And how has Biden chosen to prioritize his response to this impending crisis? By sending $331 million to fight food shortages in Latin America and the Caribbean. The White House announced as much on June 9, around the same time that thousands of Kansas cattle were dying. According to John Boyd Jr., the National Black Farmers Association president, Biden needs to do better. “We continue to help other parts of the world, but we haven’t taken care of American farmers,” Boyd said. “We have to do better at taking care of America’s farmers and taking care of those American people first. “The Biden administration isn’t moving and acting swiftly enough to address the farm crisis,” he added. “You have the high cost of fuel, the high cost of fertilizer and lime and all of these upfront costs for America’s farmers, and we haven’t done anything … to fix that.” If the Biden administration fails to act soon, Boyd has one shocking prediction for what is to come next — “empty food shelves.” If only Biden and his cohorts cared less about “social justice” and more about the American people. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
In July, the heat killed thousands of American cattle. Experts are worried that this could lead to food shortages.Meanwhile, what is the Biden administration doing? Sending $331 million to fight food shortages… to Latin America and the Caribbean. — Michael Austin (@mikeswriting) July 27, 2022