Another mysterious food processing fire has happened, this time killing tens of thousands of chickens
Food shortages and skyrocketing prices on staple foods go hand in hand, and our country has been suffering from both under Biden. However, what’s the cause of these food shortages and could it be linked to the numerous fires which have destroyed food processing plants since the announcement of these “shortages?”
Within mere weeks of Biden announcing food shortages across the world at G7, a string of fires began breaking out at food processing and fertilizer plants.
In the months, July 2021 – April 2022, TWENTY-FIVE food and fertilizer plants and storage buildings across America have been destroyed by fire. These are major facilities, not just corner groceries, which would be bad enough.
on May 28th, yet another massive fire erupted. This time it claimed the lives of tens of thousands of chickens at an egg processing plant.
Between diesel prices being the highest on record, fertilizer shortages, and now all of these fires, there’s little wondering as to what is causing the food shortage. But why, is the opportune question?
These fires are individually mysterious in many cases. However, string them all together and they become a most peculiar case.
From the Western Journal:
“Overnight, a fire destroyed one of our barns at our Howard Lake farm,” a Formsman Farms spokesman said. “No one was injured, and we are grateful that first responders were quickly on scene to put out the fire.
“Unfortunately, chickens were lost because of the fire. We are evaluating the extent of the damage — which appears to be confined to a single structure — as well as investigating the cause of the fire.”
Naturally, “fact checkers” denounce any possibility of conspiracy to produce food shortages and even claim that there is “no evidence of foul play” in any of the fires. Yet, this many in such a short amount of time is certainly abnormal. And in a time where gas prices are soaring, inflation is soaring, and wages are down–well, it’s certainly inconvenient for the average American.