Trump sees a loaf of bread costing $25.00
Donald Trump was interviewed on Newsmax.tv recently and he made some very piercing observations about what is going on in the U.S. Now, not everyone likes Trump, but you have to admit he’s a great businessnessman.
As you read the 11 points he made in the interview, you’ll understand why the U.S. is in trouble:
- “If oil prices are allowed to inflate and keep inflating, if the dollar keeps going down in value, I think there’s a very distinct possibility that things could get worse.”
- “You’re going to pay $25 for a loaf of bread pretty soon. Look at what’s happening with our food prices. They’re going through the roof. We could end up being another Egypt. You could have riots in our streets also.”
- “I think gold will go up as long as people don’t have confidence in our country.”
- “The banks have really let us down. They did some bad things and caused some bad problems. If you have something that you want to buy, like a house, they’re generally not there for you.”
- “I see $3.50 for a gallon of gas for cars, and I see cars are lined up trying to get it at $3.50. It’s a shame, a ridiculous shame.”
- “I think the biggest threat is that our jobs are being stolen by other countries. We’re not going to have any jobs here pretty soon.”
- “We’re like a whipping post for other countries. We’re standing there and just being beaten by South Korea, by Mexico, by China, by India.”
- “All of our jobs are going to China. We’re rebuilding China and other places.”
- “We are a laughingstock throughout the world.”
- “The federal government has no money.”
- “I hate what is happening to this country.”
I hate what’s happening to this country too. My biggest fear is hyperinflation. My biggest fear is going to the grocery store and not being able to afford to buy food for my family. However, if Federal Reserve continues its current course of U.S. Dollar devaluation, we will be paying more than $25 for a loaf of bread.
Now you understand that there will come a day when most people won’t be able to afford to buy food. It’s not a question of if, but a question of when. It’s just a matter of time.
You can secure your family’s future today by locking in the price of your food.
Buy an emergency food supply today.