A surge in food processing plants burning to the ground is becoming too hard to ignore.
At least 16 instances of food plants burning down in America have been reported in 2022 alone — an unusually high amount compared to previous years.
“This is the second time in a week something like this has happened,” Carlson said last week on his show, going on to note that another plant was burnt down earlier. “… What’s going on here?”
“… Industrial accidents happen, of course. But this is a lot.”
“You’ve got some people speculating this might be an intentional way to disrupt the food supply,” Carlson’s guest Jason Rantz said.
Tucker continued, “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.”
Without knowing who or what’s causing this drastic uptick in fires at these plants, all one can do is speculate. Indeed, the cause of all the fires has ranged, but arson hasn’t been ruled out in most cases.
As Rantz suggested, nefarious actors disrupting the food supply is one theory. But, coincidentally or not, these food plants are burning down while leaders around the world are warning the public that impending food shortages will be devastating. And the more plants that burn down, the worse the food shortages will become.
One might also recall all of the acts of arson that have happened to churches throughout the Western World over recent years.
As previously reported by The Counter Signal, at the time, our information showed that there had been a minimum of 58 attacks on Christian and Roman Catholic churches. Of those churches attacked, at least 17 of them have been scorched or burnt to a crisp in suspicious circumstances.
While the churches and food processing plants are almost certainly not connected, the coincidence is shocking: things that stand in the way of the globalist agenda are faced with an abnormally high risk of burning to the ground in the middle of the night.