Biden casually tells Americans that food shortages are “going to be real” as a necessary “price” of his anti-Russia sanctions

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(Natural News) At a recent emergency NATO summit, fake “president” Joe Biden rattled off casually about how massive energy and food shortages are soon “going to be real” in the United States because of his regime’s anti-Russia sanctions.

“The price of the sanctions is not just imposed upon Russia,” Biden admitted. “It’s imposed upon an awful lot of countries as well, including European countries and our country as well” – watch below:

Despite this, Biden still wants to send more of our limited food supply overseas to help alleviate the supply chain issues caused by his own sanctions. You really cannot make this stuff up.

Europe’s breadbasket disrupted by the war

Instead of fighting to make the U.S. more energy and food independent, Biden is working against national sovereignty while showing more concern for what is happening to non-Americans overseas.

The situation is dire throughout Europe as well, where Ukraine and Russia, two major producers of wheat and other grains, are already seeing disruptions to plantings and harvests due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.

“We’re about to face massive energy and food shortages, and Biden’s solution is to ban drilling and put expensive and inefficient solar panels and windmills on what’s left of American farmland that hasn’t been bought up by China or BlackRock,” wrote The Federalist‘s Sean Davis on Twitter.


Biden says he expects China to provide military assistance to Russia, posing this as a bad thing. Why, then, did he share intelligence about Russian military movements with China?

None of this adds up unless Biden wants there to be more aggression and more war, which increasingly appears to be the case even if his rhetoric stands contrary to that.

NATO issued a statement calling on all states, including the People’s Republic of China (PRC), to “uphold the international order including the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity, as enshrined in the UN charter, to abstain from supporting Russia’s war effort in any way, and to refrain from any action that helps Russia circumvent sanctions.”

Biden added that he supports removing Russia from the Group of 20 (G20) as punishment for invading the country where he and his family do business.

It will ultimately be up to the G20 to make that decision, but Biden is urging the group to at least allow Ukraine to participate as an observer nation even if Russia is not removed.

“My answer is yes,” Biden said to a reporter when asked about his stance on booting Russia from the G20.

“It depends on the G20. That was raised today, and I raised the possibility that, if that can’t be done – if Indonesia and others do not agree – then we should, in my view, ask to have both Ukraine be able to attend the meetings as well as … basically (having) Ukraine being able to attend the G20 meeting and observe.”

Back when Donald Trump was president at the beginning of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) plandemic when shelves started to empty out, Biden tweeted about how America did not have a food shortage at that time, but rather a “leadership problem.”

Does that also mean that we have a leadership problem now?

“Get ready for WW3, brought to you by the MIC (made in China) puppet masters,” commented someone at Zero Hedge about where all of this is headed.

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