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The Latest Slap In The Face To Creepy Bill Gates


Bill Gates is buying up a lot of farmland in the United States…

According to reports, he has actually become the largest owner of farmland within the United States and everyone wants to know why.

Perhaps he needs all that land to grow the ingredients for the synthetic meat he seems to constantly crow about, maybe he is just trying to hold it and do nothing with it to do his part in the engineered collapse of America.

No matter what his specific intentions are, the latest data should put a damper on his plans…

The latest reports indicate a sharp decline in synthetic meat sales, specifically plant-based meat—consumers are rejecting the stuff.

Sources cite the price and ‘woke messaging’ as the culprits behind the declining sales, but perhaps another reason could be health…

A fresh cut of meat is, head and shoulders, healthier than any sort of highly processed food around.

It doesn’t matter if something is plant-based, a quick look at the laundry list of ingredients found in any of these vegan meat products reveals chemicals galore.

No one wants that and it’s time that creepy Gates and his globalist ilk take a step back…

Here’s more on the story:

Bloomberg provides one possible reason for declining sales:

Now, after once enjoying double-digit growth, sales in the plant-based meat category are not just flat but declining, according to data from Information Resources Inc., or IRI.

That’s due to possible saturation of the US market as new brands hit the shelves, according to Deloitte Consulting LLP.

According to Zero Hedge:

“Proteins that were cheaper on a price-per-pound basis did fare better,” said Parker, who noted that semi-vegetarian shoppers who used to opt for the alternative product will now choose the less-expensive real thing.

In short, people are less willing to pay a premium for fake meat, especially considering that ‘taste and health concerns’ are playing a role.

According to Deloitte, the fake meat industry has a perception problem. Based on a July survey of 2,000 consumers, there’s been a decline in the belief that plant-based meat is actually healthier and environmentally sustainable vs. meat from animals.


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