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In the United States called an unobvious sign of the early collapse of the American empire


The Statue of Liberty in New York, USA. File photoMOSCOW, May 16.A shortage of food in the United States is a harbinger of the imminent fall of the American empire, said Fox News host Tucker Carlson. He recalled that President Joe Biden during a press conference on March 24 warned of a shortage food products in the United States due to the tense situation in Eastern Europe. According to the journalist, the forecast of the head of the White House came true.

"The food shortage is a historic event. It overthrows the social order, destroys empires. <…> Now we are faced with a lack of provisions. <…> To date, at least 26 states are reporting that half of their retail stores are completely out of infant formula,” he said.

Texas, Tennessee, Missouri, Iowa and many other densely populated regions there is a shortage of mixtures for newborns. At the same time, the Biden administration is in no hurry to solve this significant problem for the country, Carlson concluded.Americans have nothing to feed their childrenAfter the start of a special military operation to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine, Western countries have stepped up sanctions pressure on Moscow. Restrictive measures mainly affected the banking sector and the sphere of high-tech products. Many companies have left Russia. At the same time, disruption in supply chains has led to economic problems in many countries. According to the US Department of Labor, fuel and food prices increased by 8.5 percent in annual terms by the end of March. Growth was the highest since December 1981. This also affected mortgage rates, which reached a twelve-year high in April. In addition, a recent CNN poll showed that Americans' assessment of the national economy has reached its lowest level in a decade. The study found that a majority (66 percent) of those polled believe Biden's policies are hurting the country's economy, and eight in 10 respondents called his administration's measures “insufficient” to combat rising inflation.

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