American farmers are struggling to continue producing the necessary food for the country, plagued by rising costs of fuel, fertilizer and much more.
Rather than helping these farmers, President Biden has ignored them and his administration has been extremely slow to act.
Now it appears Joe Biden has agreed to send $1.2 billion to fight famine in Africa, but American farmers are warning the country is headed for a food crisis of its own.
John Boyd Jr., President of the National Black Farmers Association is sounding the alarm about this administration – saying they’re not talking enough about what’s going on with American farmers. He warns that we can expect to see empty shelves in the coming months if nothing changes.
Boyd Jr. even said that President Biden agreed to meet with him to discuss these issues last year – but the president never showed and still has yet to do so.
He adds that the Biden administration needs to do a much better job of taking care of our farmers here at home first, before sending billions to foreign nations.
The way to prevent this coming food crisis is to put things in place that offer assistance to the nation’s struggling farmers right now.
Boyd Jr. says that if Biden doesn’t act on this crisis, we’re going to “be on the losing end” and the backlash come midterms for the Democrats will be severe.
To see how close America is to suffering a dangerous food crisis, watch the video.