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Port of Long Beach Closes, Taiwan Invasion Imminent?

This is a breaking news alert.

You probably haven’t seen this covered much on the MSM, because they don’t want you to know about it.

They also LOVE to bury this stuff on the weekend when they think no one is watching.

But this is very serious.

They’re claiming it’s due to a “work dispute” but I’m not buying it.

Cover story for something much bigger?

Let’s take a look…

40% of all USA Supply Chain goes through these ports.

Are we about to experience 2020 all over again?

Remember those supply chain shortages?

Looks like they didn’t get the kill job done the first time around so they’re going back in for the final shot.

Just my opinion.

Not a single person or forklift working anywhere, according to reports describing the scene as “eerie”:


Emergency embargo being covered up?

You do know it was an Embargo that kicked off WWII, right?

The start of the Taiwan invasion?

My friend Chris Green says yes:

The NY Post is blaming it on a shortage of workers:

A shortage of West Coast port workers has forced the busiest US ocean trade gateway to shut on Friday, after months of strained labor negotiations between the dock workers union and their employers.

Workers at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach on Thursday began withholding labor, which was needed to load and unload cargo, as part of a coordinated action by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU), according to the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA), which represents employers.

“The action by the union has effectively shut down the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach,” the PMA said in a statement.

Operators at the Port of Long Beach decided to temporarily close four of the seaport’s six terminals when workers failed to show up on Friday morning, port spokesman Lee Peterson said, adding that regular operations at the seaport were expected to resume on Saturday.

Port of Los Angeles officials were communicating with the ILWU and PMA, along with federal, state and local officials, to “support a return to normal operations,” said the group, which is managed by a unit of the City of Los Angeles.

A representative of the ILWU Local 13, which represents workers at both the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports, declined to comment.

Union workers at the ports have been on the job without an employment contract since the previous agreement expired on July 1, 2022, and the labor dispute has forced major retailers to shift cargo to East and Gulf Coast ports to avoid disruptions.

You buying that?

Complete shut down:

Meanwhile, at the exact same time, The Gateway Pundit reports that China has sent 71 fighter jets across the Taiwan Straight!

China is reportedly responding to Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen’s meeting with US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy in California a few days ago.

It is being reported that China is responding to Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen’s meeting with US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy in California this past week by starting military drills around Taiwan.

Zerohedge reports:


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