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We were sitting at the neighborhood pool when I asked my friend if she’d heard of any local mothers struggling to find infant formula. “No,” she said, shaking her head in relief. “Not around here. But have you heard about the fires in the food factories?” The shortage of formula, which began with a recall of potentially dangerous products and spiraled out of control, is real. But a handful of small fires at some food processing facilities is simply fodder for an unfounded conspiracy theory pushed by far right politicians and pundits such as Tucker Carlson of Fox News. The theory spins a string of unconnected industrial accidents into purported evidence of a plot between Democrats and globalists to disrupt the U.S. food supply chain.How a real…
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