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COSTCO, Walmart & Grocery Stores Running out of Eggs

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From toilet paper and hand sanitizer to children’s medicine, computer chips, car parts, and now EGGS, it seems our slip into third-world status has been kicked into overdrive, as our nation splits at the seams.

Over the last year, the price of eggs has skyrocketed by over 300% in many areas of the country; now, retailers are saying they are having a hard time getting inventory and are warning that significant egg shortages are on the way.

While Democrats are claiming the shortages are due to a “pandemic” among chickens, saying that Avian flu has decimated the US egg-laying hen population at commercial farms, what they fail to mention is the fact that numerous democrats run states banned the sale of eggs from caged chickens, driving costs through the rood and causing widespread chaos throughout the industry.

Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, Michigan, Colorado, Nevada, Utah, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island have all committed to outlawing the sale of eggs from caged chickens.

California

California’s Proposition 12 was approved by voters in 2018, requiring all eggs sold in the state to be laid by hens living in cage-free conditions or better by 2022.

Colorado

Colorado passed House Bill 1343 in 2020, requiring all eggs sold in the state to be laid by hens living in cage-free conditions with 1 square foot of floor space or better by 2023. Colorado’s bill also requires all egg-laying hens in the state to be housed in the same standards or better by 2025.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts’ Question 3 was approved by voters in 2016, then went on to become Bill S.2470, requiring all eggs sold in the state to be laid by hens living in cage-free environments with 1 square foot of floor space or better by 2022.

Michigan

Michigan passed Senate Bill 174 in 2019, requiring all eggs produced and sold in the state to be laid by hens living in cage-free conditions or better by the end of 2024.

Nevada

Nevada signed Assembly Bill 399 into law in 2021, requiring all eggs produced and sold in the state to be laid by hens living in cage-free environments or better by the end of 2024. Nevada’s hens are also guaranteed enrichments like perches, nests, and dust-bathing areas under AB399.

Oregon

Oregon’s Senate Bill 1019 was passed and signed into law in 2019, requiring all eggs produced and sold in the state to be laid by hens living in cage-free conditions or better by 2024.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island passed House Bill 7456 in 2018 requiring all egg-laying hens in the state to be housed in cage-free environments or better by 2026.

Utah

Utah’s governor signed Senate Bill 147 into law in 2021, requiring all egg-laying hens in the state to be housed in cage-free environments with 1 square foot of floor space or better by 2025.

Washington

Washington’s House Bill 2049 was signed into law in 2019, requiring all eggs sold in the state to come from cage-free (or better) laying hens by 2023.

The real reason for the egg shortage is NOT avian flu.

Egg producers are warning that not only have WOKE liberal policies devastated the industry, but some free-range farmers are claiming they are under attack by the grocery industry itself.

Get Ready for more shortages and chaos!

Make sure you start stocking up on the essentials – and that does not mean toilet paper!

The first thing you need to do, is make sure you have your essentials covered. The essentials include water, shelter, food, sanitation, medications, and personal security. 

Take the lessons that you have hopefully learned over the last three years, and start planning for things to get worse, far worse! None of this was ever about a magic virus or pandemic, it was about killing your spirit, killing the American Dream, and enacting total control on the populous!

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