In Case Food Isn't Expensive Enough, Biden Wants to Redistribute USDA Funds

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News Story Source: Organic Prepper – Robert Wheeler
Following the Biden administration's recent climate-related executive orders, the same administration is now looking at taking climate action a step further. The recent orders include a pause on new oil and gas leases on federal property, "alignment of financial flows with the objectives of the Paris Agreement," and setting a new target for reducing U.S. "Greenhouse Gas" emissions by 2030. 

Read the entire Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad.

But you won't believe where that money is coming from.

Biden is setting his sights on American agricultural policy

According to new reports, the White House is looking to take advantage of a new funding source from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC).

During his Senate confirmation hearing, Tom Vilsack said the CCC funds "could be used to create a market to trade carbon or help farmers adopt sustainable agricult
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