Here’s Kentucky Rep. Massie’s Dire Warning About Food Supply Shortage

Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., told the “Todd Starnes Radio Show” today that the U.S. may be witnessing a slow-motion agricultural train crash that may result in a meat supply shortage while farmers euthanize their livestock.

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Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie warned that the United States could face food shortages due to the “brittle” supply chain, bankrupting farmers and forcing them to euthanize livestock.

“We are weeks, not months, away from farmers euthanizing animals that would have been sold for meat/food. Also, fruits and vegetables are going to rot in the fields. A drastic change in policy this week could ameliorate this inevitability,” he tweeted Monday.

Massie shared an interview he did with a local radio show host for the tri-state area of Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky, during which he spoke about how the U.S. could see farmers going bankrupt and euthanizing cattle and hogs because meat processing plants have shuttered during the coronavirus pandemic. More

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