Friday, October 20, 2023

Tyson Foods teams up with the World Economic Forum to open an “insect” processing plant


In case you’re wondering, corporate America has gone so far to the dark side that they might never find their way back. Just like science, medicine, education, and the military, US corporations have gone woke, eagerly carrying the torch for progressive globalists determined to turn the world into a dystopian, bug-infested nightmare for the average person. Meanwhile, the global elites will continue to jet around on private planes, savor the finest cuts of red meat, and sip champagne through plastic straws. Clearly, the rules only apply to us lowly commoners.

One such turncoat corporation is Tyson Foods—a company many of us likely support on a weekly, if not daily, basis. Tyson is based in the very red Springdale, Arkansas. Tyson Foods is a key player in the food industry and the world’s second-largest processor and marketer of chicken, beef, and pork. Soon, they aim to be the world’s leading producer of insect-based food—whether you like it or not. In a move ripped straight from the pages of a dystopian horror novel, Tyson Foods is now partnering with ghoul Klaus Schwab and his World Economic Forum cronies to establish an “insect processing plant,” likely coming to a city near you…