(Big League Politics) – The shares of a fake meat company beloved by global elites crashed a dramatic 19% on Wednesday, reeling from pitiful quarterly earnings reports and enduring resistance on the part of the public to replacing meat from western diets with bioengineered slop.
Beyond Meat lost nearly a dollar per share on Wednesday, reporting a third-quarter net loss of $55 million. The company’s executives have consistently maintained that the western public is ready to replace real meat with its synthetic bioengineered plant-based products, which many nutritionists and medical experts question as potentially dangerous.
Executives also admitted they expect a bevvy of marketing problems beleaguering the company to continue, scaring off shareholders and potential investors further.
Globalist organizations such as the World Economic Forum have sought to promote fake meat products for purposes they claim are related to climate change. The world’s wealthiest and most powerful individuals have routinely listened to speeches promoting fake meat at the Davos globalist conference, after flying into Switzerland aboard carbon-emitting private aircraft.
Corrupt oligarch Bill Gates is a major investor in Beyond Meat, aligning with statements on the part of the megabillionaire attacking meat in western diets he’s made for years. Mr. Gates has demanded that the western world replace real meat with the slop, establishing himself as the single largest owner of farmland in the United States. Gates’ domination of arable land he intends to prevent cattle grazing on could significantly raise the prices of meat, establishing the staple food as a luxury reserved only for the wealthy elite of society such as himself.
Plant-based replacements were intended as a plan B to global elites’ preference to meat alternatives, with mainsteam media promoting the products after the public roundly rejected the notion of eating insects. With Beyond Meat failing, the corporate media may resort to promoting a locust and mealworm-based diet once again.