According to Dr. Robert Malone, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has implemented a new rule that will bring thousands of meat processing facilities under its jurisdiction.

The agency’s overreach is through the ‘Clean Water Act.’

The EPA claims the proposed rule will improve water quality, protect human health, and protect the environment.

However, critics say the regulation will put small processing facilities out of business.

Per the Federal Register:

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA or the Agency) is proposing a regulation to revise the technology-based effluent limitations guidelines and standards (ELGs) for the meat and poultry products (MPP) point source category. The proposed rule would improve water quality and protect human health and the environment by reducing the discharge of nutrients and other pollutants to the nation’s surface waters. EPA is proposing several regulatory options, including the preferred option discussed in this notice. The preferred option is estimated to cost $232 million annually and reduce pollutant discharges by approximately 100 million pounds per year.

Malone states the proposed regulation will bring 3,879 meat and poultry products (MPP) processing facilities under the agency’s jurisdiction.

“This was swiftly followed by an abbreviated comment period which closed on March 25, 2024, and then immediate implementation of the rule change. All justified by wastewater levels of Nitrogen and Phosphorus coming from animal meat processing, mirroring the WEF agenda to minimize Nitrogen runoff from European farms which has sparked the widespread farmer protests throughout the European Union,” Malone writes.


“Small facilities will either shut down, resulting in fewer local meat sources for consumers. Or they’ll sell out larger corporations, contributing to even greater consolidation in the meat industry,” The Defender reports.

Tracey Barton, Kansas Natural Resource Coalition’s executive director, spoke to the outlet about the impact of the EPA’s rule.

“The proposed EPA rule will require costly upgrades for meat processing facilities. The anticipated cost is $300,000-$400,000 for the initial upgrade with annual maintenance fees of $100,000. In Kansas, many small meat processors are unable to sustain these costs and will be forced to close their doors. For the facilities that are able to sustain the increase in capital, the costs will be passed onto farmers/ranchers as well as consumers, driving meat prices, which are at an all-time high, even higher,” Barton explained.

Per The Defender:

Margaret Byfield, executive director of American Stewards of Liberty, said, “What is very concerning to us is that in the rule, they have several alternatives … The most extreme of these would apply to, by their own numbers, around 3,700 meat processors. So, that’s going to capture your small local meat processor.”

According to American Stewards of Liberty, the EPA’s current rule, enacted in 1974 and last amended in 2004, applies only to “approximately 150 of the 5,055” small processors in the U.S.

Byfield said the rule would put small processors out of business and add to further concentration in the meat industry:

“The cost of the regulation is what is going to run these small meat processors out of business. It is taking away Americans’ ability to choose if they want to buy their food locally.

“And you probably know there’s a huge movement right now of people very concerned about the consolidation of food in America to where we only have four major meat processors in America, the big guys.”

According to Barton, an estimated 910 million pounds of protein are expected to be removed from the U.S. food supply if the rule change goes through as written.

“There are also indirect negative effects on farmers and ranchers: limiting access to local meat processors, restricting the ability to sell to local consumers and requiring herd reduction or liquidation.”

“It’s been reported that the initial cost to install a water filtration system bringing them into compliance be $300,000-400,000 with a minimum of $100,000 annual maintenance. This would force many small meat processing facilities to shutter their doors,” Malone writes.

Malone noted the regulation is a direct attack on the buy local foods movement, explaining local meat producers would likely no longer have a nearby facility to process meat.

As a result, local meat producers wouldn’t be able to provide their products directly to customers.

Robert Malone writes:

Demonstrating that the “comment period” was mere window dressing to meet formal federal comment requirements, immediately on March 25, 2024 the EPA jammed through a finalized version of its devastating new interpretation of the Clean Water Act, which it has titled “Effluent Limitations Guidelines and Standards for the Meat and Poultry Products Point Source Category.” Clearly this is another case of aggressive, arbitrary and capricious EPA regulatory overreach, directly analogous to the recent Supreme Court case West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency, 597 U.S. 697 (2022), a landmark decision of the U.S. Supreme Court relating to the Clean Air Act, and the extent to which the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) can regulate carbon dioxide emissions related to climate change.

According to the EPA, after months of study and testing to look for bacteria, viruses etc, what they actually found in the wastewater of processing facilities was Nitrogen and Phosphorus. Two of the fundamental elements which all living things are composed of (Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus).

As a result, The EPA has decided that the entire meat industry – from slaughtering beef to poultry, marinas to packaging – must now retrofit current facilities with lagoons and biomass dissipates to turn “nutrients” into C02 and methane in order to prevent these “pollutants” from entering local water supplies.

The EPA anticipates these new rules will, at least, result in the closure of 16 processing facilities across the country at a time when our country’s meat producers are already struggling to survive due to bottlenecks in USDA certified facilities. However, on the high side EPA estimates include an impact range of up to 845 processing facilities.

“This is an example of the government picking winners and losers. The losers are farmers/ranchers and small meat processors who cannot afford to comply with the capital investment to meet the EPA standards,” Barton said, according to The Defender.

There is proposed legislation to stop the rule but it’s up to concerned Americans to spread the message of the federal government’s overreach.

The Defender explained:

Byfield said that a proposed congressional bill, H.R.7079, also known as the “Beef Act,” would “stop this rule,” urging the public to call their local congressional representatives.

“Additionally, we believe there is going to be an effort to defund the rule through the appropriations process,” Byfield added.

“Consumers need to step up and speak out against these draconian government actions,” Vlieger said. “The number of small farmers is small, and their voice does not carry the weight that varying consumer organizations have.”

“More than ever, it is crucially important to know your farmer and know your food,” Vlieger said.


Joe Rogan Calls It Out: “Plant Based Meat Is REALLY Bad For You!”

Why do people like Bill Gates and all others on the Far Left with “God Complexes” feel the need to constantly reinvent meat?

They constantly want to play God, to create meat better than what God gave us.

Genesis makes very clear that God created plants and animals for our food, but that’s never good enough.

They always have to try and do their own version.

“Plant based meat”

“Lab grown beef”

“3D printed beef”

They’re throwing it all at us and I’m not touching ANY of it!

How about you?

Oh, not only that but they’ve killed so many cattle that we are at the LOWEST number of Beef Cattle on record since 1962!

Gee, you think that might have a big impact on prices?


But keep reading to the bottom – I have a solution for you to all of this nonsense!

Now back to “Plant Based Meat”.

Think it’s good for you?

Think it’s healthy?

Think it’s good for the environment?

Wrong, Wrong and Wrong!

Watch this:

Now sometimes you just gotta laugh….

I love this reply:

The fact that “plant based meat” doesn’t exist anywhere in nature should tell you all you need to know:

But what do you do when red meat is disappearing from store shelves?

Being replaced with Lab Grown Meat?

Or Plant Based Meat?

Or mRNA injected Meat?

And even if you can find it, the prices are going through the roof!


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