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There’s a lot of growing concern right now about our nation’s food supply, in particular regarding chickens and eggs. The age-old question, “what came first, the chicken or the egg,” has been replaced with, “who’s tampering with our chickens and eggs?”

Tucker Carlson actually kicked things into overdrive with this recent piece on the food crisis. He calls what’s happening a matter of “national survival,” and he’s right.


Many people feel edgy and nervous as footage emerges depicting food plants going up in three-alarm flames, like this major chicken processing plant in Connecticut recently:


Also, we’re seeing the price of meat and eggs skyrocket due to so-called shortages. Many farmers online are reporting that their hens simply stopped laying eggs, and and as a result, conspiracies and rumors of “altered chicken feed” are flooding the internet.


All of this madness is unfolding against a backdrop of a very concentrated PR push from the government, mainstream media, and activists like Bill Gates, encouraging everyone to eat bugs, bake with cricket powder, and BBQ your lab-grown mystery “meat.”

It’s starting to feel a little “plandemic-ish,” to many folks.

And speaking of Bill Gates, did you know that he’s heavily invested in “chicken-free” egg alternatives?

Cooking Channel:

Bill Gates, among others, have invested heavily in Hampton Creek Foods, which seeks to end this plant-based dilemma. Their solution? A brand new egg substitute made from plants. They are calling it Beyond Eggs, and it’s intended for use in all manner of cake bossing.

When beef prices began soaring, the push for “Beyond Meat” and lab-grown “meats” were heavily pushed and funded by Mr. Gates.


Memphis Meats, a post-livestock meat producer, received a new $17 million donation from a slew of major American industrial powerhouses, including Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Virgin Group founder Richard Branson, and Cargill Inc, one of the largest agricultural corporations in the world. As of August 23, Memphis Meat has raised a total surpassing $22 million.

Does all of this tie into the chicken feed stories?

Nobody knows for certain, but there’s an interesting pattern that seems to form every time a “food crisis” pops up.

And equally as concerning as Gates involvement in “food,” is another unsavory character who has their roots planted very deeply into our nation’s food supply…


A Twitter user whose name is “Jeff” and who uses the handle @bahamamills, did some digging and discovered that BlackRock is knee-deep in our food supply.

Here are screenshots of  BlackRock’s investments in Tyson and Tractor Supply:

Jeff also pointed out that BlackRock has recently come under heavy pressure to review its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) investing strategies as a backlash against this practice grows.

Are they investors or activists? Are they trying to steer the nation in a direction based on a political ideology?

These are legitimate questions and the GOP is concerned.


[…] at least seven states have pledged to pull more than $3 billion collectively from BlackRock, which manages $8 trillion in assets, citing concerns that taking factors such as climate change into account when investing in companies does a disservice to shareholders.

Arizona and North Carolina are the most recent states to call attention to BlackRock, which in recent years has positioned itself as an industry leader in ESG investing. Arizona’s treasurer revealed last week the state had divested more than $543 million in investments from the asset manager, while North Carolina’s treasurer called on BlackRock CEO Larry Fink to resign over his position on ESG.

The Republicans leading the backlash say they’re concerned BlackRock’s sustainable investment policies endanger the U.S. energy industry, and fall outside of the firm’s fiduciary duty to deliver returns to shareholders.

Add to the already growing stack of concerns, the fact that Laurence D. Fink, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of BlackRock, was just added to Board of Trustees of the World Economic Forum.

That’s not exactly “comforting” news to many people.

Stories like this are why many people are concerned about BlackRock’s heavy investments into Tyson and Tractor Supply; two companies harvesting and supplying feed to our nations farmers…. feed that is now at the center of many conspiracy theories.

Just to give you an idea of how huge Tyson’s feed production is – think about this – the land acreage they use to grow food for feed is an area twice the size of New Jersey.

The Guardian: 

Tyson Foods utilizes between nine and 10m acres of farmland – an area almost twice the size of New Jersey – to produce corn and soybeans to feed the more than 2 billion animals it processes every year in the US alone, according to new research.

And speaking of chicken feed, Tractor Supply sells a brand called “Producer’s Pride,” and many believe this feed has been “altered” to stop hens from laying eggs.

But in all fairness, hens lay far fewer eggs in the winter. But is today’s low amount normal?

While it seems excessive, there’s no data to point to in order to make that case.

But let’s say hens are under producing and it has nothing not do with the bird flu or “tampered” chicken feed…

Then what? What else could it be?

This wouldn’t be the first time farmers and producers found themselves in a financial pickle.

The chicken industry is so corrupt that farmers and producers have had to sue big chicken swindlers like Tyson and others, for claims of rigging and corruption…

And they won.

Seattle Times:

Tyson Foods, the nation’s largest chicken producer, will pay Washington $10.5 million to settle a lawsuit that accused it of a long-running scheme to fix prices and rig contracts in coordination with its major competitors.
The settlement, announced Monday by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, is the third since Ferguson sued 19 chicken producers last year, accusing them of conspiring to drive up prices on everything from chicken nuggets to chicken breasts to Popeye’s chicken sandwiches.

Those 19 companies together represent 95% of the broiler chickens sold in America. Ferguson has reached settlements with two other smaller chicken producers, Mar-Jac Poultry and Fieldale Farms, worth $1.2 million total.

“Folks often say to me, ‘What’s an example of the rigged system?’ This is it,” Ferguson said at a news conference Monday. “I don’t know how much money a corporation needs to make before they come to the conclusion they don’t need to cheat Washingtonians from their hard-earned dollars.”

The price fixing, Ferguson said, affected every Washington resident who bought chicken, about 7 million people.

“They cheated. Rather than compete with their competitors, they conspired with their competitors,” Ferguson said. “You paid more for chicken than you should have because of the illegal conduct of these 19 companies.”

The “chicken industry” sounds as corrupt and swampy as Washington, D.C.

While we may never know exactly what’s going on with regards to the egg and hen mystery, it’s clear that many people out there do not trust the government, nor the intentions of elites like Bill Gates and dark money corporations like BlackRock — and honestly, can you really blame them for that?


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