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Tucker: Biden Said Food Shortages Would Be Increased, Now Food Plants Burn and Livestock Die En Masse
Tucker Carlson pointed to a speech where Joe Biden said, while discussing the Ukraine war, that world leaders had discussed “how we could increase and disseminate more rapidly food—food shortages.” Biden said that while discussing food production from the US and Canada. Yes, Biden sometimes makes pretty ridiculous mistakes, but was this actually one of them? He seemed to be speaking pretty smoothly overall that day. Then there’s other recent events. I previously reported in June 2022 how 96 food plants and facilities had been wholly or partially destroyed since Biden became president, including the deaths of millions of livestock. At a certain point, there’s only so many freak accidents, aren’t there? Especially since the number has most certainly increased to over 100 since.
Mainstream media have claimed that, at least in regard to egg production and chickens, the culprit is avian flu, because millions of birds have supposedly been infected and had to be killed, as Tucker noted in his monologue. Avian flu is diagnosed by PCR tests, and we know how unreliable those are. But that’s not the only cause (if you still believe anything the media says about viruses of any sort anyway)—millions of chickens have also died in fires, while many others reportedly unusually stopped laying eggs for months on end while consuming commercial chicken feed. How many coincidences can happen when the globalists have openly declared their desire to reduce world population and to make everyone eat bugs instead of meat (not to mention Bill Gates is invested in fake egg and meat products, and disasters always seem to happen at just the time to make money for his latest investment)?
“Last spring, in March, at a press conference in Brussels, Joe Biden explained that the sanctions he was imposing against Russia, while morally necessary, were also going to cause food shortages around the world, including here in the United States. ‘It’s going to be real,’ he said.
Now, Biden said this in a very odd way. There was no hint of panic, emotions you’d expect from a leader predicting the deaths of human beings from starvation. None of that. Instead, there was pure, nonchalant casualness. Biden could have been describing the weather or a trip to the dry cleaners. ‘It’s going to be real.’”
Tucker says the Biden administration either cannot or will not provide any statistics for a baseline of how many food plants would normally experience accidents, which is fairly important—and has got to be one of the only things in the universe the Biden regime doesn’t track (the intimate details of your vaccination status, social media and gun ownership? That they have). As Tucker mocked, “‘Do we have enough trans Pacific Islanders playing woodwinds in major symphonies?’. . .these are the questions that concern the bean counters in the Biden administration. And yet at the same time, that same administration keeps no real records about the infrastructure of our food supply.” They certainly aren’t egg counters.
Fact checkers tried to claim the video clip of Biden was misinformation because we are basically supposed to assume the leader of the free world is senile. He is, of course, though why they’d cheerfully admit that at all is concerning, but not everything he says is nonsense. How are we supposed to divine which words are read accurately off the teleprompter and which aren’t? And in light of recent events, doesn’t the evidence indicate Biden really might have been on point for once?
“Then Biden continued, recounting a conversation he had with European allies. He told us all about it. When he met with the group, Biden said, they spoke about ‘how we could increase and disseminate more rapidly food shortages.’ That’s what Joe Biden said verbatim. It’s on tape…
We can’t know what Joe Biden was thinking, if anything, when he uttered those words in Brussels. We can only tell you what happened afterward.
Strange disasters began to beset food processors all over the United States. In April, the next month, the headquarters of one of this country’s largest organic food distributors was destroyed in a fire. Cause unknown. The next month, in a single week, actually, two separate private plane crashes took out two separate food processing centers. One plane hit a General Mills plant in Georgia. The other plane hit a food plant in Idaho. By the way, back in February, a boiler explosion obliterated a potato processing plant in Oregon and so on.”
As I noted above, it’s well over a hundred plants and literally millions of dead livestock. Tucker described later how, following an identified problem with commercial cattle feed (as many cows were suddenly dying), many chicken farmers across the country guessed the commercial chicken feed was the problem behind the fact their chickens mysteriously stopped laying eggs. And the evidence supports that, because after switching to local feeds many farmers reportedly started getting eggs again. Usually chickens lay eggs every day, but many were reportedly going six or seven months without laying, or were laying much less frequently. That’s not normal. And why wouldn’t an administration that stole an election to come to power and forced a deadly vaccine knowingly on its people be involved in tampering with chicken feed?
“So even people who aren’t given to connecting the dots, who don’t think of themselves as conspiracy nuts, begin to wonder, ‘Is there something here?’ But no one could tell. The Biden administration had no answers and no way to get to the answers because they had no data.”
WATCH Tucker’s monologue below: