It’s not just Glenn warning you about inflation and rising food costs. Now, even President Biden is sounding the alarm about ‘significant food shortages’ too. In this clip, Glenn suggests ONE simple way you can not only prepare for possible skyrocketing food costs, but how you can SAVE money too: ‘It will BOGGLE your mind how much you’re saving.’
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GLENN: Hello, America. If you happen to live in West Virginia. You care about ESG. I would love for you, to call the governor of West Virginia. West Virginia has passed S262. The bill prohibits financial institutions from doing any business with the state of West Virginia. If they are engaged in boycotts of energy companies. This is huge. I don't know if you saw Larry Fink, in this most arrogant letter to his shareholders. And his people. And really, it's to the world. He released it yesterday. He thinks he's the world leader. Nobody elected him. But he is probably the most powerful man on the planet. And he knows it. Yesterday, he talked about how, what we've done in Ukraine. All of our companies. It's going to change the world. And this is the future. Listen to this. Quote, these actions take a break by the private sector demonstrate the power of capital markets. How the markets can provide capital to those who exclusively work within the system. And how quickly those markets can deny it, to those who operate outside of it. If you don't think, that this is The Great Reset. And they're going to tell you exactly what to do, you are out of your mind. They're clearly telling you this. And it's not about Russia. It's about everything. And I have more on that, coming up later. But back to West Virginia. The Senate, the House, they have passed it. Now it is going for the governor's signature. He has said, that he is going to sign it. He's the West Virginia governor, Jim Justice. And would you do me a favor, and would you call Governor Jim justice, and thank him for doing the right thing for him and the people of West Virginia. If you're in West Virginia, your governor needs to hear a big thank you for signing this bill, as early as maybe today or over the weekend. He is expected to sign it, before the deadline of March 30th. And it is critical, in West Virginia, that the governor hears, thank you for doing the right thing. And signing this anti-ESG law. Critical, West Virginia, please, make that call. As I said, you know, there's a -- there's a statement, a letter, that was like written by one of the leaders of the great reset. And it is -- and it is truly terrifying. I will send it out. Tweet it out. And post it, at GlennBeck.com.
But it tells you exactly where the world is headed. And it is headed for The Great Reset. And if you think that this will not affect you, it will. Remember, the idea is, we got to get everybody healthy. We got to save the planet. We have to be social justice warriors. If you step out of line -- let me give you this. If -- if everybody is in it for health. Because we all owe health responsibilities to one another, and the way to do that, is to just make your life miserable, until you get healthy. Do you think your digitized, programmable, personal fed coin, do you think it's going to allow people like me to buy ice cream, when I'm at the store? I might have a limit. Because it's programmable to me. And if they have all of my metadata, they know everything about me. They know that I could lose a few LBs, fatty. Do you really think that it's in the community's best interest, that we eat like we eat. When I go in and buy things, you don't think that they're going to limit? Of course they will. Of course they will. And this is all going to be done in the name of inflation. That's going to be the latest real trouble. And -- and not just inflation. Did you hear what President Biden -- what President Biden said yesterday? I'm sure we have this. Yes. Cut three. Listen to this from President Biden yesterday.
BIDEN: With regard to food shortages. Yes, we did -- let's not talk about food shortages. And it's going to be real. The price of these sanctions is not just imposed upon Russia, it's imposed upon an awful lot of countries as well, including European countries. And our country as well.
GLENN: Did you hear that? Significant food shortages, not just on Ukraine or Russia. But on the rest of the world, including America. If I may, please, please, when you're at a store, buy two of anything you can buy two of. I'm not asking you to hoard. That is going to become very unpopular. And I don't want you to panic. I just want you to go out, and if something is on sale, or you're buying macaroni and cheese and you need one box, buy two. And every time you go shopping, buy two of whatever it is that you need. Instead of one. Just start with that. Buy two. And only use one. Everything -- forget about food shortages. Which are come. Inflation is going to be outrageous, by -- by this time next year, I -- I have no idea. Food shortages and inflation, I guarantee you, just by not panicking. Just by buying two, every time you go shopping, and only using one, by this time next year, you will have made more money in just what you're saving, because you can dip into your food shortage -- you will make more money just on that food, that you have, and the food that you are now -- the money you're saving by not buying that food at the high price. It will boggle your mind, how much you're saving. You won't be able to make that much money on anything else that you could buy. It is something that you really, truly need to consider. I want to give you something else. There is a good friend of mine, who knows this kind of stuff. He -- he wrote last night. Let me see if I can find it here. He wrote a list of what everybody should be looking into. Gosh, where is it? But he is talking about wheat. Even water is going up. If you want to store water. But wheat, pasta, olive oil, I'll give you the full list later on in the program. But that's important to do. And, of course, if you're going to -- I mean, if you're going to buy a new car, I mean, look at, Stu. How long have you -- how long is it? You just passed your seven-month anniversary.
STU: Seven-month anniversary of my new car, very exciting. It's in that wonderful state of waiting to be plucked from the dealership. Which at some point, I think would theoretically --
GLENN: Yeah. But you wouldn't even know what it would cost. So you might not even buy it. Because you don't know what it would even cost you.
STU: My understanding is the way the rules work, among this dealership. Is the parent condition gets to tell them, they can't sell new cars for exorbitant prices.
GLENN: Oh, that would be gouging.
STU: Now, what the dealerships have discovered is -- let's just say a new car comes in. One in high demand. What they can do is sell it to a close friend or confidant. Who can then sell it back to them, as a used car, which they can then charge.
GLENN: Are they actually doing that?
STU: Oh, it's happening all over the country. A car comes in, it costs, I don't know, $50,000. You sell it. You sell it to the person for $50,000. MSRP. They sell it back to you. For a slight markup. Let's say 52,000. Then you put it on your lot for 70,000 as a used car because no one can get cars.
GLENN: Unbelievable. Unbelievable.
STU: So they're massively in demand. All these features can't come. Some of them -- now they're starting to deliver some cars. But without features. Without things that you --
GLENN: And all you have to do is put the chips in. I think it's Ford is doing this with trucks. That there are trucks that are loaded with all the features, they're missing the chips. So the truck runs, just a lot of the stuff --
STU: Yeah. You have a wireless charger for your phone, for example. And, again, can you drive a car without a wireless charger? Certainly. However, when you buy a new car, you order it a certain way, you want it to come in that way.
GLENN: Yeah. Good luck.
STU: And a lot of the reason why people upgrade their cars is not necessarily because the car has issues with it running better. They want to get the new technology. They want to make their lives a little bit easier.
GLENN: Yeah. That's about to change, everybody. But just --
STU: Yeah. I know. It does -- and --
GLENN: We're at the best of this. Remember when people said, Americans will just have to learn to do with less.
They're going to have to -- I guarantee you, a year from now, we'll look back at this time of the covid period, and go, those are good times. We will.
STU: Yeah. And I will say, the car that I ordered, would actually put me into negative territory on my ESG score. They will actually think I'm running a power plant, at my home. A coal power plant is running in my backyard. So my ESG score will suck.
GLENN: Oh, yeah.
STU: But did you see the story, this is from a couple years ago, but the credit card that will not -- you buy a certain amount of things over the year. And you cross your carbon footprint limit. It will not let you buy anything anymore.
GLENN: Oh, that's crazy. What? That's a financial instrument, that's cutting you off. What. That will never happen.
STU: Now, in theory, with this car, they're like, oh, it's for environmentalists who want it. But guess what, the technology already exists and has existed for multiple years.
GLENN: Yes. Yes.
By the way, yeast, flour, all-purpose flour, rice, beans, sugar, olive oil, pasta, oatmeal. Okay? Just a quick list of things you're really going to want to do. By the way, you can get them on Amazon right now, and not be called a freak. A Faraday bag for your phone. Don't want your phone tracked? Put it in a Faraday bag. You you can find them on Amazon. Now, if Stu's ESG footprint is going to be bad. I spent the day yesterday with a group of people, that truly have the worst carbon footprint of anyone I know.