White Hats on Tuesday arrested the criminal Biden regime’s secretary of agriculture, Thomas J. Vilsack, after connecting him to the calculated destruction of a dozen agricultural processing facilities across the United States, JAG sources told Real Raw News.
Back on March 24, marionette Joseph R. Biden made a shocking statement on national news. Muttered he, “With regard to food shortage, yes we did talk about food shortages, and it’s gonna be real,” in response to concerns about empty grocery store shelves and rising inflation. He pinned the blame on the usual suspect, Vladimir Putin, but also may have inadvertently telegraphed his administration’s goals of bankrupting and starving the American populace.
Within hours of Biden’s clairvoyant proclamation, a series of inexplicable ‘accidents’ began plaguing food processing plants throughout the country.
On March 24, a potato factory in Belfast, Maine, burned to the ground. Although officials said the fire was started by a large fryolator machine, line workers at Penobscot McCrum said the enormous vat fryers were disabled for routine maintenance when the blaze began.
On March 25, a mysterious fire razed the Maricopa Food Pantry in Maricopa County, Arizona, taking with it 50,000 pounds of staples. As of this writing, the Maricopa County Fire Department has yet to determine what caused the fire.
On March 31, a massive structural fire consumed the largest fresh onion packing facility in South Texas. A family-run business, Rio Fresh Inc. supplied fresh produce to grocery stores like Kroger’s, Aldi, Tom Thumb, and H-E-B. The conflagration put 300 people out of work and destroyed an estimated 100 truckloads of onions.
On April 12, a raging inferno engulfed the East Conway Beef & Pork plant in New Hampshire. According to owner Darrell Robinson, the fire, which is still under investigation, “destroyed tens of thousands of pounds of beef and pork and killed livestock.”
The above examples are emblematic of an issue that transcends mere conspiracy theory; the callous, gradual annihilation of America’s food chain. Since March 24, astute observers have catalogued 15 such incidents, none of which were covered by the MSM.
The U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps took interest in the bizarre fires only after being contacted by an FBI whistleblower on April 21, the same day a light commuter plane, a Cessna A340, nosedived into a General Mills plant in Covington, Georgia, killing the alleged occupants, a student-pilot and his CFI. Although the National Transportation Safety Board said the owner of the plane was doing flight training when the plane took a nosedive, the whistleblower claimed the FBI, not the NTSB, authored the accident report after usurping investigative authority from the NTSB’s regional go-team. This transfer of power should occur only if the NTSB suspects a crime and requests FBI aid. But in this case, the NTSB did not suspect a crime, did not request FBI help, and was shut out of the investigation within an hour of the crash. Typically, a thorough accident report takes weeks or months to compile, but the FBI had the answers at its fingertips in mere hours.
Furthermore, the whistleblower claimed that the FBI had “speciously falsified” the accident report, and in doing so removed a crucial “Smoking Gun” fact that shreds to pieces the official account. The plane had no occupants. It was remote controlled.
Additionally, the informant said he knew who had orchestrated the crash, as well as the previously mentioned food factory fires. He named Secretary of Agriculture Thomas J. Vilsack and had paperwork to support his claim.
“We’re hesitant to believe anything coming out of the FBI, even from a so-called whistleblower. White Hats don’t trust the Justice Department; they’re Deep State. They are masters of deception and disinformation. So, our investigators independently verify everything, and I mean everything. I can’t discuss specifics on the plane, but we confirmed it was pilotless when it hit the General Mills facility. This gave us reason to authenticate some of Vilsack’s email correspondence given to us by the informant,” a JAG source told Real Raw News.
An email sent from Vilsack to Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, dated 13 April 2022, read, “Small, isolated events won’t get coverage but will have an immense impact on inflation. People shouldn’t bitch about paying higher prices, they have too much food as is. A little combustion isn’t a bad thing.” Two days later, Vilsack sent her a second email: “How does the saying go? When he says jump, we ask, ‘how high.’ Aviation accidents happen all the time, doesn’t have to be 767s or 757s.” A third email, written on 16 April, said, “The best way to conceal a crime is to hide it amid other seemingly unrelated crimes.”
JAG’s associates at U.S. Army Cyber Command, Fort Gordon, confirmed the emails had been sent from Vilsack’s government email account.
“Under authority of the Insurrection Act of 1807, it was felt this was enough evidence to pick him up on charges of treason. JAG drafted a military arrest warrant in his name.”
Vilsack, the former Governor of Iowa and, prior to that, the longest serving member of Hussein Obama’s original cabinet, was on April 26 taken into custody by JAG investigators at his home in Mount Pleasant, Iowa.
“He will be processed and made to answer before a military tribunal,” our source said.