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Orchestrated Food Shortage Crisis? Dozens of Food Processing Plants Destroyed in Fires

Dozens of food processing plants and warehouses have been destroyed by fires, plane crashes, and other curious accidents in recent weeks, representing a disturbing trend that falls outside the realm of coincidence.

The latest incident happened in Covington, Georgia when a plane crashed into a General Mills plant on Thursday, killing two people and destroying a number of trailers stored at the plant.

The crash happened just before Fox News Tucker Carlson was about to report on the curious spate of food plant accidents, leaving him flabbergasted at the apparent coincidence.

“What’s going on here? Well, the story gets weirder: food processing plants all over the country seem to be catching fire. A couple of days ago, a fire destroyed the headquarters of Azure Standard – one of the largest organic food distributors in the country,” Tucker reported Thursday.

“The end of last month, a fire severely damaged a fresh onion-packing facility in south Texas. In Oregon, a potato chip processing plant just reported a boiler explosion that sent workers to the hospital,” he added.

“So industrial accidents happen, of course. But this is a lot of industrial accidents at food processing facilities at the same time the president is warning us about food shortages,” Carlson noted.

Here’s Joe Biden last month predicting food shortages were coming as a result of the Ukraine war.

“With regard to food shortages, yes we did talk about food shortages. And it’s going to be real,” Biden said at a press conference in Belgium.

Shockingly, nearly 20 U.S. food plants have been damaged or destroyed over the last year or so, around the same time supply chain breakdowns already began gnarling the U.S. food supply.

Then came the war in Ukraine in late February, resulting in food costs reaching an “all-time high” and supply chain issues worldwide.

But never fear, because Bill Gates has bought up hundreds of thousands of acres of U.S. farmland across 19 states over the last several years, making him the largest private farmland owner in the country.

Whether a coincidence or conspiracy theory, these bizarre circumstances nevertheless add up to the same thing: food shortages are likely coming, and billionaires like Bill Gates and hostile foreign nations like China stand to benefit.

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