Not long ago hackers attacked an east coast pipeline causing a short term oil shortage causing pumps to go dry all over the southeastern portion of the United States.
As America tries to emerge from the pandemic (held down by Biden’s horrible economic policy) now the countries food supply is being targeted. JBS SA the world’s largest meat supplier is the victim of another cybersecurity attack crippling suppliers in the US.
The cyberattack has halted processing at one of Canada’s largest meatpacking plants and a union Facebook post reported that kill and fabrication shifts have been canceled in the United States.
Hackers are clearly going after the USA’s commodities industry which is going to cause food prices to skyrocket across the west.
A statement from JBS USA reported that their backup servers were not affected by the cyberattack and that things will be online shortly, thankfully their security appears to be better than Colonial Pipeline’s.
“If it’s a short term scenario, just a week or something that they’re offline, then it’s probably just a minimal hiccup,” said Dalgleish. But “given the size of JBS globally, if they were offline for any more than a week, then we’re going to see disruption to supply chains for sure,” he said.
The USA represents about 50% of JBS revenue and the pause very well could cause a skyrocket in meat prices.
It has not been reported which hacking group went after JBS however, Biden said he’s going to give Putin a good stern talking to when they meet in June after the Colonial Pipeline hack (sarcasm).
“I’ll be meeting with President Putin in a couple of weeks in Geneva, making it clear that we will not — we will not stand by and let him abuse those rights,” Biden said in remarks honoring Memorial Day.
Last time someone from the Biden administration tried to address human rights violations they got their butt handed to them.
Our oil has been attacked, now our food supply has been targeted and our president is asleep in the basement.