For the past few weeks, we have been documenting a troubling pattern of food factory fires and damages that have created shortages and loss of jobs across the nation.
With Joe Biden in the office, we are noticing a disturbing trend of more and more things going into chaos.
TAKE NOTE: the troubles we are facing right now were not just any MINOR problems – because these things are essential to our quality of life and survival.
Yes, we are talking about food, water, and fuel are either not available or too expensive to acquire for a growing number of Americans. The manufactured food shortages are driving people to have to seek resources at food banks.
In fact, people in nice cars, living in middle-class neighborhoods, pull up to a church food pantry to get meals for their children.
Ignore this Twitter user’s left-leaning politics for a moment, she sums up the food crisis perfectly.
Local food pantry use is up 38% since this January and now SNAP is about to drop while there’s a nationwide formula shortage and highly contagious mass disabling event globally but don’t worry, someone will surely fund the police about ithttps://t.co/CRo5sFFZKJ
— Fort Wayne Criminal Unionist (@CriminalUnionFW) May 6, 2022
Inflation, manufactured shortages, increased cost of raw goods, decrease in assistance benefits for the deserving; it’s clear that something is going on.
For those keeping scores, we have a worldwide crisis that drove everyone indoors into isolation. The government greenlit unlimited spending which then caused inflation to reach historic levels. Inflation caused the power of the dollar to go down while simultaneously driving the cost of goods up. Fuel prices are reaching levels where it’s nearly impossible to travel without it costing a small fortune.
Sounds like a perfect storm to me. When looking closely, it’s clear that none of these things occurred in a vacuum. In fact, they seem interconnected. The link? Intervention and decision-making at the hands of our leaders and elected politicians. This isn’t by chance. This is intentional.
Adding to the already overwhelming list is a report regarding our energy independence. It’s moving beyond the cost of fuel, it’s now affecting your ability to power your homes.
And now, multiple reports are coming in that electric-grid operators from across the country are warning of the potential for blackouts as companies attempt to transition to green energy sources.
Here’s what MISO Chief Executive John Bear told the Wall Street Journal in a report Sunday:
“I am concerned about it. As we move forward, we need to know that when you put a solar panel or a wind turbine up, it’s not the same as a thermal resource.”
Wind and solar farms are among the most popular forms of renewable power generation, but their lack of ability to generate power 24/7 means they have to store some of their energy in batteries for later use. But the development of better battery storage is underway, operators fear it isn’t happening fast enough to replace the retiring plants.
The risk of outages is heightened this summer, with supply chain issues and inflation slowing the pace developers can get the components needed to build renewable energy farms.
WLT further explained:
What this poor guy is trying to say without getting fired is that our leaders have an overly optimistic view of renewable energy. Despite the billions of dollars being put into it, it’s not in a place to adequately replace traditional forms of energy.
And with this, comes the prediction that rolling blackouts may be a regular occurrence for much of the nation.
We can’t expect Fox News to go too deep here. After all, they can’t risk getting their White House press badges revoked. But they did leave some breadcrumbs for us to pick up on that show us something a little more sinister at play.
Buried in the article, it mentions something very interesting. Here it is:
The issue is on the rise throughout the country as many traditional and nuclear power plants are being retired to make way for renewable sources of energy, but the plants are going offline faster than renewable energy and battery storage can keep up.
Continue reading here: WLT