Many believed that the crisis the world is experiencing right now can be traced back to Biden and Biden alone. This could have been prevented under President Trump.
After the surge in fuel prices, now we’re in the middle of “very real” food shortages as Biden warned.
Food shortages have been exacerbated by a string of fires, plane crashes, and explosions at nearly two dozen food processing facilities across Canada and the US.
This all happened right after Joe Biden warned the nation of food shortages. What are the odds? Multiple fires and explosions have been reported at these plants across the nation.
WLT further commented:
But here’s the thing: fires and explosions are rare at food companies. Sure, it happens occasionally. That’s what you call an emergency.
But what are the odds of multiple “emergencies” happening just as Biden warns of food shortages? In fact, over 20 food processing plants were shut down due to these issues.
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Multiple Warehouse/Storage facilities on fire in US #GreatReset #WEF #NWO #GetWoke
Could this all be a plan to add to already increasing food prices and soaring inflation. @koryamc1 @AMCbiggums @BossBlunts1 @EduardBrichuk @HangLoose1337 @JanJak_AMC pic.twitter.com/K79Y5PYdf3
— RIZOSTONKS (@RizoStonks) April 20, 2022
What’s with all these food and fertilizer plant fires?? #Azure #TaylorFarms #BonanzaMeat #Shearers #Weaverfertilizer !! It looks like they are destroying our food and agriculture supply!? Any information @FoxNews @OANN @SkyNewsAust @newsmax @CNN Who’s behind this?
— Gilley76 (@Michael79131917) April 21, 2022
So many FIRES! Ironic how they are all food processing plants of some sort. pic.twitter.com/4iFxqVAGHF
— MoeSunshines (@MoeSunshines) April 21, 2022
Azure Standard is the country’s largest independent food distributor. Its Headquarters facility was destroyed by fire last night. pic.twitter.com/Pggij50B9v
— LyndaAird (@VolunteerTutor) April 19, 2022
Over 20 food processing plants shut down due to fire or explosions in last 2 weeks… pic.twitter.com/DWxn8v6vxh
— Tyler Dell (@YallGotPlayed) April 22, 2022
According to multiple reports, a town of 35,000 people was ordered to either evacuate or seek shelter in California. Because a food plant was on fire and local emergency crews were afraid that the fire could cause a massive bomb-like explosion.
US News gives us more details of the incident:
Firefighters contained a massive blaze at a central California food processing plant that prompted authorities to tell thousands of nearby residents to evacuate Thursday and to order tens of thousands more to stay inside their homes.
The fire started Wednesday night at the Taylor Farms packaged salad plant in Salinas, about 110 miles (177 kilometers) south of San Francisco.
The flames were under control by late morning Thursday, but the shelter-in-place and evacuation orders remained while hazardous materials crews worked the scene, said Sophia Rome, a spokesperson for the city of Salinas.
Authorities initially said they feared the fire could generate an explosion and a plume of hazardous ammonia, but the Salinas Fire Department said later that those threats appeared to be minimal.
About 2,700 people living closest to the plant were told that they should evacuate, while 35,000 more were ordered to shelter inside their homes, the Monterey County Office of Emergency Services said in a statement.
Those staying home were told to shut windows and to turn off ventilation systems “until further notice,” the statement said. The shelter-in-place and evacuation orders were finally lifted at about 1:30 p.m.
WLT has more to say about the incident:
In addition to this happening at numerous plants, isn’t it weird that the news hasn’t covered any of these stories?
These plants and warehouses are filled with tons of chemicals and equipment that can easily explode.
Yet… the news doesn’t seem to care.
Look, whenever there’s an apartment fire in a major city like New York City, nearly every news network covers it.
Because of safety standards and improved safety materials, it’s rare for a large fire to happen.
So whenever a massive fire happens in a commercial setting, industrial setting, or in a city skyscraper, it’s national news.
Yet this has happened at over 20+ food plants and no one in the media (except FOX… and us) are asking this question!
U.S. railroad companies are distributing about 20% less fertilizer than normal, which couldn’t come at a worse time for our farmers amid the global food shortage.
— Rep. Austin Scott (@AustinScottGA08) April 21, 2022
This is an odd coincidence …
18 U.S. food processing facilities burned down in the last six months. Azure Standard’s HQ burned down yesterday. pic.twitter.com/o5DnAQsIAO
— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) April 21, 2022