Examining Climate Change’s Impact On Food | Morning Joe | MSNBC

Something else I’ve been talking about for a few years now is our inability to grow food anymore due to climate changes. 30% of Europe’s crops failed this past year; 100% of the champagne crops and 70% of the wine crops in France failed. Here in the United States we are looking at a total summer corn failure – 100% – this year and maybe 70% wheat loss and the inability to plant more winter corn and wheat because the fields are still under water and contaminated! The World Markets are now CLOSED to us because of the presidents tariff  combined with world economies only able to support their own people they are not exporting ‘Jack schitt’ so now we can’t even import the food that we lost!  GRAND SOLAR MINIMUM ANYONE???

Proper prior planning prevents piss-poor performance.. I’ve said this many times before – ARE YOU PREPARED YET? WELL IF NOT YOU’RE ALMOST OUT OF TIME! FOOD doesn’t come from the fuckin’ grocery store – it comes from farming and crops planted, harvested and then distributed to the grocery store DUMBASS!  TICK-TOCK!  😊😎😜

The BAD NEWS is these dumb-ass Talking Heads on TV think it’s a fuckin’ joke  – ha ha! The GOOD NEWS is at least MSM is actually talking about it in public and letting you know, finally now that it’s too late, that you are fuckin’ doomed already LOLROTF .. 👀💀😈👺😵

Ya better start growing sprouts or something right now – today – you’ll be hungry tomorrow.. Have you checked the price of a box of corn flakes or a loaf of bread lately, or even the fresh fruits and vegetable areas in your local supermarket look at that sorry-looking crap they’re trying to sell you for too much money..  that oughta give you a clue in case you’re Clueless at this late stage.. 

Published on Jul 4, 2019

Writer Amanda Little joins Morning Joe to discuss her new book ‘The Fate of Food: What We’ll Eat in a Bigger, Hotter, Smarter World.’

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