to come by in the coming months.

“This is something that isn’t new to the pandemic shortage list, but the industry has yet to keep up with the demand. The shortage stems from lumber’s raw material, wood pulp, which is used to make toilet paper,” USA Today said about the new growing toilet paper shortage. “Fox Business reports only 60% of orders are being shipped out. Some retailers, such as Costco, have reinstated purchasing limits.”

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Fox Business News reported that another major toilet paper shortage is imminent.

“In response to shortages, Costco indicated that it would reinstate purchase limits at some of its store locations as customers reportedly stockpile goods once again – mimicking the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic last year,” FBN reported.

Bloomberg predicted toilet paper will be the next likely victim in the Biden supply chain crisis.

Meanwhile, Forbes blamed the new toilet paper shortage on panic buying.


“To say that the pandemic made 2020 a very challenging year would be a gross understatement. Because of service disruptions – not being able to buy toilet paper, for example,” Forbes reported. “The supply chain has been more discussed than ever before. It was also a very, very tough year for supply chain professionals working in the grocery supply chain.”