TWO MORE Food Plants Explode in Flames Over Weekend

Over the past year, there have been NUMEROUS food distribution and processing plants destroyed by fire, explosions, and plane crashes. Yet, this seems to be the first we are actually hearing of this string of "coincidences."

I don't believe for one second that it's just a coincidence. The government and media have been predicting major food shortages to come while blaming the pandemic and the war in Ukraine. Yet several food processing plants across the United States and Canada have been destroyed?

It sounds to me like the shortage is being created rather than predicted.

Last week Think American reported:

The most recent incident happened on Thursday when a small plane crashed into a General Mills plant just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Two people in the plane were killed in the crash, as reported by the New York Post.

Earlier this week on Monday, a massive fire destroyed a portion of the Azure Standard Headquarters in Oregon. The company is know as  “the USA’s largest independent food distributor.”

ASH reported that “basically any liquid product,” like honey, oil, and vinegar will be out of stock due to the fire.

This weekend, two more plants exploded in flames.

According to WAVY-TV, a Perdue soybean plant in Norfolk, Virginia caught on fire. The cause has not yet been determined, and no one was injured.

“Chesapeake firefighters battled an industrial fire this evening at Perdue Farms in the South Norfolk area,” wrote the Chesapeake Fire Department.

“Plant operators reported a fire in large soybean processing tank. Firefighters climbed multiple flights of stairs with hose and equipment to access the standpipe system. Water was applied and the fire brought under control in approximately one hour,” they added.

On Sunday, Saladino's food processing plant in Fresno, California caught on fight, according to KFSN-TV.

Once or twice is a coincidence. More than 20 times? No. Someone is intentionally destroying these plants…

See how sketchy it is? The have been "predicting" a food shortage and now they're creating it so they can say they were right, and continue to control people.