Monday, July 15, 2024

Map: Nearly 700 Global Food Manufacturers Destroyed Under Biden

'If I had any doubts about this being on purpose, that is completely gone at this point... '

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Since President Joe Biden took office, almost 700 facilities that process food and other essential products have been destroyed or damaged across the globe, including hundreds in the United States, the Gateway Pundit reported.

Think Americana compiled a list of nearly 100 instances in which animals have been killed and food-producing plants have been burned to the ground, and then Jim Hoft and another independent researcher published a global account of the situation.

Baby formula shortages have attracted the most attention in the United States as a general food shortage seems to loom due to the war in Ukraine and the Biden administration’s war on oil and natural gas.

An interactive map of the research shows that attacks and/or accidents affecting the American and global food supply have concentrated in the United States and Western Europe.

Right-wing news outlets and independent researchers have come to believe that Biden, the World Economic Forum and other parties interested in fomenting the Great Reset have purposefully targeted food processing plants.

“If I had any doubts about this being on purpose, that is completely gone at this point,” the independent researcher said. “It’s almost terrifying seeing what is going on and the majority of people have no idea. Every day something else happens to add to this list.”

Under this theory, the attacks will jumpstart their plans to depopulate the world, shift to green energy and adopt a global currency and credit system.

The Department of Agriculture has denied that a food shortage exists.

“There are currently no nationwide shortages of food, although in some cases the inventory of certain foods at your grocery store might be temporarily low before stores can restock,” the agency’s website said.

“Food production and manufacturing are widely dispersed throughout the U.S. and there are currently no wide-spread disruptions reported in the supply chain.”

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