William Barr Ain’t Good For Much, But Maybe He Can Break Up Meat Monopolies

William Barr Ain’t Good For Much, But Maybe He Can Break Up Meat Monopolies

Just days ago, after chatting with executives at meatpacking companies, Donald Trump declared that his administration had "solved their problems”. "We unblocked some of the bottlenecks", he said, in a characteristically hapless effort to delve into the specifics of something he knows very little about. For weeks, the industry has struggled to convey the urgency of the situation after coronavirus outbreaks at multiple facilities forced closures, upending the country's meat supply chain, furth
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4 thoughts on “William Barr Ain’t Good For Much, But Maybe He Can Break Up Meat Monopolies

  1. Sadly this effort of command, control, taking credit and fixing blame will not right the Meat industry. There will be another crisis and one that is precipitated prior to November 3rd. In addition the farmers will be seeking long term solutions and they will not get one. Serving handily to Further erode his base. Your writing here is the antidote to lying buffoonery people cannot resist when others are sure of their convictions, are calm and are kind to every person. In the end his base will wake up to the fact of having been fed bat shit all along from a crazy man. It will be a painful reawakening for many.

    1. “In the end his base will wake up to the fact of having been fed bat shit all along from a crazy man”

      This should’ve happened by now. That it hasn’t doesn’t give me a lot of hope that it will.

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