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List of 103 U.S. Food Manufacturing Facilities Destroyed Under Biden Admin

“There are currently no nationwide shortages of food," claims the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Dr. Robert Malone, Other Censored Doctors Sue Twitter

The doctors say Twitter violated its own policy when it censored factual information, not "misinformation."

WEF Floats Attaching Sensor to Your Tooth to Track What You Eat ‘In Real Time’

"Wearable technology" made of "[t]iny sensors that attach to a tooth and personalized nutrition-monitoring patches can enable us to precisely track not just our intake, but how our bodies respond to different foods."

Another Food Processing Plant Shutters Operations, Adding to Long List of Closures

A top food processing plant will be closing down one of its facilities in Campbell County, Tennessee, adding to the long list of closures over the last year.

BlackRock: Globalist Company that Owns All Other Companies Vows to ‘Drive Global Energy Transition’

World's largest asset manager brags about its "ability to convene companies, governments and institutional clients."

No Charges for Mike Tyson for Punching Airplane Passenger

Authorities will not file criminal charges against former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson after he was recorded on video punching a fellow first-class passenger aboard a plane at San Francisco International Airport last month.

Food Processing Plants Burning Across U.S., Threatening Meat Supply

There has been an outbreak of fires in food processing facilities across the nation in the last six months as food prices soar and supply chains are stressed to their limits.

RFK Jr. Says Big Pharma ‘Making $500 Billion a Year Selling the Remedies for the Injuries Caused by Vaccines’: Watch Video

"According to HHS (Health and Human Services), if you were born prior to 1989, which is the year they changed the vaccine schedule, your chance of having a chronic disease is 12 percent. If you were born after 1989 it's 54 percent," said RFK Jr.

Ohio University Pays $400,000 in Damages to Professor Who Refused to Use Student’s Preferred Pronouns

Public university in Ohio will pay $400,000 to a philosophy professor who refused to use a student's preferred pronouns.

Fake Meat Won’t Save the Planet — What We Need Are ‘Sweeping’ Changes to the Food System

“Fake meat will not save the planet,” warns “The Politics of Protein,” a report released last week by the International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems (IPES-Food).

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