Back in 2021, reports were abundant showing cargo ships stacking up offshore, unable to dock and unload.
Just two Southern California ports account for about 40% of all shipping containers coming into the U.S. Before the pandemic, there was usually no backlog — but now 77 ships are waiting to unload cargo.
One tech founder had a solution.https://t.co/lEt4qghyq8
— NPR (@NPR) November 5, 2021
Fast forward to June 2022 and reports are now coming out that the ports are empty.
Watch this report from a frontlines trucker, here on Rumble:
anyone know what Google earth 2022 image shows Port of Tampa completely empty? pic.twitter.com/nSj8r2BuIC
— Scott Creighton (@willyloman1) June 20, 2022
It is planned…the ports are empty https://t.co/HkkH24h1FV
— jlac 🦋 TRUMP 2024 (@JLCole55) June 18, 2022
That’s not all…
Truckers are also reporting that even if you can afford the Diesel, it’s not available:
East coast truckers are stranded on the highway waiting for gas. Gas stations are out of diesel. Now there are diesel shortages. Hell is about to break loose. pic.twitter.com/wRDdq9iRql
— 🇺🇸RealRobert🇺🇸 (@Real_RobN) June 20, 2022
It’s not rocket science, just common sense and basic math.
When it costs truckers more to drive their trucks than they end up getting paid, guess what happens?
The trucks stop moving.
America grinds to a halt.
And overnight your grocery store shelves go bare.
Faster than you can say “what just happened?”
Are you ready?
Is your FAMILY ready?
And that’s not all…
Ever wonder what powers all those combines and tractors to harvest the food?
A Farm Bureau official just described the food situation in America as “teetering on the edge”:
“We have reached that point to where it is very close to being a sinking ship . . . We are teetering on the edge right now.”
High diesel prices are making it so farmers can’t afford to run their tractors during planting time.
The New York Post noted:
“Farmers disproportionately rely on diesel to fuel their tractors and other heavy machinery used to plant and harvest crops, burning up to thousands of gallons a month, depending on the size of their operation.
Feeling the pinch at the pump, farmers can decide to stop planting certain crops to save money on fuel, which, in turn, could result in higher food prices and even food shortages.”
It’s already starting to affect restaurants.
Chef Andrew Gruel explained to Fox Business that hard times are coming:
Chef Gruel’s ideas for fighting food inflation are:
Partner up with local restaurants to get wholesale prices
Don’t use food delivery apps if you don’t need to (they add up to 30% to the cost)
Here’s something else to think about before it’s too late:
Store some long-lasting food for when things get worse.
If you haven’t done it already, check out the food kits at MyPatriotSupply.com (ordering through this link and the links below benefits We Love Trump).
Their food kits are packed with 2,000-plus calories a day – and people say they taste as good as homemade meals.
Plus, these meals last a long time — some for as long as 30 years.
That’s long enough you can put them in a closet or back pantry — and not worry about what you’ll eat in a food shortage.
When it’s time to open up the kits, you’ll love the food — MyPatriotSupply.com has nearly 50,000 4-star and 5-star reviews online.
That’s because they’ve become the largest preparedness company in the nation — with millions of American families served.
After you get long-lasting meals from MyPatriotSupply.com, you won’t need to worry about your family having enough to eat if things get worse.
You won’t worry about high diesel prices disrupting the food supply chain.
You won’t worry about grocery store shelves being empty.
You won’t worry about the hungry mouths around you.
Because you’ll be prepared.