If the Supreme Court’s stay of Biden’s covid vaccine mandate ever gets lifted, the supply chain will collapse

The American Trucking Association (ATA) is celebrating the Supreme Court’s decision to put a stay on Joe Biden’s Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine-or-test” mandate for employers. In an announcement, President and CEO Chris Spear called the ruling “a tremendous victory on behalf of the trucking industry and workers and employers everywhere.” “Today’s ruling by the Supreme Court validates … Continue reading If the Supreme Court’s stay of Biden’s covid vaccine mandate ever gets lifted, the supply chain will collapse

IMPOSSIBLE SCIENCE: Novavax says it will have a new “vaccine” ready in just two weeks for the “Omicron” variant, which appeared just last week

If you thought Donald “father of the vaccine” Trump was fast at bringing the first round of Operation Warp Speed “vaccines” to the world, get a load of this: Novavax says it will have a new injection ready for the “Omicron” variant in just two weeks. Even though Omicron is barely a week old itself, Novavax says it … Continue reading IMPOSSIBLE SCIENCE: Novavax says it will have a new “vaccine” ready in just two weeks for the “Omicron” variant, which appeared just last week

Retailers to raise prices for thousands of food products in 2022

With the inflation crisis expected to persist well into 2022, multiple large retailers have already announced their plans to raise their prices next year. Earlier this month, Mondelez CEO Dirk Van de Put said that the company’s most popular products like Oreo cookies, Ritz crackers and Sour Patch Kids will be more expensive next year. “We, at the … Continue reading Retailers to raise prices for thousands of food products in 2022

Food inflation in the US about to reach a tipping point

Food inflation in the United States is reaching a tipping point. If the prices of food in groceries go up any further, industry executives warn that consumer spending habits may change. Throughout the year, American consumers have accepted the growing costs of basic food items at supermarkets and groceries. But companies that make many of the now more-costly … Continue reading Food inflation in the US about to reach a tipping point

Supermarket chain owner predicts 10% food price hike in the next 60 days

At a time when Americans are already paying significantly more money on their grocery bills, the owner of a New York City supermarket chain has warned that food prices are going to continue to rise significantly in the near future, with increases potentially reaching as high as 10 percent in just two months. This is according … Continue reading Supermarket chain owner predicts 10% food price hike in the next 60 days

Biden regime weighs deploying National Guard to militarize broken supply chain

After intentionally keeping the supply chain broken, the Biden regime is now considering sending in the troops to “fix” it. The White House says it might deploy National Guard troops to the nation’s ports to supposedly help address the supply chain “backlog” that is leaving many store shelves bare and causing prices to skyrocket. While such a deployment … Continue reading Biden regime weighs deploying National Guard to militarize broken supply chain

They insist everything will be fine as we face shortages of chicken, coffee, diapers, fish sticks, frozen meals, carbonated drinks, etc.

Officials in Washington continue to assure us that we don’t have anything to be concerned about, but meanwhile the shelves just continue to get even emptier.  On Friday, #BareShelvesBiden was the number one trending topic on Twitter, and I am sure that the Biden administration must have been thrilled by that.  Biden insists that he and … Continue reading They insist everything will be fine as we face shortages of chicken, coffee, diapers, fish sticks, frozen meals, carbonated drinks, etc.

Supply shortages aren’t unintentional – they’re actually planned

Supply chains around the world have been facing shortages in recent months due to several factors. However, book author and blogger Charles Hugh Smith argues that the shortages are actually intended to increase the profits of global companies. He adds that the shortages are designed to prevent potential competitors from entering the market and undermining revenue streams. Smith notes in … Continue reading Supply shortages aren’t unintentional – they’re actually planned

Shipping workers warn of imminent global transport systems collapse

A global transport systems collapse looms due to the lingering impacts of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In an open letter, a coalition of unions that represent shipping workers across the globe warns of the imminent collapse as fragmented and inconsistent pandemic restrictions around the world toss international shipping into chaos. The shipping workers write: “We are witnessing unprecedented disruptions and … Continue reading Shipping workers warn of imminent global transport systems collapse

Global food ecosystem under severe pressure due to staff shortages, extreme weather

The list of problems impacting food supply chains this year continues to grow, as extreme weather and worker shortages are pushing global food prices upward and leaving people hungry. Right now, the global food ecosystem is under intense pressure due to a shortage of staff. The reduction in supplies and lack of workers are threatening … Continue reading Global food ecosystem under severe pressure due to staff shortages, extreme weather