Since April of 2020, it appears that numerous states have been doing some big spending on disaster preparedness, now the mainstream media kept this under wraps to avoid panic. During the first few months of this pandemic last year, many citizens had stormed the grocery stores buying up everything that they could in order to prepare for the worst, and if word got out that these states were doing the same thing it could cause a conflict.
Shepard Ambellas of IntelliHub reports on August 12th, 2020, Millions and millions of dollars have been spent by numerous states on disaster preparedness since April of this year and it has been causing interruptions in the food chain. However, government leadership and the mainstream media would like its citizenry to feel as if they have caused the problem by clearing out stores from panic buying.
“A report out of the Seattle Times titled From peanut butter to applesauce, Washington state stockpiles tons of food for the need ahead reveals that the state has enough peanut butter alone stockpiled away in a warehouse to make about 3 million sandwiches.”
“Barilla pasta boxes stretch to the ceiling, 100,000 in all. Large stacks of TreeTop applesauce, pancake mix and canned green beans sit on pallets, like soldiers waiting to be sent into duty,” the report explains. “Since the coronavirus crisis first rocked Washington in March, nonprofits and state agencies working in food assistance have been forced to draw a completely new road map for getting food to people who need it.”
The pandemic has taken a toll of Washington State as 30% of its population is at risk for hunger in the coming days. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad has been teaching us to store food in our homes that could last up to 3 months, because a great famine is going to hit this Nation and we can no longer depend on our local grocery stores to provide us with food any longer.
“Local news outlet KIRO 7 interviewed Washington State Department of Agriculture Director Derek Sandison who said that the purpose of the COVID Strategic Reserve, as it’s called, is to provide shelf-stable food to help support hunger prevention efforts around the state.”
NNV Writer Hasan Ali