Recently, there have been a lot of talks from Biden’s regime about the coming food shortages.

Then, in just a short period of time after they warned us…out of nowhere, multiple reports of food processing plants burning down on the same day. Is it really a coincidence?

Twitter folks have questions that something odd appears to be happening across America: In the past six months, 18 U.S. food processing plants have reportedly burned down.

WLT further commented:

These current developments have all the hallmarks of an engineered crisis. I am not saying this is definitely what is going on, but it certainly has a high likelihood of being true.

Foreign entities are buying up our farmland. Individuals like Bill Gates are also buying up our farmland while pushing synthetic meat…

We also recently reported a plane crash into one of Idaho’s food processing plants—could all of this just be a coincidence?

Of course, we are not the only ones who obviously see what is really happening here, Tucker Carlson seemed to share our concerns:

Here’s what Tucker Carlson commented via Biz Pac Review:

“Obviously, when something happens every so often, you obviously hope that there is no significant damage and certainly that no one gets hurt, but you kind of write it off, it’s not that big of a deal, accidents happen.

But when you’ve got well over a dozen food processing plants and warehouses getting destroyed or seriously damaged over just the last few weeks at a time when the food supply is already vulnerable, it’s obviously going to be suspicious, and it could lead to serious food shortages.”

Another food processing on fire as reported by CBS San Francisco:

The fire was initially reported at about 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Taylor Farms processing facility on Abbott Street and prompted an order early Thursday for evacuations affecting an estimated 2,700 people and a shelter-in-place order affecting an estimated 35,000 people.

As of 2 p.m. Thursday, the orders had been lifted, though residents were still urged to avoid the area, city officials said.

Sources: WLT, Biz Pac Review, CBS San Francisco

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