The Meat Hack

Meat packaging plant (Adobe stock image)
The Meat Hack

Just three weeks after a run on gas along the East Coast because of the Colonial Pipeline cyber security hack, beef shortages could possibly be on the way. That is thanks to another cyber security breach of a Brazil-based meat producer called JBS, which is also the largest meat producer in the world. Meat production returned to normal Thursday after a two-day shutdown, but we’re left with questions surrounding the frequency of cyber attacks, who is subject to an attack, and what people may be stocking up on next. CBN News Senior International Correspondent George Thomas is on today’s Daily Rundown to give us the inside scoop.

Another top story this week is making the news, although it’s not a new story. A century ago on May 31st and June 1st, a white mob attacked a predominately African American community and destroyed their homes and businesses in Tulsa, Oklahoma, leaving hundreds dead or homeless. Now deemed the ‘Tulsa Race Massacre,’ the violent outbreak took place in one of the wealthiest districts in Tulsa. CBN News White House Correspondent Eric Philips brings this story to light on today’s rundown.

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