While the whole country has been distracted by Elon Musk buying Twitter and the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial, there have been some strange things happening to food processing plants around the country.
Last week in Hermiston, Oregon, an explosion occurred at Shearer's Foods, an "award-winning private brand and contract manufacturer" that's makes various types of snacks. There are only 20,000 people living in Hermiston, and this processing plant was one of the largest employers in the area. This location is the only Shearer's location on the West Coast. Nobody was killed during the fire, but there were seven workers at the building at the time who were taken to a nearby hospital. They're either stable or in fair condition.
We have yet to hear an explanation about why this explosion happened. But this is just the beginning, as we've seen many other food processing plants burned to the ground over the last several months. And yet the mainstream media hasn't reported on these strange coincidences.
18 Food Processing Plants Have Burned Down in the Last Several Months
Shearer's Foods is just one of many locations that has been mysteriously burnt to the ground. Food processing plants in San Antonio, TX, Lackawanna County, PA, St. Clair County, IL, Salinas, CA, El Paso, TX, and more have exploded into flames in the last several months. While these incidents make the headlines in local news, there are hardly any nationwide news outlets that are putting the pieces together and asking what on earth is going on here.
This has all been happening around the same time that President Biden warned the country that we have food shortages in our future. "Yes we did talk about food shortages and it's going to be real," he said in a press conference in March. Of course, he blames these shortages on sanctions due to the Ukraine and Russia war, but that doesn't seem like a good enough explanation for much of Twitter.
One of the only journalists talking about this occurrence is Tucker Carlson. He interviewed Jason Rantz on his Fox News show to shed light on these destructive fires. He even pointed out that a plane crashed into a food processing plant.
“So, industrial accidents happen, of course,” Carlson said. “But this is a lot of industrial accidents at food processing facilities at the same time the president is warning us about food shortages.”
“Obviously, when something happens every so often, you obviously hope that there is no significant damage and certainly that no one gets hurt, but you kind of write it off, it’s not that big of a deal, accidents happen," Rantz said. "But when you’ve got well over a dozen food processing plants and warehouses getting destroyed or seriously damaged over just the last few weeks at a time when the food supply is already vulnerable, it’s obviously going to be suspicious, and it could lead to serious food shortages.”
Not to set off the conspiracy theory sirens, but there are a lot of people who are speculating whether this is all planned. After all, this many food processing plants just blowing up out of nowhere is statistically impossible.
At the very least, people are questioning why we're not talking about this very strange series of events.
Some people are tying this to Bill Gates buying out a ton of farmland across the country, but it's nothing more than speculation to say that these two things are related. Whatever the case may be, it's being questioned more and more, and we have yet to hear a reasonable explanation.