Just after Joe Biden warned the nation of “very real” food shortages, multiple food processing plants and food companies were destroyed or damaged.
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Multiple fires and explosions have been reported at these plants across the nation.
But here’s the thing: fires and explosions are rare at food companies.
It sure does happen occasionally – and that’s called an ’emergency’.
But how come those ’emergencies’ have not just doubled – but entered a dazzling increasing number of traced events, you could just suspect those are left to the odds of course of events.
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
— ⚜️RIZO⚜️STONKS⚜️ (@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
“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,” US News added in their report.
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