Another US food processing plant burnt down
Yet another US food processing plant has been set ablaze, with well over 20 fires occurring in food processing plants in less than a year.

Keean Bexte

May 2, 2022

Yet another US food processing plant has been set ablaze, with well over 20 fires occurring in food processing plants in less than a year.

The latest fire happened on April 20 at a Perdue Farms soybean food processing plant in Chesapeake, Virginia. Firefighters received a call at 8:41 pm and extinguished the fire in just over an hour. No one was injured, but soybean products were destroyed or had to be removed from processing tanks to ensure the fire was successfully put out, reports WTKR.

As previously reported by The Counter Signal, the frequency of food processing plant fires and other destabilizing events is rapidly increasing, with the number of such fires more than doubling throughout the lockdowns.

The fires began significantly increasing in number just after Joe Biden announced that there would be food shortages across the country. Canadian PM Justin Trudeau made the same announcement days later, and the same problem suddenly struck Canada.

Both, of course, blamed any possible food shortages on Russia and the war in Ukraine, utterly incapable of taking responsibility for their inflationary policies that have wrecked the North American economy.

“We did talk about food shortages. It’s going to be real. The price of these sanctions is not just imposed upon Russia. It’s imposed upon an awful lot of countries as well, including European countries and our country as well,” said Biden in late March.

“Because both Russia and Ukraine have been the breadbasket of Europe in terms of wheat, for example.”

Last week, Fox News host Tucker Carlson addressed the unignorable increase in food processing plant fires.

“I just want to nail this down so our viewers understand. There have been confirmed over a dozen disabling accidents at food plants over the last month,” Carlson said, after reporting on yet another fire that occurred days after another food processing plant was crashed into by a plane.

Due to the frequency of the events, many on social media have picked up on the trend and are openly suggesting that the food processing plant fires are intentional and that someone or some group is trying to create and exacerbate food shortages.

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